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IoT based Electronic Irrigation and Soil Fertility Managing System


Mohammed Ateeq Alanezi


Vol. 23  No. 4  pp. 146-150


In areas where water is scarce, water management is critical. This has an impact on agriculture, as a significant amount of water is used for that purpose. Electronic measurement equipment are essential for regulating and storing soil data. As a result, research has been conducted to manage water usage in the irrigation process. Many equipment for managing soil fertility systems are extremely expensive, making this type of system unaffordable for small farmers. These soil fertility control systems are simple to implement because to recent improvements in IoT technology. The goal of this project is to develop a new methodology for smart irrigation systems. The parameters required to maintain water amount and quality, soil properties, and weather conditions are determined by this IoT-based Smart irrigation System. The system also assists in sending warning signals to the consumer when an error occurs in determining the percentage of moisture in the soil specified for the crop, as well as an alert message when the fertility of the soil changes, since many workers, particularly in big projects, find it extremely difficult to check the soil on a daily basis and operate agricultural devices such as sprinkler and soil fertilizing devices.


Smart Irrigation, Soil Fertility Management, Internet of Things (IoT), Irrigation, water resources,