Soil Moisture Sensor Design for Crop Management System by Using Cellular Communication | Abstract

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Soil Moisture Sensor Design for Crop Management System by Using Cellular Communication

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Irrigation is defined as the human management of the hydrologic cycle to get better crop production and quality and to reduce commercial work of drought. Irrigation is the reproduction application of water to plants for their growth and development. Irrigation water is supplied to add the water available from rainfall and the influence of soil moisture from ground water. Irrigation water comes from adjacent rivers or groundwater or storage ponds exactly calculated to gather High River flows during winter. Pipes, gutters and wells dug into the ground to allow water to be taken from its source to the farmhouses, vineyards and plantations where it is to be used. Today a distinct range of ever-evolving technologies exist to resourcefully apply irrigation water to crops. The water that is needed can be used depends on the kind of crop, the soil in which the crop is being developed and the amount of rainfall in that area. Precipitation is the noticeable and wellspring of water for watering system. It is not accessible entire the year. The downpour water will be put away in tank or in sub-surface and rainwater assumes a conspicuous part and is utilized as assets of watering system water without boundless period.

B.Vamsi Krishna , K.Priyanka

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