A Novel Methodology For Smart Soil Management And Health Assessment System To Support The Contemporary Cultivation Using Ai On Mobile App Environment

  • Priyadharsini. K, Dinesh Kumar J.R, Prabhu. E, Sriragupathy Ram A, Sridhanush.B

Abstract

The receding rate of agricultural workers is due to improper irrigation system, imbalance in NPK proportion in the soil, presence of toxic gases in the air, etcetera. Hence a system needs to enhance the level of farm mechanization in the country. This can be achieved by implanting smart cultivation. By enouncing smart cultivation we perpetrated automatic irrigation system, suggested the suitable organic fertilizers based on the soil type, detected the presence of noxious gases and persistently monitored temperature and humidity to find any catastrophic changes in the ambience. Further land records are maintained for future production. We designed a mobile application that helps the farmers with suggestion of fertilizers, indication of factors that affect the crop growth, attaining relief funds from the government and wild animal intrusion alert. This application gets the input from the device connected to the cloud from the agricultural field, hence it is easy to maintain the record of soil health and assessment of soil parameter as E certificate based on the E health certificate farmer can prefer the different crop for yield improvement along with qualitative and quantitative as a result the income to individual farmers can be enhanced since the data are uploaded to the IoT servers and easy identifying of the location where the productivity is high and healthier.  Along with this we can propose the level of manure to be added to for the betterment of yield and improving the crop health

Published
2020-05-19
How to Cite
Priyadharsini. K, Dinesh Kumar J.R, Prabhu. E, Sriragupathy Ram A, Sridhanush.B. (2020). A Novel Methodology For Smart Soil Management And Health Assessment System To Support The Contemporary Cultivation Using Ai On Mobile App Environment. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(7s), 2620 - 2630. Retrieved from https://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJAST/article/view/16739