Nodemcu Integrated Irrigation System

Yatindra Gaurav*, Sauhard Nigam**, Mithilesh Kumar Verma***, Rajesh Chauhan****, Prashant Kumar Maurya*****, Shantanu Bhaskar******
*-****** Department of Electronics Engineering, Institute of Engineering and Rural Technology, Prayagraj, Uttar Pradesh, India.
Periodicity:January - June'2022

Abstract

Agriculture is one of India's most important and fastest-growing industries. About 70% of people living in rural areas make their living from agriculture. One of the most important things to do is to implement the latest innovations. Irrigation is difficult in dry places or when there is insufficient rainfall. So, it has to be controlled by the machine to get the right crop, and it has to be done from afar to keep the farmer safe. This will accelerate the transition from traditional to modern farming. The rising cost of energy and the depletion of water resources indicate that water management needs to be improved. The aim of the paper is to use water more efficiently, which is one of the most important and used natural resources. In irrigated agricultural systems, the rational use of water resources is very important to save money. Drip irrigation systems are another economical way to manage water. These systems have automatic control to turn the control values on and off, which helps farmers manage the water supply to the fields and keep the soil moist, resulting in increased yields. Thus, this project gives farmers the best way to water their crops at an affordable cost. This increases their productivity and facilitates the care of crops.

Keywords

Soil Moisture Sensor, Node MCU, Smart Agriculture, Wetness, Temperature Sensor, Internet of Things, GSM.

How to Cite this Article?

Gaurav, Y., Nigam, S., Verma, M. K., Chauhan, R., Maurya, P. K., and Bhaskar, S. (2022). Nodemcu Integrated Irrigation System. i-manager’s Journal on Embedded Systems, 10(2), 27-32.

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