Smart Irrigation Technique


  • Prof. Shishira Kanta Behera, Prof. G. M. Gulathi, Er. Kishore Chandra Senapati


Lower availability of water resources can limit the production of additional food. As irrigated agricultural production is the highly demanding water market, intense pressure to ensure food production and improved water quality has been exerted in the irrigated sector. The study was designed to quantify the losses in percolation and to develop water efficiency of the use of banana trees using Time Domain Reflector (TDR) technology with Micatin irrigation systems. The sample consisted of three systems: 1 micro-sprinkler for 4 plants, with 32 L h?1; ii) 4 plants with 60 L h?1 micro-sprinkler and 2 plants with 60 L h?1 micro-sprinkler. The most successful water replacement systems with the lowest variance in the water depth invaded by the pseudo-spring. The micro-sprinkler irrigation system efficiency was 85%, respectively 80 and 90 per cent, using the micro sprinkler I (ii) and (iii) methods. The smart irrigation system for adaptive plants and cultures has been built by our Team. All crops are intended to have sufficient water for their healthy growth to reduce irrigation water consumption and to minimize the economic costs for consumers to plan for water supplies to crops. To reduce irrigation costs. This structure will include in real time information on the viscosity of the plant as its input argument, incorporate it with other parameters including water costs and crop precipitation, and regularly implement the planned linear calculating model with the most efficient amount of water available for crops.




How to Cite

Prof. Shishira Kanta Behera, Prof. G. M. Gulathi, Er. Kishore Chandra Senapati. (2020). Smart Irrigation Technique. International Journal of Modern Agriculture, 9(3), 610 - 616. Retrieved from