Crop Yield Prediction using IoT
Internet of Things (IoT) devices are used to communication between different things is effective. The application of IoT in agriculture industry plays a key role to make functionalities easy. Using the concept of IoT and Wireless Sensor Network (WSN), smart farming system has been developed in many areas of the world. Atmosphere, crop hereditary qualities, crop management (intensity as well as management skill level) and the substance and physical properties of soils have significant effects on crop yield soil conditions, especially change stunningly from farm to residence and field to field and conditions can contrast even inside an individual field.
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