IOT based Smart Aquaponics Plant Monitoring System
Ragini Sharma, Aditya Khandare, Inthiyaz Khan, Chandani Mourya
Crops, IoT, Sensor, Aquaponics, Reading.
A vast fraction of the population of India considers agriculture as their primary occupation. Producing the maximum amount of crops is an important thing in our country. For crop growth, it is essential to measure the level of nutrients present in the soil mixture. The proposed system of IoT-enabled soil testing is based on measuring and observing soil parameters. This system lessens the chances of soil degradation and helps to maintain crop’s health. Different sensors such as pH and soil moisture are used in this system for monitoring temperature, humidity, soil moisture, and soil pH along with color sensors for NPK nutrients of the soil mix. The data sensed by these sensors is stored in the cloud and analyzed based on which suggestions for the growth of the suitable crop are made. A digital system is also created which gives information about the fertilizer(s) required for their crops. The purpose of this project is to make a steadfast system through creating an aquaponics system using the concept of internet of things.By creating an automated aquaponic system with the use of interface sensors with the Arduino, we can monitor the fish feed intervals, supply of water to plants at periodic intervals.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 2

Page(s): 199 - 204
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