A wireless application of drip irrigation automation supported by soil moisture sensors

  title={A wireless application of drip irrigation automation supported by soil moisture sensors},
  author={Mahir Dursun and Semih {\"O}zden},
  journal={Scientific Research and Essays},
  • M. Dursun, S. Özden
  • Published 4 April 2011
  • Environmental Science
  • Scientific Research and Essays
Irrigation by help of freshwater resources in agricultural areas has a crucial importance. Because of highly increasing demand for freshwater, optimal usage of water resources has been provided with greater extent by automation technology and its apparatus such as solar power, drip irrigation, sensors and remote control. Traditional instrumentation based on discrete and wired solutions, presents many difficulties on measuring and control systems especially over the large geographical areas… 
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