Precision farming in vegetable crops: A review
Kumar Vipin, Singh Sudhanshu*, Singh Bijendra
College of Horticulture, Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel University of Agriculture & and Technology, Meerut, (UP)
*Corresponding Author E-mail- firstname.lastname@example.org
Online published on 8 June, 2022.
Smart farming concepts like precision agriculture can be aptly deployed to achieve this goal. Precision farming is an integrated crop management system which uses remote sensing (RS), GPS, and geographical information system (GIS) to monitor the crop field at ground level. The disparities in crop or soil properties within a field are recorded and mapped. Then management decisions are taken as a result of continuous assessment of the spatial variability within that field. In the Indian agricultural scenario, it can be described as the precise utilization of agricultural inputs depending upon the crop, soil, and weather requirement to optimize the use of fertilizers, pesticide, and irrigation requirements for maximum productivity.
Precision Farming, Vegetable, Robot, GPS, GIS, VRT.