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The Arduino IDE software is used to programme the automated plant watering system.
The Arduino microcontroller checks the soil moisture level and, if it is low, turns on a water pump until the sensor reaches the threshold.
Having followed that, the system will check the soil moisture at regular intervals to see whether you need extra water.
The Global automatic plant watering system market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Automated plant Watering system. Watering is both the most significant cultural practices and the most time-consuming task.
You want to be able to adjust the amount of water that reaches your plants regardless of the weather, whether it’s too hot and dry or too overcast and damp.
Modern irrigation systems could be used to properly water plants when they are in need. However, this manual watering technique necessitates two critical considerations: when and how much to water.
We developed an autonomous plant watering system to replace manual chores and make gardening easier.
By installing an automatic plant watering system in your garden or agricultural field, you will be assisting all of your plants in reaching their full potential while also conserving water.
Every plant in our yard can have a customised irrigation system that we can create using drip emitters, sprinklers, or a combination of the two.
We have employed a sprinkler system, pipes, and nozzles combination to construct an automatic plant watering system. The ATmega328 microcontroller is used in this.
It is designed to detect the moisture content of the plants at a specific moment. If the moisture content is below a threshold that has been set in advance based on the specific plant’s water requirements, the desired amount of water will be delivered until the threshold is reached.
In most cases, plants require watering twice a day, in the morning and in the evening. In order to water plants twice a day, the microcontroller is programmed to do so.
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