Acclimatization of the Growth of Brassica Juncea to Temperature Stress: Future of IoT Technology in Sustainable AgricultureJournal: International Journal of Advances in Agricultural Science and Technology (IJAAST) (Vol.9, No. 4)
Publication Date: 2022-04-30
Authors : Immanuel Zion Ramdinthara; T. Siva Kumar; P. Shanthi Bala; A.S. Gowri;
Page : 71-80
Keywords : Agriculture; Brassica Juncea; IoT; Temperature Stress;
Agriculture and global warming are correlated with each other, particularly, it may affect nutrient cycles, microbial activities, and physiological activities of the crops. Agricultural development plays a crucial role in the growth of the economy of developing countries. The agriculture sector is a major source of employment in most of the developing countries. Over the year, there were changes and productivity loss due to the abiotic stresses and imbalance of nutrients of the plants. A continuous increase in temperature may affect the yields of crops up to 17%. Each plant has different characteristics in growth and some plants are susceptible to high temperature, some are quite the opposite. A Brassica Juncea L. belongs to a mustard family Brassicaceae or Cruciferae that are susceptible to high temperature. So, in this work, an attempt has been made for Brassica Juncea L. to grow and yield under temperature stress by controlling the temperature with the use of the Internet of Things (IoT). The experiment has been conducted where Brassica Juncea neither production nor consumption. IoT sensors are used to monitor the temperature and humidity in two different scenarios. This paper analyses the factors that affect the growth of Brassica Juncea and provide a solution to increase productivity.
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