عنوان مقاله [English]
Lack of water and its reduction is one of the biggest problems facing humankind. This problem is more perceptible in countries that are hot and dry. In both modern and traditional irrigation methods, the irrigation time of the fields is of particular importance. Many crops have not grown to the optimum size due to irrigation or watering, and their efficiency decreases. The main reason for this problem is to reduce the moisture content of the soil and not to deliver timely water to the product. One of the most effective steps to tackle this problem is timely and as much water consumption. One of the ways to increase water use efficiency in agriculture is to use smart field irrigation systems that accurately determine the soil moisture and weather conditions. smart Irrigation Management Systems Internet-based things can help in achieving optimal water and farming consumption. In this article, the system of smart irrigation is introduced and the role of new technologies (Internet of Things) is examined.
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