Precision Data Acquisition and Analysis for Nutrient Management of Tomatoes


  • G. Yogeswari Research Scholar, 2Department of Computer Science, Alagappa University, Karaikudi, Tamil Nadu, India
  • A. Padmapriya Associate Professor, Department of Computer Science, Alagappa University, Karaikudi, Tamil Nadu, India



Expert System, Precision Agriculture, Nutrient Management, Sensors


Agriculture is the soul of every nation, where it considers some factors such as uneven rainfall, changing climate and weather conditions, monsoon for soil and nutrient during the crop growth. Agriculture is predominantly essential and the main source of our livelihood. Nutrient management is a major thirst area and to be the focus in the field of agriculture. Due to the paucity of nutrients in plants, the human is forced to face many challenges in day-to-day life. Restoration of nutrient is crucial, in this view there is need to espouse the precision agriculture system which alters crop related plan and policies. The main aim of this research is to collect some of the factors influencing nutrients in plant growth and analyze them. The data collection is done by both manual and precision methods. The plant chosen for the analysis is Tomato – a horticulture crop. This is an attempt towards developing an expert system based on precision data.


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How to Cite

Yogeswari, G., & Padmapriya, A. (2019). Precision Data Acquisition and Analysis for Nutrient Management of Tomatoes. Asian Journal of Computer Science and Technology, 8(S2), 20–23.