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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 2, February 2020 Edition

International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Proposed System For Drainage And Irrigation Management

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Niranjan Patil, Shital Bachpalle, Kaustubh Hindlekar, Simran Pansare, Suhas Janrao



IoT, Irrigation, Solenoid valve, Tolerant, Wetland, Drainage, Salt Sensitive.



To manage drainage water, most important and useful method is to re use this water. We are going to implement this system to reuse of maximum drainage water. For short and long terms need, it is necessary to avoid the waste of water. In some regions, percentage of rain is minimum, in such areas; reuse of drainage water is most important and useful method. According to the quality of drainage water, the water should be distributed to the crops which should be irrigated. For salt sensitive crop it is not possible to do the reuse of drainage water. For salt sensitive crops and trees, purified drainage water should be reused. If this project is located near the wetland at that time we can reuse of drainage water for that wetland. However, in this system we have to take precautions of leaving things in the water. Leaving things in water such as fish and other insects should get harmful because of the drainage water so that at the time of implementation of this system we have to take care of such things. In this system, we are proposing a system which consists of water level point contact sensor, solenoid valve, Wi-Fi module, Arudino microcontroller. This system detects the water level of drainage and transmits it to the necessary irrigation area.



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