Basically, the Soil Management System is designed to monitor and maintain the quality of soil in an enterprise. Using sophisticated satellite technology, it is possible to detect the level of soil lacking organic matter or nutrients. The information is fed to a central computer for processing and reporting. The Soil Management System will allow for organic matter and nutrient accumulation to boost crop yields.
The main component of the Soil Management System is the Soilimeter. The Soilimeter is used to monitor the various soil components and in turn, it helps the computer maintain a record of the condition of the soil. Data corresponding to the different components of the Soilometer can be recorded manually, using calendars, and so on.
Another way to monitor the Soil in Systems is through the use of Numerical Reader Equipment (NRE). The NRE is a tool that can be set for organic matter monitoring. Once the tool indicates that there is a deficiency of certain vital components of the soil, a computer system can be used to draw attention to the problem and can analyze which plants are affected. This way, the nutrients can be restored and the system of agriculture can improve.
Aero Farmers are the perfect example of Soil Management Services. These farmers use the Soil Management System established by the University of Nebraska to monitor and improve their agrosystems. The Soil Management System developed by this university has made it possible for these farmers to timeline their crops and know exactly how much they need to use each year. Previous methods of calculating the optimum tillage were almost impossible to carry out because it was difficult to get accurate data from the field.
The main benefit that Aero Farmers get from the service is that they can calculate the tillage needed to feed a part of their farm and also forecast the weather accordingly. This helps in saving a lot of time and means that the farmers can take a rest or even wait for the monsoon to pass by.
Other than this, almost all the crops in India are dependent on the weather. If the weather is good then sown rain can turn into adequate rainfall or even dry season, which will affect the growth of the plant. Similarly, bad weather can damage the crop completely. Hence, it is the Ministry of Agriculture that provides weather forecasting services that help much in developing the farming industry.
India has a number of nonagricultural products which are of great use in the world but are of no use if they are wasted. Waste collection, handling, and disposal of such materials are of great use to the environment too. This can be achieved by establishing processing facilities for the recovery of raw materials.
The use of such facilities is not only taking the form of recycling but also of bio-saving. The bio-saving sector is another innovative idea with regard to waste and renewable resources recovery. Much of the trash found in the Indian fields have got technology left behind by the rain industries. The bio-saving sector wants to convert the materials into something useful for the people. The results can be so wonderful that can be very motivating.
The renewable forms of energy are something that can really help the farmers to get a better deal from the country and can play a major role in the section of the country’s energy needs. The desolation of the people and the dreams of establishing a self-sufficient and self-sufficiency country can be lifted with the help of such wonders of modern technology. Information Technology can help in bringing about this change and can be the driver of it.
It is due to the promises made by this President of India and other hackers of technology that the country is taking the lead in the advent of these resolves. In this context, the IEEE and other international organizations should focus on the training of scientists and the training of people behind the scenes for the welfare of the country. IEEE should focus on matters of organization and its functional aspect with the help of which it can take the progress of the country proudly.