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G-Irrigation System

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This project developed an online irrigation system that functions as an online irrigation scheduling, ie the process of determining when irrigation should be done and how much water should be delivered

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  • Determine when irrigation applications quickly and precisely
  • Determining the volume of water that must delivered
  • The program also serves as a central database of micro-climate in a region
  • Determine the theoretical crop water requirements and the actual daily, weekly and yearly
  • Calculating power requirements and inefficient irrigation pump engines per areas


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English, Indonesian

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