How Biz4Intellia soil monitoring solution enhances higher crop, vegetable, flower, and fruit yields?

IoT in agriculture

Since agriculture plays the most important role in maintaining our economics and survival, most industrialists are seeking to improve the entire demography of their agricultural business. The farms are empowering in terms of both quality and quantity with the implementation of IoT technology.

With the advancing technology and great features, IoT is taking the farmers by surprise as they can now easily manage their fields without any worries or big challenges. It further assists with yielding quality crops, crop health monitoring, moisture requirements, the need for fertilizers, etc. The technology is well-equipped with advanced sensor devices to determine the soil's clay quality, organic matter, moisture retention, and other nutrient requirements. This data is then processed to the user's account for better analysis of the farm. Hence, creating an impact for bettering the quality of the produce. Let's learn the details of implementing soil monitoring solutions in the farms.

Challenges Faced by Farmers Today


• Increased Physical Maintenance

• Inaccurate Water Estimates

• Unexpected Water Wastage

• Plantation Timing Estimation

• Monitoring Soil Condition Manually

Benefits of Implementing Smart Soil Monitoring Solution


Optimal Growing Conditions for Plants

IoT-based soil condition monitoring sensors optimize the soil requirements by allowing the managers to create appropriate conditions for plants to grow. A soil monitoring solution helps the farmers collect appropriate data, which is further processed for making better business decisions. Thus, the Internet of Things technology plays a vital role in providing optimal growing conditions for the plants according to the weather forecasts, mineral and water requirements, humidity, moisture, etc.

Diagnosing Plant Disease

It becomes very difficult in times when a plant is affected by harmful diseases or pests. If not taken care of in the first place, it damages the entire farm in no time, thus delaying the production. Implementing a smart solution for plants thus provides a better approach to diagnosing the plants for diseases.

Real-time Soil Monitoring (moisture, temperature, electrical conductivity)

The IoT sensors get installed underground to collect crop data and transmit the same on the interconnected dashboard. The data is collected in real-time, which further helps the managers to act accordingly in any case. With the installation of advanced sensors, the farmers know the accurate way to provide appropriate moisture content, temperature conditions, etc.

Intelligent Crop Health Monitoring

By installing suitable soil sensors, the industrialists are intelligently working towards keeping better crop health. Such devices work best in terms of collecting data, transferring the same through gateway connectivity, and finally displaying it on the manager’s dashboard. From here, they easily analyze the crop health Monitoring and take necessary actions as per the insights.

Enhancing Farm Productivity

Smart farming based on IoT concepts enables the farmers to reduce unnecessary waste, thereby increasing farm productivity. This ranges from the fertilizer’s quantity to the supply chain management along with the efficient utilization of the resources like electricity, water, fuel, etc.

Better Plantation

IoT answers all the farmers' queries regarding different plantation techniques and suggests quality measurement of the needed resources for better yield. This simplifies the plant scheduling task of the farmers and keeps a real-time track of the entire production. Many advanced techniques like drones have come into existence to enable better plantation in the agricultural industries, which are helping out the industrialists in quality production.

Insightful representation of Data

IoT is a data-driven technology, which provides real-time insights and automates the entire farm processing. The use of sensors assists in monitoring the accurate amount of sunlight, humidity, temperature, soil moisture, crop health, etc. It is due to the presence of sensors, which collect the data and process it through advanced gateway connectivity, followed by the insightful report representation of the same through illustrative graphs and charts.

Remote Monitoring of the Farms

The IoT technology enables remote farm monitoring for the farmers, which facilitating them to monitor multiple farms together without much hassle. The farm growers can keep a real-time check on their farm conditions and infrastructure, thus saving their time and labor on routine farm checks.

Data Analytics for Better Decisions (across the value-chain, helping farmers respond to what the market wants)

Predictive management is being rapidly followed with the presence of IoT in agriculture for better decision-making. The farmers can now predict the crop quality via data analytics and use it to anticipate business growth in the near future. This helps in creating brand value and improving overall productivity through informed decision-making.

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Advantages of a Smart Soil Monitoring Solution


    • Cost Reduction

    • ROI

    • Scalable Solution

    • Business Growth

    • Plant/Industry Efficiency

    • Multiple Alerts capabilities (SMS Alert, Email Alert Platform Alert, etc.)

IoT is a disruptive technology, which is gaining rapid traction in the agricultural industry. It is transforming how farm management works and gradually switching the traditional approaches to advanced ones. IoT-based sensor devices facilitate farm managers with data-driven techniques to manage the farms on a low-cost budget. There is a very minimal need to spend excessively on equipment maintenance as the technology comprises timely scheduling, real-time tracking of the entire farm processing, etc. Biz4Intellia IoT-based smart agriculture solution is a scalable solution that can be customized as per the user's requirements. The solution is fully-fledged with multiple alert capabilities like SMS, email, etc. Such notifications help provide instant decision-making to the farm managers through a data-driven approach that yields a better variety of crops and enhances farm productivity.