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Intelligent System for Smart Cultivation - to Integrate Technology in Rural Economic Development

B V A N S S Prabhakar Rao; Kadupukotla Satish Kumar; Rabindra Kumar Singh; P Sundeep

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Blue Eyes Intelligence Engineering & Sciences Publication (BEIESP)

Since all living organisms require food and farming is the best key division of any country’s economy development. In many developing countries the price of agriculture commodity is very low due to many issues. From a billionaire who has bread and jam for breakfast to the poor who eats rice porridge everyone who needs food for living on this earth has a relation to agriculture. The farmer, even if he is or isn’t profited for years together with the crop that he has sown he keeps searching for his life in every seed he sows in hope of succeeding. Hence, along with the price hikes in the market, adulteration is also on the rise, if this continues similarly, the wealth you’d give your children in the future won't be enough even for their hospital expenses. Price of land is growing day by day and the value of farmer is coming down, if we start constructing everything on this land then there would be no place for cultivating food. This work is based on gaining good returns for farmers by farmers meeting their own customers, but no relation to dealers this helps in farmers getting their price for the work they do. This helps in good food without adulterant products that leads in good health, hence good business returns in good benefits of returns to the economic growth of the country. Major contribution is required to implement minimum support price. Lots of researchers reported the need of MSPs but no implementation strategies so far in many products. The main focus of this work is to provide food for our growing population; we need to adopt certain agricultural practices with the help of technology in terms of machine intelligence with smart cultivation for crop production and management.

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