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Evaluating the Influence of Soil and Environmental Parameters in Terms of Crop Suitability using Machine Learning

DOI: 10.18805/IJARe.A-4942    | Article Id: A-4942 | Page : 208-213
Citation :- Evaluating the Influence of Soil and Environmental Parameters in Terms of Crop Suitability using Machine Learning.Indian Journal of Agricultural Research.2022.(56):208-213
Ratnmala Nivrutti Bhimanpallewar, Manda Rama Narasingarao ratnmalab@gmail.com
Address : Department of Computer Science and Engineering, GITAM Institute of Technology, GITAM University, Visakhapatnam-530 045, Andhra Pradesh, India.
Submitted Date : 30-10-2017
Accepted Date : 30-11-2020

Abstract

Background: The key source of income in India is agriculture, so farming is called as backbone of Indian economy. To satisfy the need of increasing population increase in the crop yield is very important. India country programming framework stated that, the annual soil loss in India is about 5.3 billion tonnes. 
Methods: Majority farmers are small or marginal scale and are dependent on natural resources like soil-quality, rainfall and environmental condition etc. for their yield. Based on experience farmers decide which crop to be adopted. Government is arranging trainings and exhibitions to enhance the skillset of farmers.  
Result: A land which gives poor yield for one crop may produce adequate yield for some other crop/crops. To know the possible suitable crop/crops proposed machine learning model focuses current and potential suitability evaluation for available scenario.

Keywords

Classification Decision tree Fragmented land Soil nutrients Soil suitability

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