Reason why our country should emphasize this application of this low-cost and easy-to-apply technology to raise the productivity of agricultural activities that are so lacking in the current era.
Faced with this situation, the automation of small and large scale agriculture is of colossal importance, since applying mechatronic technologies to agriculture would help detonate productivity in the Mexican agriculture, an important role in this situation is of the Arduino board, for its versatility and its low cost, from the review of literature made highlights the amount of research work and design proposals for systems based on the Arduino board with application in Indian agriculture, over the other countries in which it is used.
It is designed and built to be very easy to use and can be developed multidisciplinary projects. The objective of this work is to know the current state of the applications of this board in agriculture of the country.
1 Materials and Methods A systematic and thorough search was conducted for data collection in printed data bases, Internet, journals scientific, graduate and postgraduate university thesis, newspaper articles, etc.
Traditional farming methods of small plots worked by families and small communities continue to dominate in many regions, especially those with large indigenous populations such as the Southern Plateau.
H., Arduino board in the automation of agriculture in Mexico, a review, International Journal of Horticulture, 8(6): 52-68 (doi: 10.5376/ijh.20) As of the beginning of the 21st century, the rural labor force in México continues to be important, but it is shrinking.
Gaona (2017): Development a soil moisture measurement system using an electronic sensor, the sensor measures the electrical conductivity of a soil.
For a period of seven days, readings provided by the sensor were collected and, simultaneously, the volumetric moisture content of the soil was manually evaluated and a potential type function was adjusted to characterize its behavior.
USA prohibited the importation of avocado for 80 years, for hygienic reasons.
In 1997, imports of avocados from Michoacán to the United States were again allowed.