Ms. Sri Silpa Padmanabhuni,Pradeepini Gera,



Computer Vision,Deep Learning,Segmentation,Classification,


Agriculture plays an important role in the Indian economy, therefore early prediction of plant diseases will help in increasing the productivity of crops thereby contributing to the economy’s growth. However, Manual identification of diseases in plants at every stage is very difficult since it involves huge manpower and requires extensive knowledge about plants. Multi disease patterns and pest identification can be automated using computer vision and deep learning techniques and by observing the controlled environmental parameters. Using, Internet of things the model can continuously monitor the temperature, humidity and water levels.


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