Author(s): Chandrakant Naikodi
One billion people around the world are still under the border poor. Agricultural growth and productivity remains central to poverty reduction, particularly in the poorest countries like Pakistan, Bangla etc., where a large share of the population relies on agriculture and agribusiness for their livelihood. Hence, we there are some important parameters that should be monitored at a greenhouse in order to achieve good results at the end of the agricultural production. They are, temperature and humidity that are been commonly measured with manual methods. The wireless sensors networks (WSN) are defined as the collection of sensor nodes that perform a specific task and they are representing one of the technological solutions to automatize and improve the management of crops. This paper tries to propose such system so that we have better productivity. The proposed system is explained through India, however it would be applicable to entire world.