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Early Detection of Grape Stem Borer Using IoT

  • Kainjan SanghaviEmail author
  • A. M. Rajurkar
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Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 1162)

Abstract

grape stem borer is a serious threat to grapes due to its severe symptoms and loss of production. traditional diagnosis of grape stem borer depends upon symptom identification, due to sensitivity limits of identification tools in vineyards. grape stem borer prime indications are parching and sneering of affected branches. recognition of the borer in early stages is a most challenging chore. this paper presents a novel system, utilizing sound sensor for detection of stem borer in grape vineyard using internet of things. foremost contribution of this work is a technique for early detection of stem borer pest based on iot through an handheld device. the analytic solution detailed in this paper does not necessitate the farmer or any user to be an iot expert in order to use it. the accuracy achieved for the identification of grape stem borer is higher than 90%. the system is envisioned to incorporate the significant advancements in communication technologies and wireless sensor networks.

Keywords

Grape stem borer Grape vineyard Internet of things (IoT) Early detection Grape diseases 

Notes

Acknowledgements

i extend my sincere thanks and contribution to mr. prashant pawar and mr. boraste who helped us in this effort. it was possible due to their diligent guidance and motivation to carry out this research.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.SNJB COE Chandwad, Research Scholar SGGSNandedIndia
  2. 2.MGM COENandedIndia

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