Title: IOT process for sugar beet productivity by long-term use of phosphorus fertilisers on irrigated light chestnut soil

Authors: Gulzhan Zhaksybayeva; Amangeldy Umbetov; Alimbay Balgabayev; Yerkin Suleimenov; Aigerim Shibikeyeva

Addresses: Kazakh National Agrarian Research University, 050010, Almaty, 8 Abai Avenue, Kazakhstan ' Kazakh National Agrarian Research University, 050010, Almaty, 8 Abai Avenue, Kazakhstan ' Kazakh National Agrarian Research University, 050010, Almaty, 8 Abai Avenue, Kazakhstan ' Kazakh Research Institute of Agriculture and Plant Growing, 040909, Almaty Region, Karasay District, Almalybak Village, 1 Yerlepesova Street, Kazakhstan ' Kazakh Research Institute of Agriculture and Plant Growing, 040909, Almaty Region, Karasay District, Almalybak Village, 1 Yerlepesova Street, Kazakhstan

Abstract: Internet of things (IoT) is a shared network of things which can link through the internet platform. This paper proposes IoT for local information to smart sugar beet productivity. This paper aims to implement IoT technology to get the data for monitoring systems such as crop and soil monitoring, phosphorus fertilisers and irrigated light chestnut soil monitoring. The article presents the results of long-term studies carried out in long-term experiments on the study of the fertilisation system of sugar beet in the beet crop rotation and with its permanent cultivation on irrigated light chestnut soil. It is shown that with long-term (57-58 years) and systematic use of phosphorus fertilisers against the background of nitrogen-potassium (NK) fertilisers in the soil, background with different levels of phosphorus supply in the arable and subsoil layers are created.

Keywords: phosphorus; internet of things; IOT; potash fertilisers; levels of phosphorus supply; mobile phosphorus.

DOI: 10.1504/IJARGE.2021.10044137

International Journal of Agricultural Resources, Governance and Ecology, 2021 Vol.17 No.2/3/4, pp.165 - 182

Received: 08 Mar 2021
Accepted: 03 Jun 2021

Published online: 22 Mar 2022 *

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