Nano ile Mini Sulama Modülü

Arduino nano ile mini sulama modülü yapmaya karar verdim.

 

Kullandığım parçalar:

Parça İsmi Değeri Not
Nano 17 tl
2 x Kapasitif Toprak Nem Sensörü 20 TL Türkiye’de bulamadığım için AliExpress’den almak zorunda kaldım. Fakat sanırım yapması zor bir parça değil. Tanesi 20TL’ye şuradan getirttim. 5TL lik ucuz toprak sensörleri de mevcut.
Tekli 5v Röle Modülü 6 TL  
12v Pompa 35TL herhangi bir 12v pompayı kullanabilirsiniz ama ben damacanın ağzından geçebilecek kadar ince bir dalgıç pompa buldum çok işime yaradı.
Damlama Sulama Ekipmanı 20TL Hekimoğlu isimli üreticinden damlama sulama setini alabilirsiniz.
Damacana
Su geçirmez kutu 10TL
Güç kaynağı ve kablolar 10TL
TOPLAM 128TL

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Watering Tomato Plants

Water slowly, water deeply –

The number one rule of watering tomatoes is to make sure that you go slow and easy. Never rush watering tomato plants. Use a drip hose or other forms of drip irrigation to deliver water to your tomato plants slowly.

Water regularly –

How often should you water tomato plants? There is no hard and fast rule to this. It depends on how hot it is and if the plant is actively growing. A good rule of thumb is to supply water once every two or three days at the height of summer. Remember that water supplied by Mother Nature counts towards watering tomato plants in the garden. Once the weather cools and fruit has set, scale back watering to once a week.

Water at the roots –

When watering tomatoes, make sure you get the water straight to the roots. Do not water from above as this can cause disease and pests to attack the plants. Watering tomato plants from above also encourages premature evaporation and unnecessarily wastes water.

Mulch –

Using mulch help to keep water where the plants need it. Use mulch to slow down evaporation

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