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Data mining of paddy cultivation patterns and water resource management in late samba season of Tamilnadu
B. Vinoth,
Published in Seventh Sense Research Group
Volume: 69
Issue: 1
Pages: 152 - 165
The Earth is borne to influence its water contents mostly of its Biosphere, the living organisms, habitat, birds, men, and lives due to fluctuating parameters of Earth, and it has 71 % water and 29 % land. When the Sunlight shine-up, the water available from the surface of Oceans, Rivers, and ponds get transformed to vapor and goes up to Space in the form of clouds. The clouds are called Cumulonimbus, Nimbus, Cirrus, etc. On this Earth, among the countries of the Asian continent, India has the largest population for its credibility. Agriculture is the main backbone of India, and especially the state of Tamilnadu is the second largest food producer of India. Amount various paddy cultivable seasons, and Late Samba is most vulnerable for its yield towards food production. As yield is the main target of farmers, this paper addresses exhuming hidden paddy cultivable patterns, which optimizes the season scenario. © 2021 Seventh Sense Research Group®.
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JournalInternational Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology
PublisherSeventh Sense Research Group