Following chart shows monthly rainfall read data in millimeter for 36 Indian meteorological subdivisions for year 2014.

Data Source: Govt of India.

Following chart shows monthly rainfall read data in millimeter for 36 Indian meteorological subdivisions for year 2014.

Data Source: Govt of India.

There are n numbers techniques from traditional way like holding rod bars in both hands and observe the movement of bards due to gravity. Some people simply hold coconut in hand and spins around on pal to observe gravity of the motion. Some modern day approaches are scanning geological maps of the land and using predictive analysis. Predictive analysis involves machine learning and processing data over years of rain fall on specific areas to identify saturation of water in these areas.

Government of some countries like India provides free data of every year rainfall, which can be used to make simple predictions. For example, following chart represents the rainfall in last 10 years in central India for month June

With aforementioned chart, we can say that the average rainfall that occurs in June is in the rang 200mm. This gives us ideas that digging soil during these years ( where rainfall is jotted in chart) would not be worth as this is average rainfall. However if we look at the report of year 2013, we can predict that water would seepage by 2013 year end and digging or boring soil would be helpful.

source data: https://data.gov.in/catalog/rainfall-india

Overview of 5G Network

- It is designed to work with Internet of Things so that user can upload and download high amount of data, pertaining in gigabytes from their IOT devices

- 5G is scheduled to be rolled out in year 2020

- 5G network design is more focused on amount of data per user rather than speed of the data.

- 5G network will also focused on lower consumption of battery hence reducing the cost of the energy.

I worked some years back on computer algorithms and had list handy with me. I see many people looking for types of algorithms like network or binary tree. Here is the list for them,

Binary Search

Breadths – frist search

Fibonacci series

Bubble Sort

Quick Sort (Randomized algorithm)

Merge Sort (divide and conquer methodology)

Insertion Sort

A search algorithm or A* algorithm

Selection Sort

DIjkstra’s Algorithm: Shortest path

Heap Sort

Depth-first search

Naïve bayes

Bezier Curve

Huffman Coding (greedy algorithms

RSA (Rivest- Shamir- adleman)

Radix Sort

Prim’s Algorithm (Minimum Spanning trees)

Kalman filters

DES (Data Encryption Standard)

Kruskal’s Algorithm (Minimum Spanning trees)

Randomized sorting/Monte Carlo algorithm

Bucket sort

Bellman- Ford Algorithm (single source shortest paths)

Counting Sort

Topological sort

Bresenham line algorithm

Chinese remainder theorem

MD5 Algorithm

Phong shading

Knuth-Morris-Pratt Algorithms

Flood fill algorithm

Strassen’s algorithms for matrix multiplication

Boyer-Moore Algorithm

Floyd-Warshall algorithms(All pairs shortest path)

DDA Line drawing algorithm

Cohen-sutherland outcode algorithm

Gouraud shading

Ford-fulkerson method

Boundary fill algorithm

Rabin-Karp Algorithms

Time series algorithms

Graham’s Scan

Maximum bipartite matching

Z-Buffer Algorithm

Bidirectional search

Johnson’s algorithm for sparse graphs

Sutherland hodgman algorithm

Cyrus-Beck algorithm

Merging networks

Vertex-Cover algorithm

Tournament Sort

Introsort

Depth limited search

Greedy best-first search

Mid point circle drawing algorithm

Jarvis March

Markov chain Monte Carlo algorithms

Pre flow-push algorithms

Uniform cost

Iterative depenning depth –first search

Variable elimination algorithm

Depth sort algorithm

Zero-one principle

Backface detection

EREW Algorithms

Weiler-atherton algorithm

Bitonic sorting network

Appel’s algorithms

Warnock’s algorithm

CRCW Algorithms

Memory found heuristic search

Graphplan algorithm

Lifet-to-fornt algorithms

Exchange Heuristics

Halftoning ray tracing

I recently attended one of the biggest agriculture expo in Baramati, India. It offered various innovations in Agriculture industry. I got a brochure contains Irrigation schedule, Dripping schedule and insecticide for tomatoes plant in this expo and thought to share with agriculture lovers. This was provided free of cost and agriculture enthusiastic can follow this schedule to maximum production of Tomatoes plant. Below picture is taken from tomatoes plantation which followed below plantation schedule.

**Dose for One Acre**

1) 10:26:26 – 4 bags

2) Single super phosphate – 5 bags

3) Potash 4 bags

4) Secondary liquid food – 2 bags

5) Humi G 20 Kg

6) Namato G- 20 Kg

7) Fungi G- 20 Kg

8) Borchol – 10 Kg

9) Sanvardhan – 10 Bags

**Tomatoes Dripping Schedule**

1) Before plantation of tomatoes, percolate below

Blue magic 1 liter + flora 250ml + Nimntosan 1 kg

2) During plantation of tomatoes

Flora 250gm + Funginil 1kg + Carbendazim 500g drenching

3) 2 days after plantation of tomatoes

Vruddhi 1litre + Flora 250gm

4) 5 days after plantation of tomatoes

Funginil 500gm + 19:19:19 2kg

5) After 10 days of tomatoes plantation

Magnifert 500gm + Zinfert 1kg + Silica fert 1kg + Chlorpyrifos 1 Liter

6) 15 days after plantation of tomatoes

Bluemagic 1litre + Nimatosan 1 kg + Flora 250gm

7) 20 days plantation of tomatoes

12:61:1:00 3kg + Combifert liquid 1 litre

8) 25 days after plantation of tomatoes

Silica fert 1kg + Chlorpyrifos 1litre

9) 30 days after plantation of tomatoes

12:61:1:00 3kg + Borocrop 1 kg

10) 35 days after plantation of tomatoes

13:40:13 3 kg + calcifert 500gm

11) 40 days after plantation of tomatoes

12:61:00 3kg + Flora 250gm

12) 45 days after plantation of tomatoes

00:52:34 3kg + sizer 2litre

13) 50 days after plantation of tomatoes

access 1 litre + Cabfert 500 gm

14) 55 Days after plantation of tomatoes

19:19:19 3 Kg = Vruddhi 1 litre

15) 60 days after plantation of tomatoes

Chlorpyrifos 1litre + Nimatosan 1kg + Blue Magic 1 Litre

16) 65 Days after plantation of tomatoes

12:61:00 3KG + Magnifert 1Kg

17) 70 Days after plantation of tomatoes

00:52:34 3kg + SIzer 2 litres.

**Tomatoes Fertilizers for one litre water**

1) 5 days after plantation of tomatoes

Ecoside 2 ml + Dymithate 1 ml + Funginil 2 gm

2) 7 days after plantation of tomatoes

Voyrosan 2gm + butter milk 5ml + zincfert + Nimisyde 2ml + Vruddhi 3ml

(Minimum 8 to 10 days once sprinkling is required)

**Karpa for tomatoes plant (for one litre water)**

1) Liquid bordex 1ml + Bacterisan 1.5gm

2) Carbendazim 1gm + Blue Magic 1ml

3) Bacterisan 2gm + Tebuconazole 0.5 ml

4) Blue Magic 1ml + Funginil 2gm

5) Bacterisan 2gm + Propiconazole 0.5 ml

Should be sprinkled once in 7 days.

**Insecticide for Tomatoes plant (for one litre water)**

1) Imidacloprid 0.5 ml + Ecocyde 2ml

2) Nimisyde 2ml + Deltamethrin 1ml

3) Larvasida 1ml + Dichlorvos 1ml

4) Ecocyde 2ml + Thymithoczyme 0.5 gm + Lamda Cyhalothrine 1ml

5) Nomaite plus 2ml + Ithian 1ml

6) Nimisyde 3000ppm 1ml + spinosad .30 ml

7) Should be sprinkled once in 7 days.

**For flowering of tomatoes plant (for one litre water)**

1) Growsteam 1ml + Cabfert 1 gm

2) Growthsteam 1ml + Borocrop 1gm

3) Brosofit 1ml + ZIncfert 1gm (7 days after flowering)

**For tomatoes fruit setting (for one liter water)**

1) Sizer 3ml + cabfert 3ml

2) Access 2ml + Silica Fert 1gm

3) Brosofit 1ml + Calci Fert 1mg ( should be sprinkled in an interval of 5 days)