how to make innovative agriculture working model

In this post I will explain about new way of doing agriculture, also depict this agriculture method using agriculture working model

Creating an agriculture working model with an automatic water spray system using a pipe and a water pump is a great way to demonstrate modern irrigation techniques.

Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to set up this model:

Materials Needed:

  1. Plastic Trays: For the agricultural field.
  2. Water Pump: Small DC water pump suitable for models.
  3. Tubing: Flexible plastic tubing for water distribution.
  4. Spray Nozzles: Small nozzles to create a fine mist or spray.
  5. Power Supply: Compatible with the DC water pump.
  6. Timer (optional): To automate the watering schedule.
  7. Supporting Structure: To hold the spray system above the fields.
  8. Plants or Seeds: For the agricultural field.
  9. Soil or Growing Medium: To grow the plants.
  10. Glue and Tape: For assembly.
  11. Scissors and Wire Cutters: For cutting tubing and wire.

Step by Step video Instructions:

1. Prepare the Agricultural Field:

  • Fill the plastic trays with soil or a growing medium.
  • Plant seeds or small plants in the trays.

2. Set Up the Supporting Structure:

  • Create a frame above the plastic trays to hold the spray system.
  • You can use sticks, wire, or any sturdy material to build the frame.
  • Ensure the frame is stable and tall enough to allow for even water distribution.

3. Install the Water Pump:

  • Place the water pump in a container that will serve as the water reservoir.
  • Fill the reservoir with water.

4. Arrange the Tubing:

  • Cut the tubing to the desired length to reach from the water pump to the top of the frame.
  • Attach the tubing to the pump’s outlet.
  • Route the tubing along the top of the frame.

5. Attach the Spray Nozzles:

  • Drill small holes in the tubing where you want the spray nozzles to be placed.
  • Insert the spray nozzles into the holes. Ensure they are secure and directed downward towards the plants.

6. Connect the Power Supply:

  • Connect the water pump to a power supply. Ensure the connections are secure and safe.
  • If using a timer, set it up to control when the pump turns on and off, ensuring a consistent watering schedule.

7. Test the System:

  • Turn on the pump and check the water flow through the spray nozzles.
  • Ensure the water is evenly distributed over the plants.
  • Adjust the nozzles and tubing if necessary to achieve even coverage.


This model demonstrates a basic automated irrigation system, showcasing how water can be efficiently distributed to plants using a pump and spray nozzles. It’s an excellent project for understanding modern agricultural practices and irrigation systems. Enjoy your model-building project!

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