Our greenhouse and open field automation system works by measuring and monitoring specific conditions needed for optimum growth of plants. This is done by electronic sensors that continuously monitor these set parameters and if exceeded rectifies the situation and notifies the farmer via an SMS alert.The system is equipped with a Soil moisture sensor that regulates and monitors water in the soil. If the soil moisture falls below the required minimum, the soil moisture sensor will detect this and immediately trigger the electronic gate valve to open and start irrigating the crops. As this is done, an SMS is sent to the farmer informing him of the current activity in the greenhouse. Once the water level in the soil is back to the required state, the soil moisture sensor then sends impulses to shut of the valve. Once off, irrigation stops and the farmer receives an SMS notifying him of the completed irrigation. The system is also automatic in that it can be set to irrigate the crops at predetermined time intervals leaving the farmer to concentrate on other activities in the greenhouse/open field farm such as weeding and pruning. This greatly improves water conservation as irrigation is only done at the required time and is accurately measured by the soil moisture sensor. Unlike the norm where the farmer has to be there every morning and evening to open the valve and approximates when the soil is wet enough to allow him/her to close it, this is now being done by a soil moisture sensor which is more accurate and precise with 0 human input. This data collected by the sensors is also dynamically updated to an online server for analyses to provide information such as graphs e.g temperature against time. These graphs are stored for up to an year so as to assist the farmer to plan for the next season as he/she will be able to know which months have the appropriate optimum conditions for growth. Currently 96.2% of Tanzanian smallholder farmers are engaged in subsistence farming where they inefficiently use scarce water resource , they over-rely in rain-fed agriculture , employ costly outdated farming practices which leads to unsustainable land use and this as a whole has led to a very minimal inclusion of the youth as are they are always tech-obsessed and through our rent-to-own model we'll incentivize affordability as our unit cost will be1/3 of perceived solution cost in the existing markets.