This study aimed to build and construct a humidity and temperature control device through a water sprinkler that was equipped with fully automated moisture content detector for the soil humidity. The sprinkler could be activated if the detector receives a signal that the moisture content of the soil is less than the normal rate.
Experimental development and descriptive approaches were the methods used. Ten purposively chosen evaluators were asked to participate in the assessment of the device's functionality.
The findings of the study showed acceptable results of the performance of the device in terms of humidity and temperature control.