Most farmers around the world are marginal and own land less than an acre. These farms form a complex web of diverse crops and farming practices that require hyper-local advisory for irrigation and weather advisory that is both affordable and sustainable. Using environmental sensors, Internet of Things (IoT) and Low-Powered Wide area Network (LPWAN), it is now possible to provide hyper-local advisory for irrigation and weather that is both cheap and sustainable. Using the already-developed coarse resolution smart irrigation advisory service from satellites and weather prediction model, this solution developed by Happy Earth Solutions, known as Provision for Advisory on Necessary Irrigation (PANI), combines IoT-ready sensors in a LPWAN wireless environment to provide plot specific irrigation and weather advisory appropriate for each marginal farmer. Click here for an illustration of the PANI solution by Happy Earth Solutions.