The Agricultural Internet of Things uses temperature sensors, humidity sensors, pH sensors, light sensors, and CO2 sensors in modern agricultural greenhouses to detect temperature, relative humidity, pH, light intensity, soil nutrients, and CO2 concentration in the environment. Physical parameters such as physical parameters are displayed in real-time on various monitors or as automatic control parameters to participate in automatic control to ensure that crops have a good and appropriate growing environment. The implementation of remote control enables technicians to monitor and control the environment of multiple greenhouses in the office. The use of wireless networks to measure the best conditions for obtaining crop growth can provide scientific basis for precise regulation and control of greenhouses, with the purpose of increasing production, improving quality, adjusting growth cycle, and improving economic efficiency. We will develop agricultural production in the direction of high-end agriculture and demonstration agriculture, and realize scientific breeding.