The typical WUSN architecture, within the context of agricultural applications (Fig. 1), integrates heterogeneous components including monitoring nodes, infrastructure nodes, central monitoring, and mobile sinks [2,6]. Monitoring nodes, mainly located underground, are equipped with on-board processor, memory, wireless transceiver, and sensors such as temperature, soil moisture, and pH. The infrastructure nodes provide connectivity between the monitoring network and the rest of the WUSN. In an agricultural network, these nodes can be located on certain parts of the field such as posts, fences, irrigation systems, or houses and include environmental sensors such as humidity, temperature, and wind for additional monitoring. Infrastructure nodes can also serve as sinks for the underground monitoring nodes. The information collected by the WUSN is sent to the monitoring central, which can reside close to the WUSN or be located in the cloud. Finally, a mobile sink could be a smartphone that is used by the users to collect information from the network and send commands. Moreover, a mobile sink can be attached to mobile elements such as unmanned vehicles to provide an autonomous operation.