Test: Agriculture - 2


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QUESTION: 1

Name the term given to the commercial rearing of silk worms to supplement the income of the farmer.

Solution:

The rearing of silkworm for obtaining silk is called sericulture.

QUESTION: 2

Name the term given to the Breeding of Fish in specially constructed tanks and ponds

Solution:

Pisciculture also known as fish farming is the rearing of fish for food in enclosures such as fish ponds or tanks.  The fish are reared and raised in enclosures such as cages, open nets, tanks and ponds.

QUESTION: 3

Name the term given to the Cultivation of grapes.

Solution:

Viticulture or winegrowing (wine growing) is the cultivation and harvesting of grapes.Viticulturists are often intimately involved with winemakers, because vineyard management and the resulting grape characteristics provide the basis from which winemaking can begin.

QUESTION: 4

Name the term given to Growing of Vegetables flowers and fruits for commercial use.

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QUESTION: 5

Agriculture or farming can be looked at as a system. Which one among the following is not an important input of agriculture

Solution:

Agriculture or farming is a system in which seeds, fertilizers, machinery, and labour are important inputs. Ploughing, sowing, irrigation, weeding, and harvesting are some of the operations.The outputs from the system include crops, dairy, wool and poultry products.

QUESTION: 6

Agriculture or farming can be looked at as a system. Which one among the following is not an important output of agriculture

Solution:  Output: The outputs from the system include crops, wool, dairy, poultry products, etc. hence, ploughing is not an output.
QUESTION: 7

The word agriculture is derived from the Latin words ager or agri and Culture meaning Cultivation . What does the word agri literally mean?

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QUESTION: 8

Analyse the following and identify which one among the following can be treated as Inputs to the agriculture system. 

Solution:

Agricultural inputs range from improved seeds, fertilizers and crop protection chemicals to machinery, irrigation and knowledge. Seeds are critical to successful crop production and inevitably, farm productivity and profitability. Fertilizer supplies nutrients to the soil that are essential for growth

QUESTION: 9

Mention the processing part of the agriculture system  

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QUESTION: 10

Which one from the following list is a Physical Input to the agriculture system.

Solution: Yes ,Because as some plants need less water for growing so the places in which rainfall is low farmers grow crops which need less water.
QUESTION: 11

From the following list of inputs, mention the one that is not a natural input in the agriculture system.

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QUESTION: 12

Name the type of farming practiced to meet the needs of the farmer's family i.e.

Solution:

Subsistence farming, form of farming in which nearly all of the crops or livestock raised are used to maintain the farmer and the farmer's family, leaving little, if any, surplus for sale or trade.

QUESTION: 13

Fill up the missing blank after analyzing the given image : 

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QUESTION: 14

Which one of the following best describes intensive subsistence agriculture?

Solution:

Intensive subsistence agriculture is a type of farming done primarily by hand, or with beasts of burden on small plots of land. This type of farming only produces enough output to support the farmer's family, not for commercial sale. Space constraints require every bit of land to be used.

QUESTION: 15

A few statements with respect to the farm in USA are given below. Pick out the one that is not TRUE

Solution:

The farmer is well equipped and developed therefore need not reside on the farm.

QUESTION: 16

Shifting cultivation refers to :

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QUESTION: 17

This type of farming is practiced in the arid and semi-arid regions of Sahara, Central Asia, and Rajasthan etc. Herdsmen move from place to place with their animals for fodder and water along defined routes due to climatic constraints and terrain. Which type of farming is being referred to ?

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QUESTION: 18

Name the type of farming followed from the given image 

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QUESTION: 19

Name the animal that is not reared by the nomadic herders as these animals provided milk, meat, wool etc.

Solution:

Nomads herd cattle, goats, sheep, and camels. Other animals managed by nomadic herders include horses, musk-oxen, and yaks. For many nomads, their herds provide meat, milk, and hides for their own use, as well as for trade.

QUESTION: 20

The main motive of this type of cultivation is profit .Large area of land and a huge amount of capital is used for cultivation with latest technological advancement . Name the type of farming from the given list.

Solution:

Commercial farming is a type of farming in which crops are grown for commercial use only. It is a modernized method of farming that is undertaken on a large scale. In this type of farming the large land, labour and machines are used.

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