Can you explain the answer of this question below:
The manual method of sowing seeds is also known as :
  • A:
    irrigation
  • B:
    winnowing
  • C:
    broadcasting
  • D:
    transplantation
The answer is c.

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By Pabolu Akkamma · Jun 05, 2018 ·Class 8
92 Answers
Bhagya Kora answered Jun 04, 2018
I think so answer b

Adarsh Kumar answered Jun 05, 2018
C

Satish Kumar answered Jul 08, 2018
Brodcasting

Trisha Prakash answered Jun 05, 2018
In agriculture, gardening, and forestry, broadcast seeding is a method of seeding that involves scattering seed, by hand or mechanically, over a relatively large area.
Broadcast seeding is of particular use in establishing dense plant spacing, as for cover crops and lawns. In comparison to traditional drill planting, broadcast seeding will require 10–20% more seed. It's simpler, faster, and easier than traditional row sowing and works best for plants that do not require singular spacing or that are more easily thinned later.

Varinder Bawa Kakra Bawa answered Apr 24, 2020
The answer is option number b broadcasting because broadcasting is the process of random scattering of seed on the surface of seedbeds it can be done manually or mechanically both.

Arpita Kashyap answered Apr 05, 2020
Broadcasting is a method of sowing seeds in soil by spreading seeds by hand this known as broadcasting .It is manually because it is simple method of sowing seeds in soil . This can do anyone

Jayakrushna Giri answered 2 weeks ago
The manual method of sowing seeds is also known as broadcasting

Noory Harsuijker answered May 07, 2020
Winnowing ofcourse

Rahul Yadav answered Apr 20, 2020
Because it called boardcasting

Papu Papi answered Apr 27, 2020
Answer option d

Anil Shirsath answered Apr 15, 2020
It's ( b) broadcasting

Shanvisingh Chandel answered 2 weeks ago
Hello!!
The answer to your question is :
option (c : broadcasting)
EXPLANATION :

broadcast seeding is a method of seeding that involves scattering seed, by hand or mechanically, over a relatively large area.
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Harish Khare answered 6 days ago
The correct option is c broadcasting as the manual method of scattering seeds is called broadcasting.

Rina Singh answered Apr 22, 2020
Options c is correct. because , The method of putting the Seed into the soil is called sowing. traditionally, the Seed is sown manually by spreading the Seed by using
hand. this process is called Boardcasting

Amrn Hsmth answered May 07, 2020
The answer is c , broadcasting.

Asari Kismat answered Mar 27, 2020
Correct answer is option (c) because The manual method of sowing seeds is called broadcasting.

Shivam Kumar answered Jun 25, 2019
Of course broadcasting

Abhijeet Kumar answered Apr 13, 2020
Answer is broadcasting because it is done by farmers by scattering seeds by hand.

Shashibhushan Singh answered Sep 15, 2018
I think answer is c

Shweta Singh answered 3 weeks ago
Broadcasting answer c

H K Singh answered Apr 24, 2020
The correct answer is c

Suraj Kar answered Apr 16, 2020
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Chinmayee Panda answered Apr 13, 2020
The suitable answer is Broadcasting (C).

Krishna Singi answered Mar 27, 2020
OPTION C IS CORRECT ANSWER BECAUSE THE MANUAL METHODS OF SOWING SEED IS CALLED BROADCASONG

R Gautam answered Apr 28, 2020
The answer is broadcasting

Lata Thakur answered Apr 10, 2020
C is the answer.

Jaideep Joshi answered Apr 13, 2019
My ans is option B

Saneha Joon answered May 07, 2020
C ) broadcasting

Mukeet Kulsum answered Apr 09, 2020
Broad casting
I think ans b

Golap Borgohain answered Apr 23, 2020
C broadcasting

Chinmayi answered May 01, 2020
It is option A because sowing of seeds and supplying water to soil in a artificial method is called irrigation.
Option A. Irrigation

Radha Devi Dhayal answered Apr 05, 2020
What is broadcasting?

Anandi Sudhir Dharmpatre answered Apr 29, 2020
Broadcasting is the correct answer

Komal Verma answered 3 weeks ago
Answer is broadcasting bcoz, the method of sowing is called broadcasting from a long time and it has been written in great science books,so by the my point of view the actual ans.of this question is broadcasting

Super Hit Abhishek answered Apr 10, 2020
Broadcasting
is correct answer

Reena Singh answered Apr 11, 2020
I think it's Option - C

Purvi Singh answered May 01, 2020
Transplantation

Shivam Vasudevan answered Apr 13, 2020
Answer is c
broadcasting or manual sowing is method of sowing by scattering seed all over the prepare soil surface. crop like wheat, paddy, coriander etc. are sawn in this method

Bhumi Ghalayan answered Apr 30, 2020
Off course broadcasting

Indra Subba answered 4 weeks ago
L guess it's b

Ritika Singh answered 2 weeks ago
Board casting

Pooja Rao answered 6 days ago
B Correct Answer

Mahima Pal answered Apr 13, 2019
C option broadcasting

Anuja Albert answered May 01, 2020
I think the answer is broadcasting

Tanishka Gupta answered May 03, 2020
Ya this method is termed as broadcasting

Gayatri Bhadra answered Apr 10, 2020
In agriculture, gardening, and forestry, broadcast seeding is a method of seeding that involves scattering seed, by hand or mechanically, over a relatively large area. This is in contrast to:

precision seeding, where seed is placed at a precise spacing and depth;hydroseeding, where a slurry of seed, mulch and water is sprayed over prepared ground in a uniform layer.

Broadcast seeding is of particular use in establishing dense plant spacing, as for cover crops and lawns. In comparison to traditional drill planting, broadcast seeding will require 10–20% more seed. It's simpler, faster, and easier than traditional row sowing. Broadcast seeding works best for plants that do not require singular spacing or that are more easily thinned later.[1] After broadcasting, seed is often lightly buried with some type of raking action, often done using vertical tillage tools. Utilizing these tools increases the success rate of germination by increasing seed-to-soil contact.[1]

Seeds sown in this manner are distributed unevenly, which may result in overcrowding. This method may not ensure that all seeds are sown at the correct depth. Incorrect depth, if too deep, would result in germination that would not allow the young plant to break the surface of the soil and prevent sprouting. If they are not sown evenly then there would be a lack of various nutrients from sunlight, oxygen etc in many crops or plants.

In addition, it is worth noting that not all seeds are good candidates for broadcast seeding. Often, only smaller seeds will sprout and continue to grow successfully when planted by way of broadcasting. In general, the larger the seed, the deeper it can be planted.

Aaradhya Sharma answered 6 days ago
I think (c)one is the answer

Pavithra Pavi answered 3 days ago
I think it's option c

Ml Das answered Jun 25, 2019
Of course boardcasting

Kaavya Navya answered May 17, 2019
C.broadcasting

Suprabha Rai answered Mar 27, 2020
Broadcasting is the manual method of sowing seeds

Lily Thokchom answered Aug 12, 2019
I think broad casting is the correct answer

Dixit Gartan answered Apr 10, 2020
Answer is winnowing

Godina Hemaganesh answered 3 weeks ago
Broadcast seeding is of particular use in establishing dense 
plant
 spacing, as for 
cover crops
 and 
lawns
. In comparison to traditional drill planting, broadcast seeding will require 10–20% more seed. It's simpler, faster, and easier than traditional row sowing. Broadcast seeding works best for plants that do not require singular spacing or that are more easily thinned later.
[1]
 After broadcasting, seed is often lightly buried with some type of 
raking
 action, often done using vertical tillage tools. Utilizing these tools increases the success rate of germination by increasing seed-to-soil contact.
[1]
Seeds sown in this manner are distributed unevenly, which may result in overcrowding. This method may not ensure that all seeds are sown at the correct depth. Incorrect depth, if too deep, would result in germination that would not allow the young plant to break the surface of the soil and prevent sprouting. If they are not sown evenly then there would be a lack of various nutrients from sunlight, oxygen etc in many crops or plants.
In addition, it is worth noting that not all seeds are good candidates for broadcast seeding. Often, only smaller seeds will sprout and continue to grow successfully when planted by way of broadcasting. In general, the larger the seed, the deeper it can be planted.

Pavan Gowda answered 3 weeks ago
Broadcasting is sowing of seeds but irrigation is water ing plants

Diya Pal answered 6 days ago
C is the correct answer.

Malisha Twinkle answered May 07, 2020
Option b.) Broadcasting is the answer

Manvi Singh answered Apr 13, 2020
Answer is c part

Gupta Nidhi answered 4 weeks ago
B Broqdcasting

Parth Sharma answered Mar 27, 2020
Option b is correct

Shreeja Chakrabortty answered 2 weeks ago
The correct answer is option C, that is broadcasting

Thandapani Palanisami answered Apr 28, 2020
The answer is c broadcasting as it is amanual method of sowing

Kiran Varma answered 4 weeks ago
The answer to this question is broadcasting.It is the process of sowing seeds either by hand or seed drill

Kanchan Kumari answered 4 weeks ago
C is the correct answer

Mohinder Kaur answered 6 days ago
The answer is option (b) broadcasting ,agar mera answer thik hai to vote plz , reply me and share this answer

Chetna Giri answered 21 hours ago
The manual method of sowing seeds is also known as broadcasting.

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