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Agriculture Questions - All Grades

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Grade 9 Agriculture
Fertilizers and pesticides have slowed the ability of farmers to produce high-yielding crops.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 8 Agriculture
Drip irrigation delivers water directly to what?
  1. to aquifers
  2. to farmers
  3. to the roots of crops
  4. to fields
Grade 5 Agriculture
The process of planting different crops on the same land in different years to help in adding nutrients back in the soil
  1. contour plowing
  2. terracing
  3. crop rotation
  4. fertilization
Grade 5 Agriculture
The process of adding fertilizer to soil to replace nutrients used up by previous crops
  1. crop rotation
  2. fertilization
  3. strip farming
  4. terracing
Grade 4 Agriculture
Which way of planting can reduce water erosion on a steep hillside?
  1. strip cropping
  2. terracing
  3. contour plowing
  4. crop rotation
Grade 10 Agriculture
Which of the following is an example of organic farming?
  1. hydroponics
  2. crop rotation
  3. fish farm
  4. battery farming
Grade 9 Agriculture
             Cover Crop             An important type of fertilizer because it provides nutrient value when it is plowed into the soil.
Grade 11 Agriculture
Mass-produced farm machinery makes efficient, large-scale agriculture possible.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 8 Agriculture
            Terracing            is a method in which steep-sided, level topped areas are built onto the sides of steep hills and mountains so that crops can be grown.
College Agriculture
Green revolution techniques
  1. focus on organic farming
  2. have contributed to an increased diversity of foods in the human diet
  3. have increased crop yields but may not be sustainable
  4. focus on preserving biodiversity
  5. focus on sustainability
College Agriculture
The 3 major agricultural crops are: rice, wheat, and tomatoes.
  1. True
  2. False
College Agriculture
Overirrigation can result in
  1. soil salinization and waterlogging
  2. leaching
  3. erosion
  4. crop rotation
  5. higher numbers of agricultural pests
College Agriculture
Agricultural (farm) subsidies are especially effective in helping preserve small "family farms."
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 4 Agriculture
What are 3 farming methods that save soil?
Grade 12 Agriculture
What is the most common method of propagating plants?
  1. sexual reproduction
  2. germination
  3. pollination
  4. seeds
Grade 7 Agriculture
In your own words, what is agriculture?
Grade 3 Agriculture
What advancement in farming allowed crops to grow well?
  1. hoses
  2. irrigation
  3. plowing the fields
  4. crop rotation
Grade 4 Agriculture
Cutting broad, flat areas in the sides of a steep mountain to grow crops is called                .
Grade 4 Agriculture
Planting a crop between rows of another crop is                .
Grade 9 Agriculture
What is a large fishing net that hangs vertically and is dragged horizontally in water to capture fish?
  1. net
  2. seine
  3. cage
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