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Continuing Education Agriculture
Which term describes a non-native plant that has adapted to the new environment and has become established as a native?
  1. Alienated
  2. Nuturalized
  3. Immigrated
  4. Nationalized
Continuing Education Agriculture
A plant whose young leaves exhibit yellow between the veins while the veins remain green is suffering from                 deficiency.
  1. Iron
  2. Maganese
  3. Sulfer
  4. Nitrogen
Continuing Education Agriculture
A method of lawn establishment that uses cores or small prices of turf planted a few inches apart is known as:
  1. Islanding
  2. Plugging
  3. Puddling
  4. Sadding
Continuing Education Agriculture
Pruning shoot tips will include:
  1. Leaf Drop
  2. Root Development
  3. Lateral Bud Growth
  4. Terminal Meristem Growth
Continuing Education Agriculture
What term refers the ability to withstand prolonged cold temperatures?
  1. Capability
  2. Aptitude
  3. Capacity
  4. Hardiness
Continuing Education Agriculture
Which one of the following would NOT be included in a landscaping if an effort were being made to enhance fragrance?
  1. Honeysuckle
  2. Lilac
  3. Rose
  4. Russian Olive
Continuing Education Agriculture
What emblem component is symbolic of knowledge and wisdom?
  1. Owl
  2. Eagle
  3. Rising Sun
  4. Cross Section of Ear of Corn
Continuing Education Agriculture
The letters in the "ACE" principle stand for:
  1. Africa, Central America, Europe
  2. Animal, Consumer, Environment
  3. Acting, Contributing, Executing
Continuing Education Agriculture
The cross section of the ear of corn is symbolic of what on the emblem?
  1. Foundation
  2. Wisdom
  3. America
  4. New Day
Continuing Education Agriculture
Which of the following is an EXEMPT RUPP material
  1. Bone Meal
  2. Milk Products
  3. Food Processing Waste
  4. Salvage Pet Food
Continuing Education Agriculture
A horse must be fed 2-3 times per day.
  1. True
  2. False
Continuing Education Agriculture
Body Condition, can be used to monitor nutrition, reproduction, and health programs for dairy herds.
  1. True
  2. False
Continuing Education Agriculture
Horses cannot burp or vomit.
  1. True
  2. False
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