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CROP PRODUCTION (Revision for Half

Yearly) (8C-Biology)
Points:
14/16
1.Select your class
8A
8B
8C
8D
8E
8F
8G
8H
8I
8J
8K
2.Write your name
(-/1 Points)
Rishabh B

3.Organic wastes can be decomposed to form ________, which can sustainably


enhance the nutrient content of the soil.
(0/1 Points)
compost
Cow dung
Fertilizer
manure
4.Select the method(s) of irrigation which can be employed in an uneven land. (i)
Moat (ii) Sprinkler (iii) Chain pump (iv) Drip system
(1/1 Points)
(ii) & (iv)
only (iv)
(i), (ii) & (iii)
(i) & (ii)
5.Which of the following should be used by a farmer with a large farm to harvest
his crops quickly and efficiently?
(1/1 Points)
Winnowing machine
Combine
Sickle
Seed drill
6.In today’s world, where water is a scarce resource, which among the following
irrigation methods is most feasible and sustainable?
(1/1 Points)
Sprinkler system
Drip system
Tube well
Chain pumpo
7.Consider the following statements about weeding and identify the incorrect
one.
(1/1 Points)
Weeding is best done during tilling itself.
Weeding is the process of growing weed.
Weeding is the process of removal of weeds.
Weeding is usually done manually or by using weedicides.
8.What are the important steps in the preparation of soil?
(1/1 Points)
Loosening and sowing
Loosening and weeding
Turning and sowing
Turning and loosening
9.Which of the following is not a traditional irrigation method?
(1/1 Points)
Moat
Chain pump
Lever system
Drip system
10.If you were a farmer, which of the following methods will you use to separate
good quality and viable grains from a heap of grains after harvest?
(1/1 Points)
Checking the weight of grains.
Checking grains under sunlight for pores.
Immersing the grains in water.
Sowing seeds and waiting for germination.
11.Which of the following is used to preserve food grains at home?
(1/1 Points)
Spinach leaves
Curry leaves
Neem leaves
Tulsi leaves
12.What are the advantages of preparing the soil?
(1/1 Points)
Makes decomposition by microbes easier.
Makes the top soil nutrient rich.
Allows roots to penetrate the soil easily.
All of these
13.Rhizobium bacteria in the root nodules of leguminous plants help in fixing:
(1/1 Points)
Oxygen
Nitrogen
Sulphur
Hydrogen
14.Identify the agricultural method in which different crops are grown on a piece
of land season after season.
(1/1 Points)
Irrigation
Crop rotation
Hybridization
Horticulture
15.Which of the following animal is taken care of in animal husbandry?
(1/1 Points)
Rhino
Buffalo
Lion
Tiger
16.The process of loosening and turning the soil is known as:
(1/1 Points)
Winnowing
Ploughing
Harvesting
Threshing
17.Which of the following tool helps in uniform distribution of seeds while

sowing?
(1/1 Points)
Thresher
Seed drill
Funnel connected to pipes
Sprinkler