General Knowledge Questions Answer GK Quiz

GK General Knowledge - Agriculture Question Answer Quiz

Q. What culture should be given priority in groundnut cultivation?
1) Mycorrhiza
2) Rhizobium
3) Phosphobacteria
4) Azospirillum

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Q. Increasing human population put pressure on the natural resources such as land, soil, water, fossil fuels etc. IT causes -
I. Soil erosion
II. Salinization of soils
III. Desertification
IV. Eutrophication

1) I and II
2) I, II and III
3) III and IV
4) I, II, III and IV

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Q. Which of the following is/ are sustainable agricultural practices?
I. Mixed Cropping
II. Crop Rotation
III. Intercropping
IV. Integrated farming
Correct code is -

1) I, II and III only
2) II, III and IV only
3) I, III, and IV only
4) I, II, III and IV all

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Q. Which of the following terms is associated with Dairying?
I. Pasturisation
II. Homogenisation
III. Cream Neutralisation
Correct code is -

1) Only I
2) Only I and II
3) I, II and III all
4) Only II and III

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Q. Which of the following is/ are a method of propagation?
I. Cutting
II. Layering
III. Grafting
IV. Inarching
V. Budding
Correct code is -

1) I, II, and III only
2) II, III and IV only
3) III, IV and V only
4) I, II, III, IV and V

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Q. Which of the following is not a commercial crop?
1) Cotton
2) Jute
3) Potato
4) Sugarcane

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Q. Which of the following pairs is not matched correctly?
1) Red Revolution - Tomato Production
2) Round Revolution - Potato Production
3) Pink Revolution - Prawn Production
4) White Revolution - Milk Production

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Q. Which one of the following is a Rabi crop in the Northern States of India?
1) Rice
2) Bajra
3) Barley
4) Ragi

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Q. Which of the following is known as the Golden Fiber?
1) Jute
2) Cotton
3) Silk
4) Wool

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Q. The term soil impoverishment relates to which one of the following?
1) Soil erosion
2) Soil deposition
3) Soil getting very deficient in plant nutrients
4) Soil getting enriched with plant nutrients

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