Edu Delight Tutors
Tapa Street Lagos Island

Part A: Objective
Read the following questions and pick the best answer from the given alternative
1.) _______ is the process of felling trees without planting another one
(a) afforestation (b) deforestation (c) mulching (d) degeneration

2.) Agriculture is best defined as the production of ______ for man’s use
(a) crop (b) fish (c) animal (d) crops and animals

3.) Aquate animals include the following except _____ (a) shark (b) fish (c) crab (d) chameleon

4.) ______ is the process of preventing food from being spoiled
(a) distribution (b) preservation (c) importation (d) exportation

5.) Scientists that study climate and weather conditions are called ____
(a) meteorologist (b) geographers (c) human wares (d) engineers

6.) The raw materials that are used in textile industry is _____
(a) yam (b) cocoa (c) cotton (d) oak

7.) Planting more than one crops on a piece of land and at the same time is called ____
(a) mixed cropping (b) monocropping (c) bush fallowing (d) inter planting

8.) The organ of the plant that manufactures food is the ____ (a) root (b) leaf (c) flower (d) seed

9.) Wooden farm structures are usually attacked by ____
(a) bee (b) termites (c) moths (d) cockroach

10.) All the following belong to poultry except ____ (a) pigeons (b) geese (c) pea cock (d) tilapia

11.) _____ is the branch of agriculture that deals with planting of trees
(a) fishery (b) forestry (c) sowing (d) planting

12.) Agriculture provides ____ for industries (a) raw materials (b) life (c) blood (d) capital

13.) ______ is the raw material that is used to produce beverages like bournvita or milo
(a) kola (b) cocoa (c) cashew (d) pawpaw

14.) ______ is added to the soil to improve its fertility (a) manure (b) clay (c) lizard (d) acid

15.) _____ is the uppermost part of the soil that support plants growth
(a) air (b) water (c) fire (d) soil

16.) ______ is used by farmers to transfer young plants from nursery to permanent site
(a) hand trowel (b) hand gloves (c) hand fork (d) handmade

17.) Agriculture was started by the____ (a) early men (b) bush men (c) foreign men (d) Londoners

18.) The branch of agriculture that deals with the education and orientation of farmers is known as agricultural ____ (a) radio (b) economic (c) extension (d) budget

19.) A farmer who provides foods mainly for his family is said to be practicing ____ agriculture (a) commercial (b) industrial (c) subsistence (d) local

20.) The early men were mostly wanderers that lived in ____
(a) hotels (b) garage (c) caves (d) mountains

21.) Goats, Cows and pigs are examples of ____ animals (a) domestic (b) wild (c) nice (d) wicked

22.) Lions, wolves and zebras are examples of _____ animals
(a) wild (b) domestic (c) deadly (d) nice

23.) The process whereby green plants manufacture their own food in the presence of sunlight is known as ____ (a) photosynthesis (b) vitamins (c) budgeting (d) resources

24.) The flat green organ in plant is called ____ (a) leaf (b) pestsl (c) budding (d) root

25.) The leaf is always attached to the stem by the ____ (a) stomata (b) stalk (c) apex (d) blade

26.) The major importance features of agriculture are provision of food, clothing and ____
(a) blood (b) weapon (c) shelter (d) peace

27.) Young fish reared in the ponds are called ____
(a) pond fish (b) fingerlings (c) tad pole (d) whale

28.) The use of complex or improved agricultural tools such as tractor, combined harvester in farming is known as ____ farming (a) domesticated (b) computerized (c) mechanized (d) rural

29.) A scientist that studies the behaviours and lives of animals is called a ____
(a) zoo (b) zoologist (c) expert (d) technician

30.) The part of plant that is fixed deep down in the soil is the ____
(a) root (b) shoot (c) leaf (d) leg

Part B: Theory
1.) Mention four farm records
2.) Mention four factors that are necessary for seed germination
3.) Mention four post planting operations
4.) Mention four people that are involved in agricultural science
5.) Fill the gaps
Raw materials Finished Goods / Product
a.) Cotton
b.) Timber
c.) Cocoa
d.) Oil Palm