2018/2019 WAEC EXPO RUNZ: AGRIC PRACTICAL QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS NOW AVAILABLE HERE




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2018/2019 WAEC EXPO RUNZ: AGRIC PRACTICAL QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

(1a)

Specimen A

– It is used for falling of trees
– It is used for cutting the roots during stumping.
– It is used for cutting logs of woods into smaller pieces

Specimen B

– It is used for lifting and tuning the soil
– It is used for levelling of the soil
– It is used for digging holes during transplanting

Specimen D

– It is used for transplanting of seedling
– It is used for applying manure after and before planting
– It is used for nursery operation / practice

Specimen F

– It is used for pulverizing the soil
– it is used for aerating the soil
– It is used for transplanting seedlings

(1b)

– The Metal part should be sharpened when blunt
– The metal part should be oiled or greased to prevent rusty
– The wooden part should be stored or kept in a place that termite cannot eat it
– Store in a cool and dry place

(2a)

Specimen G – Ph = 7 (neutral)
Specimen H – Ph = 1-4 (acidic)
Specimen I – Ph = 8-14 (alkaline or bionic)

(2ci)

If the Ph is 4.5 it shows that it is slightly acidic

(2cii)

– It destroys the root of plant
– It prevent the uptake of food from the root system
– it prevent the normal growth of plant except plant like tomatoes

(2ciii)

– Washing away of soil nutrients by erosion
– Planting operations like Monocropping
– Excessive use of land of a long period of time

(3a)

Specimen J – is weavil
Specimen K – is beetle
Specimen L – is mosaic disease
Specimen M – is fruit rot

(3b)

– It Causes Low Yield
– It Reduces The farmers income
– Transmission of diseases
– It causes the death of plants
– They bore into seed

(3c)

Specimen J

– By the use of chemicals
– By the use of pesticides
– By through handpicking

Specimen K

– Through the use of pesticides
– By handpicking
– By the use of chemicals

Specimen L

– Through the practice of crop rotation
– By using fungicides

Specimen M

– Through the use of rodenticide
– By setting traps for the rodent

(4a)

– Cattle
– Sheep
– Goat

(4b)

Specimen N

– It sucks the blood of its host.
– It reduces the size of its host
– It reduces the market value of its host
– It kills it’s host

Specimen O

– It kills it’s host
– It reduces the quality of its host
– It causes anaemia to its host
– It sucks the blood of its host

(4c)

– By proper sanitation measures
– By handpicking
– By dipping the infected host in chemicals
– By using insecticides
– By isolation of infected animals
– By quarantine

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