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Paper 1 | Objectives
One factor which differentiates a subsistence from a commercial farmer is that the former produces
A. for the benefit of his community
B. only one type of crop
C. for the benefit of his family
D. raw materials for agro-based industries
Which of the following land tenure systems encourages the establishment of permanent crops?
A. freehold system
C. leasedhold system
The land tenure system that results in fragmentation of land is
B. government tenancy
The use of land for agriculture is not influenced by
Igneous rocks formed within the crust are called
Clay particles are able to attract cations in the soil because they
A. are positively charged
B. have excess negative charges
C. are sticky
D. can be moulded
What is the percentage porosity of a soil sample whose volume is 250cm when the volume of air is 200cm?
The most important soil micro-organism causing decay and nutrient recycling are
A. bacteria and fungi
B. fungi and algae
C. algae and actinomycetes
D. bacteria and algae
Which of the following soil water is tightly held to the surface of soil particles?
A. hygroscopic water
B. gravitational water
C. capillary water
D. superfluous water
Which of the following processes will not lead to the loss of nutrients from the soil?
A disadvantage of using organic manure on the soil is that
A. it decreases the potassuim content of the soil
B. diseases spread fast
C. it increases the humus content of the soil
D. it reduces the rate of soil water evaporation
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