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Paper 1 | Objectives
Land tenure system is a process of
A. conversing soil types
B. determining the suitability of soil for agriculture
C. acquiring land for agricultural purposes
D. determining mineral deficiencies of a soil
E. developing land for building indutries
The disadvantages of land fragmentation include the following except
A. difficulty in effecting soil conservation practices
B. unsuitability of mechanising such land
C. facilitating the use of simple and cheap tools
D. enhancing wastage of labour
E. wastage of time in moving from one plot to another
Which of the following is not component of soil?
C. organic matter
The soil nutrient which is important as a constituent of plant proteins and hormones is
Which of the following statement about crop rotation is not correct?
A. it involves alternating legumes with non-legumes
B. the use of legumes in rotation helps to maintain soil fertility
C. it encourages the build up of pests and diseases of crop
D. a good rotation system minimizes exposure of soil to erosion
E. it reduces infestation of land on rotation by weeds
Which of the following is the best way to reduce surface run-off on farmlands?
A. adding more clay to the soil
B. providing adequate plant cover
C. planting acrss the slope
D. planting annual crops
E. erecting strong fences round the farm
In the process of recycling carbon in nature, carbondioxide is used by crops during
Which of the following is a day-neutral crop?
During the processes of soil formation, the cracks or crevices that are first noticed on the rocks are normally caused by
The major climatic factors influencing agricultural activities in the tropics include the following except
Which of the following is not a way of maintaining soil fertility?
A. cover cropping
D. mixed farming
A soil with the PH range of 6.1 to 6.9 can be described as
B. very acidic
C. slightly alkaline
D. slightly acidic
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