2018 JAN/FEB WAEC GCE Agric Practical Answers/Expo/Dubs/Runz

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? 2018 JAN/FEB WAEC AGRIC PRACTICAL  ANSWERS?

100% VERIFIED AGRIC PRACTICAL  ANSWERS
(2a)
A – Sickle
B – Cutlass
C – Hoe

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(2b)
Uses of A:
(i) It is use for harvesting crops
(ii) cutting succulent forage chiefly for
feeding livestock.

Uses of B:
(i) For clearing bushes
(ii) For cutting trees or logs

Uses of C:
(i) For removing weed
(ii) For harvesting root crops I.e tuber

(2c)
(i)Store or keep in a clean place
(ii) Wooden handles should be well set, strong and durable if defective they should replaced
(iii) Metal parts should be oiled or greased to prevent rusting
(iv) Sharpen if necessary before and after
use. Sharp tools make work easy
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(3a)
I – Berry
II – Drupe

(3b)
I
(i) Possoession of oil gland
(ii) Possession of many seed
(iii) Endocarp is divided into chambers

II
(i) Possession of hard endocarp
(ii) Possession of succulent mesocarp
(iii) Possession of edible epicarp

(3c)
(i) By pressing
(ii) By frying

(3d)
Peel off the skin of the cassava tubers. Try as much as possible not to peel too deep. Wash the peeled tubers. Use a lot of water because this is the only washing you are going to do. Cut the tubers into medium sizes. This is because they are going to be ground in a grinding machine. Smaller sizes increases the speed. Take them to the machine (usually a very large one) and grind them. After the grinding, the cassava powder (still watery) need to be packed in long bags and drilled to ultimate dryness in a jack for 2-3 days.
Using a wide sieve, sieve off the fine cassava powder from other particles. Then, using a wide frying pan, fry the powder in reasonable portions until it becomes very dry and brittle. Then Pack your garri in a dry place.

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