NABTEB Agric Science Questions and Answers – 2019 May/June Expo

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NABTEB Agric Science Questions and Answers

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👑 2019 NABTEB AGRIC SCIENCE ANSWERS👑

100% VERIFIED AGRIC SCIENCE OBJ ANSWERS

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(1a)
Machine: This requires the use of machines and engines like planters, harvesters, ploughs, harrows, ridgers to carryout various farm operations like ploughing, harrowing, weeding, etc. They facilitate the cultivation of large hectares of land.

(1b)
Animals: This is a type of power derived from some animals which are used to perform certain farm operations. Animals like the bull are used for pulling ploughs, harrows, planters etc

(1c)
Electricity: This is derived from electricity or generators. It is used for many purposes. It is a neat or clean source of energy. It is very efficient and reliable but expensive

(1d)
Solar: This is derived from radiation of light and heat reaching the earth’s surface from the sun. The energy from the sun is the ultimate source of energy.

(1e)
Farm machinery refers to various types of machines used in the farm. This includes planters, harrows, ploughs, tractors etc
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(6a)
(i) Retailers
(ii) Co-operatives societies
(iii) Wholesalers
(iv) Individual or private middlemen

(6bi)
– Membership is voluntary
– The welfare of members is important to the society
– There is equality among members since each person has one role
– Each member is equally qualified for participation in the management of the society

(6bii)
– They have close contact with producers
– They provide storage facilities
– They grant loans to members
– They also provide transportation services

(6c)
– It can work for a small group of farmers
– More attention is given to an individual farmers than any other method
– It gives and is obtains information that will be useful to farmers and researchers

(6d)
– Agricultural development project
– River basin and rural development authorities
– Farm settlement schemes
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(3a)
Forestry is the study and management of forests and forest resources.

(3b)
(i) It provides food such as fruits, bush meat and vegetables
(ii) It provides medicinal herbs used by local healers and pharmaceutical industries
(iii) It serves as wind break
(iv) It prevents soil erosion
(v) It serves as tourist center
(vi) It is a source of raw materials

(3c)
(i) Iroko
(ii) Mahogany
(iii) Obeche
(iv) Camwood
(v) Afara
(vi) Opepe

(3d)
(i) It protects the soil from erosion
(ii) Undesirable species species of timber are eliminated by this method
(iii) It ensures the concentration of selected species of timber in a forest
(iv) It serves as a revenue base for the government
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(5a)
(i) Climatic factor : These includes rainfall, temperature, drought, wind etc. They determine the kind of crops and animals to be produced.
(ii) Biotic factor : These are factors like soil organisms, pests and diseases, weeds etc
(iii) Edaphic factor : These includes soil texture, soil structure soil acidity and soil types
(iv) Human factor : This refers to the activities of human being like deforestation, bush burning etc

(5b)
(i) He organises all the activities on the farm
(ii) He keeps the general records of the farm
(iii) He determines the scale of production
(iv) He supervises accounts and book keeping
(v) He supervises the work on the farm
(vi) He sets production targets and wage level.

(5c)
(i) Loans from commercial banks
(ii) Money from personal savings
(iii) Loans from Agricultural banks
(iv) Grants from government agencies

(5d)
(i) Farm dairy
(ii) Farm inventory
(iii) Animal evaluation
(iv) The cash book receipts and payment record
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(7a)
TABULATE
-Symptoms
* increase in body temperature
* Diarrhoea and dehydration

– Diseases
* Mastitis

-Prevention /Control
* Vaccination
* Prevent metabolic

(7b)
– Symptoms
* Blood stained, diarrhoea and pale comb poultry

-Diseases
* Rinder pest or cattle plague

-Prevention/Control
* Regular vaccination
* Isolation of infected animals

(7c)
-Symptoms
* Sudden death and oozing of blood from the anus,nose and mouth after death in cattle

– Diseases
* Anthrax

-Prevention/Control-
* Proper sanitation
* Regular vaccination

(7d)
– Symptoms
* Constant cough, production of stingy sputum mixed with blood or pus in cattle

– Diseases
* Tuberculosis

-Prevention/Control
* Proper sanitation
* Regular vaccination

(7e)
-Symptoms
* Coughing and sneezing
* Paralysis, diarrhoea and lack of appetite

– Diseases
* Newcastle disease

– Prevention/Control
* Disinfection of poultry building
* Vaccination

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