# NABTEB GCE Agric Practical Questions and Answers – 2019 NABTEB GCE Expo

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# 👑 2019 NABTEB GCE AGRIC PRACTICAL ANSWERS👑

(1a)
Tractor

(1b)
(i) It encourages large scale farming
(ii) It improves the quality and quantity of farm produce.
(iii) It saves time
(iv) It reduces man power
(v) Increase farmers income

(1c)
(i) Keep the tractor clean everyday by removing muds.
(ii) Check water level daily and top when necessary.
(iii) Check oil level daily and top when necessary.
(iv) Check tyre pressure daily before operation.

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(1di)
The type of fuel needed to operate the tractor is diesel fuel or petrol.

(1dii)
Tractor with diesel engines do not use or require spark plugs but injectors while petrol tractors require the use of spark plugs.

(1diii)
(i) The machine should be serviced at regular intervals.
(ii) Worn-out tyres should be replaced.
(iii) Replace worn-out or weld broken parts of the machine.
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(2a)
To compose the porosity and water holding/retaining capacity of the three types of soil.

(2b)
A – funnel
B – water
C – cotton wool
D – measuring cylinder
E – drained water

(2c)
It is observed that water drains out from figure I first followed by figure II and lastly by figure III. Based on this, figure III retains more water while figure I retains less water.

(2d)
Percentage of the dry sample =(80 – 44)/80 × 100
= 36/80 × 100 = 45%

(2e)
Sample in figure II, which is Loamy soil.
Reasons:
(i) It has more organic matter.
(ii) It has moderate air space.
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(3a)
I – Tassel
II – Silks
III – Ear
V – Leaf sheath

(3b)
By seed

(3c)
(i) Reaping
(ii) Drying
(iii) Grinding
(iv) Flaking

(3d)
Combined harvester

(3e)
(i) Corn smut
(ii) Fusarium Stalk Rot

(3f)
(i) Use resistant varieties.
(ii) By destroying the diseased plants.
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(4a)

(4b)
A – Horn
B – Ear
C – Eye
D – Muzzle

(4ci)
(i) Pig
(ii) Rabbit
(iii) Snail

(4cii)
(i) Sheep
(ii) Cattle

(4ciii)
(i) Goat
(ii) cattle

(4d)
(i) Such animals are danger to the operator or manager.
(ii) They reduce space for other animals in the sheds.
(iii) They can harm other farm animals.

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