Important Questions related to IBPS AFO

▪Crop which has highest K+ up take: Potato

▪The low pressure area near the equator called: Doldrums/1TCZ

▪Triacontanol is a growth stimulant obtains from: Leaves of Lucerne

▪Origin of soybean: China

▪Origin of tobacco: Mexico

▪State having highest area under summer maize is: Bihar

▪Indian Journal of Agriculture Sciences is published by: ICAR

▪Atmospheric pressure always decreases with: -Altitude.

▪Horizontal heat transfers from warmer area to cooler area, the effect is known as: Cloth line effect

▪In which effect vertical heat transfers from warmer to cooler crop area:Oasis effect

▪The enzyme of nitrogen reduction is: Nitrogenase

▪The element of nitrate reduction is the: Molybdenum.

▪Most of field crops require the pH range for optimum growth is: 6.5-7.0

▪Hence; cultivated mostly crops are: Acidic in nature

▪Depth of water required by a crop is known as: Delta

▪Area irrigated by one cusec discharge of water is: Duty

▪Period in days for which  irrigation is supplied to a crop
is: Base period

▪Rancidity in sunflower oil is due to: Oxidation.

▪Varieties of black gram are: T-9, Pant U-19

▪Famous variety of moth bean is: RMO-40, RMO-257

▪Beaufort scale is used to measure: Wind force/speed

▪One standard atmosphere is equal to 1013.25mb

▪Die back of shoots occur due to deficiency of: Copper

▪Occurrence of grey spots on leaves is due to deficiency of: Manganese (Mn).

▪Most destructive disease of sugarcane is: Red rot of  sugarcane.

▪Potatoes are borne on: Stolon

▪Potato tubers are a modified form of: Stem

▪Sowing of sugarcane in trench method is helpful to prevent: Lodging

▪For seed purpose carrot is grown as: Biennial

▪Boron is harmful to plants when concentration is: More than 3 ppm

▪Which crop has maximum productivity among the cereals: Maize

▪Kaolin is a type of anti-Transpirants: Reflecting type

▪Cycocel (CCC) is a: Growth retardants

▪Family of sesame: Pedaliaceae

▪Family of jute: Tilliaceae

▪Exhaustive family of crops is: Graminae

▪Origin of maize: Mexico

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