Important Points For Agriculture Competitive Examination


Important Points

  • Karnataka is the largest producer of coffee in the country.
  • China is the largest producing and consuming country of tobacco in the world whereas,
    India has third position in production of tobacco.
  • Phenyl mercuric acetate (PMA) is a chemical used in agriculture crops in order to:
    Reduce transpiration
  • Jowar is known as: Camel crop Kings of coarse grains
  • India is the second country after China to have commercialized the hybrid rice technology.
  • HD 2329 variety of wheat contributed maximum production during green revolution in India.
  • Plant rectangularity is: Plant to plant distance/row to row distance.
  • In water erosion 3 m deep and more than 18 m wide gully is known as: Small gully (G2)
  • 3-9 m deep and width of 18 m or more with side slope 8-15 % is known as: Medium gully (G3)
  • Edible part of cauliflower is: Curd
  • Blanching is an important process of: Cauliflower
  • Whiptail of cauliflower is due to: MO Deficiency
  • Pusa ruby is a variety of: Tomato
  • Swaran roopa is the early variety of: Litchi
  • Pajaro is the variety of: Strawberry
  • Bolerois the variety of: Marigold
  • Richest source of vitamin C is: Barbados cherry
  • Largest importer of cut flower in the world: Germany
  • The dwarf variety of mango: Amrapali
  • California Papershell is the variety of Almond
  • Fruit of rose is known as: Hips
  • Fruit of okra is a: Capsule
  • Coconut fat is a rich source of: Lauric acid
  • Coconut is propagated by: Seeds
  • Mango is mostly propagated through: Veneer grafting
  • Inflorescence of cauliflower is known as: Cyme
  • Inflorescence of cabbage is known as: Cat ken
  • Black heart of potato is due to: 02 deficiency
  • Pusa snowball is a variety of: Cauliflower
  • India’s share in the fruit production in the World is: 10%
  • Development of fruits without fertilization is called: Parthenocarpy
  • Development of embryo without fertilization is known as: Apomixis
  • Oleoresin is an important product of: Chilli seeds or spices
  • Kesar (saffron) belong to the family of: Iridiceae
  • Concentration of sugar is used for preservation is : 60-70 %
  • Mango variety suitable for high density planting is: Amrapali
  • Most salt tolerant fruit crop is: Date Palm
  • Fruit repining hormone is: Ethylene
  • A form of low pruning upto 2 m height of stem is called as Pollarding
  • Early variety of ber is: Gola, Seb
  • Planting season for deciduous plants is Jan-Feb
  • The varicy of date- palm is used for dry dates (Chhuhara) Halawi
  • Generally fruits are in: Acidic nature
  • Baradari is an important feature of: Mughal garden
  • The fruit of pine apple is known as: Sorosis
  • Which crop is propogated by means of bulbils (clove): Garlic
  • Edible banana fruit is seedless because of: Ambryo abortion
  • Multistoried cropping is popular in: Coconut plantation
  • Which is the late ripening cultivar of ber: Umran
  • The exclusion of micro-organism is known as: Asepsis
  • Production of vegetables out of their normal season (off
    season) is known as: Vegetable forcing
  • ‘Alphanso” variety of mango is grown in: Maharastra
  • The chemical preservative used for colorless fruits is: KMS
  • Shade loving annual flower plant is: Salvia
  • The commonly cultivated variety of table pea in India is: Bonneville
  • Crescent is well known for: Flower arrangement
  • Saffron is obtained from: Style and Stigma
  • Grapes are generally dried in: Sun
  • Sago(Sabudana) is prepared from: Roots of Cassava/Topiaca
  • Feni (drink) is prepared by: Cashew apple & Coconut
  • Cider is prepared by: Apple & pear
  • Tea is commonly propagated by: Soft wood cutting
  • Origin place of Date palm is: Iraq
  • Spacing recommended for Pusa Nanha variety of papaya is: 1.25 x 1.25 m
  • Maximum litchi producing state is: Bihar
  • Onion variety which is suitable for export & having yellow
    colour: Phule suwarna
  • The hard fruits of citrus are due to the: Boron deficiency
  • Bael is the richest source of: Vit-B2 (riboflavin)

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