Some Important Question Related To Agriculture


India is the only country to have developed and grown hybrid cotton commercially.

▪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

▪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

Bolero Is 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: Iridaceae

▪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 propagated by means of bulbils (clove): Garlic

▪Edible banana fruit is seedless because of: Embryo 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

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