AGRIC PRACTICAL

1a)
A- secateurs
B- shears
C- millet
D- head pan

1bi)
both have two sharp blades
1bii)
both are used for cutting
1biii)
both are first class levers

1ci)
keep in cool and dry place
1cii)
cleaning it regularly
1ciii)
spray light oil on areas prone to rust

1di)
it has two hands for lifting it
1dii)
it comprises a round container like bowl
1dii)
A- used for cutting the stem of plants and branches of small trees.
B- used for trimming plants
D- for carrying agric products or seeds in the farm

2a)
E – Dried clay soil
F – Dried Loamy Soil
G – Dried Sandy Soil
H – Earth worm

2bi)
Specimen E
-feel smooth when rubbed btw finger and thumb
-dense
2bii)
Specimen F
-darker in colouration
-less dense than clay soil

2c)
-Addition of organic matter
-Addition of fertilizer
-Constant watering

2d)
Specimen H
-it’s burrow create pores through which oxygen and water can
enter and Co2 can leaves the soil.
-it’s faeces improve the soil structures

2e)
-Potato
-Lettuce

3a)
I- Banana sucker
J- Oil palm seeding

3b)
I- used for transplanting (Not grown in beds)
J- Grown in beds & then transplanted

3c)
I- Musa Species
J- Elaeis guineasis

3d)
I- By division (Ie vegetative propagation)
J- By seed

3e)
Specimen J: can be raised in a nursery

3f)
-It has wider leave
-stem of I is soften

3g)
-Store produce from I at room temperature

3h)
-Skipper butterfly
-Spider mite

3i)
-Basal stem root

4a)
K-meat
L-guinea grass
M-round worm

4bi)
source of protein in food
4bii)
source of revenue

4ci)
chicken
4cii)
mutton

4di)
application of potash
4dii)
cutting down plants which shade them

4ei)
cutting
4eii)
foraging

4fi)
M-they feed on fleas,termites and many others that could damage crops
4fii)
M-help in cycling nutrients such as nitrogen

4gi)
avoid grazing on pastures and areas with large population of the worm
4gii)
ensure proper sanitation of the environment

COMPLETED

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