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Jalpriya is a variety of Paddy.

Sugarcane + Potato is an intercropping system of Autumn season. Intercropping is

the cultivation of two or more crops simultaneously on the same field.
Seed-rate of potato per hectare is 40 quintal/hectare. (1quintal = 100KG) (1hectare
= 2.5 acres)
Deficiency symptoms of calcium on plants first appear at Terminal leaves.
Which weedicide(chemical weedkiller.) is used to kill broad leaf weeds in wheat ?
2, 4 - D.S.S. (WPSS)
Maya is the variety of Mustard.
The weed that causes Asthma is Parthenium.
Which crop requires maximum amount of nitrogen? Sugarcane
First dwarf variety of paddy developed in India is Govind.Dwarf breeds are
varieties of plants that are smaller than normal for their species.
Sprinkler irrigation is suitable, where the soil has "Clayey texture,Loamy
texture,Undulating topography".Sprinkler irrigation is a method of applying
irrigation water which is similar to natural rainfall.
Endosulphan is also known as Thiodan.(Endosulfan is an off-patent organochlorine
Phorate is called as systemic poison.(Phorate is an organophosphate used as an
insecticide and acaricide).
DDVP is known as Nuvan.(dichlorovinyl dimethyl phosphate is a organophosphate,
widely used as an insecticide to control household pests, in public health, and
protecting stored product from insects).
Seed treatment with Vitavex is the main controlling method of Downy mildew,Rusts
and Loose smut which are plant diseases. vitavex is a fungicide for the control of
seed and soil borne diseases.
Covered smut of barley(loose smut) is a disease of Internally seed-borne.
Castor cake is not edible.
In India, about 160 million hectare land is under cultivation.(As of now)
India's arable land area of 159.7 million hectares (According to Agri 2011 census).
The headquarters of Indian Meteorological( means of forecasting the weather)
Department was established in 1875 at Calcutta.
Moisture condensed in small drops upon cool surface is called Dew.
How many agro-climatic zones (ACZ) are found in India? 15
Tilt angle of a disc plough is generally 45.
Pudding is done to Reduce percolation of water,Pulverise and levelling soil and
Kill weeds.(Process of working saturated or near-saturated soil into soft
structureless mud. Tillage in lowland rice production systems is synonymous with
According to census 2011,
Total number of operational holdings were estimated as 138.35 million.(highest one
belonged to Uttar Pradesh)
The total operated area was 159.59 million hectare.(highest contribution was made
by Rajasthan)
The average size of the holding has been estimated as 1.15 hectare.
The average size of holdings has shown a steady declining trend over various
Agriculture Censuses since, 1970-71.
The Gross Cropped Area (GCA) was estimated at 193.76 million hectare.(Gross Cropped
Area (GCA) is the total area sown once as well as more than once in a particular
The Cropping Intensity as per Agriculture Census 2010-11 works out to 1.37.
Among various sources of irrigation, Tube-wells was main source of irrigation
followed by canals.
All India level, during 2010-11, the proportion of net irrigated area to net area
sown was 45.70 percent.
Agriculture Census in India is conducted at five yearly intervals.
The term agricultural holding indicates average size of agricultural land held by
the farmers in India.
The basic statistical unit for data collection is Operational Holding'.
Operational holding defined as "all land which is used wholly or partly for
agricultural production and is operated as one technical unit by one person alone
or with others without regard to title, legal form, size or location" is taken as
statistical unit for data collection in Agriculture Census.
The tenth Agriculture Census with reference year 2015-16 has been launched on 3rd
February, 2016.
The first Agriculture Census in the country was conducted with reference year 1970-
The current Agriculture Census with reference year 2010-11 is ninth in the series.
Agriculture Census is conducted in three distinct Phases.
Since, 1995-96 Census, data on gender of the holder are also collected.
Phase - III survey: popularly known as Input Survey, relates to collection of data
on the pattern of input use across various crops, regions and size groups of
Phase 1 survey: data on primary characteristics like number of operational holdings
and area operated by different size classes etc.
During Phase-II of the Census, holding schedule is canvassed in selected 20 percent
villages in each tehsil() for collecting detailed data on
characteristics of operational holdings such as irrigation status, tenancy
particulars, cropping pattern etc.
The Community Development Programme (CDP) was started in India on 2nd October,
1952.The Community Development Programme has been the biggest rural reconstruction
scheme undertaken by the government of free India.
The main unit of Integrated Rural Development Programme is Village.
The first Kshetriya Gramin Bank (KGB) was opened in India is 1975.
The main function of NABARD is Refinancing to agricultural financing institutions.
Rent theory of profit was given by F.A. Walker. Profits are the rent of ability and
they are similar to rent. Rent arises because of differences in fertility of land.
Similarly profits arise because of differences in ability. That is why it is called
the rent of ability.
In L.D.R., the profit will be maximum when MP > TP Law of Diminishing
Returns;Marginal product;Average product.
The period of 11th Five Year Plan is 2007-2012.
Acid rain contains mainly NO2.
Cell Organelle found only in plants are Plastids.
Proteins are synthesized in Ribosomes.
Milk fever is caused due to the deficiency of calcium.
Milk sugar is a type of Lactose.
Muriate of Potash is KCl.(potassium chloride).
Azotobacter fixes atmospheric nitrogen in the soil by Symbiotically and Non-
symbiotically.Azotobacter is biofertiliser promotes plant growth as well as
nitrogen fixation.
The chemical formula of iron pyrites is FeS2.
Rock phosphates are used in acidic soil.
Intervenous chlorosis is caused due to the deficiency of Fe(iron).Chlorosis is a
yellowing of leaf tissue due to a lack of chlorophyll which is responsible for the
green color of many plants.
Kinnow is the hybrid variety of Mandarin (orange).
The permanent preservative, which is used for preservation of fruit and vegetables,
is Potassium metabisulphate.
Whip tail disease of cauliflower is caused by deficiency of Molybdenum.
The word Agriculture is derived from Latin.
Motha (Grass nut) belongs to the family of Cyperaceae.
Wheat, Mustard(), Gram( ) are example of short day crops.
Sugarcane -Maize() Sudangrass() Bajra() is the sequence
of C4 plants.A C4 plant is a plant that cycles carbon dioxide into four-carbon
sugar compounds to enter into the Calvin cycle. These plants are very efficient in
hot, dry climates and make a lot of energy.
Water requirement : Jowar() -140 mm-300 mm; Soybean-300 mm -350 mm;Cotton-350
mm450 mm;Groundnut-200 mm300 mm.
In which state, are there biggest area, highest production and number of Sugar
Mills in relation to Sugarcane? Maharashtra
Acetic Acid,Wine,extraction of the starch(Fanina) are prepared from Potato.Starch
is a polymeric carbohydrate consisting of a large number of glucose units.
Uttar Pradesh is occupying which place in India, for Guava production Second.
Maharashtra tops the table.
HPS-1/113 is TPS variety of Potato; True Potato Seed (TPS)
What is VAM? Fungi VAM is used as an effective soil inoculant.VAM - Vascular
arbusculat mycorrhiza.
What is the main function of zinc in the plants ? Required for synthesis (The
combination of components) of Tryptophos. Tryptophan is an amino acid that is used
in the biosynthesis of proteins.
Floriculture - The production of flowers.
The total area under flower crops in 2012-13 was 232.70 thousand hectares.
Total area under floriculture in India is second largest in the world and only next
to China.
Factor "Seed" does not affect the nitrification.
Sheet Rill Gulley is the correct sequence of soil erosion.
Sheet erosion is the removal of soil in thin layers by raindrop impact and shallow
surface flow.
Rill erosion is erosion that results in small, short-lived and well-defined
streams.shallow drainage lines less than 30cm deep
Splash erosion is the first stage of the erosion process.
Splash erosion occurs when raindrops hit bare soil.
Gully erosion can be thought of as advanced rill erosion.In fact, if rills are not
addressed,they will grow into larger gullies.
Gullies are channels deeper than 30cm that cannot be removed by normal cultivation.
Zinc Sulphate (ZnSO4) should not be mixed with D.A.P.(Diammonium phosphate (DAP).
Insecticides are specific inhibitors of Blood Circulatory system.
The credit for the success of Krishi Vigyan Kendras (KVK) goes to Dr. Mangla
RAgriculture ai.
Cauliflower belongs to the family Cruciferae.
Which type of soil is best for knolkhol? Clayey loam
Which of the following soil type is most suitable for garlic cultivation ?Sandy
Average planting distance (R.P) of guava is 6 m.6 m
Which of the following soil type has the highest field capacity? Clay
The trade name of phorate is Phortox
The sprayers are cleaned before use by 1% hydrochloric acid.
The cyanogas pump is a /an Emulsifier(apparatus used for making an emulsion by
stirring or shaking a substance)
The main reason of Irish Famine in Potato was Late Blight disease.
The instrument, which is used for sowing of seed with fertilizer together at a
time, is Ferti-cum Seed drill
Seed treatment is done to control Seed-borne disease.
Salt tolerant crop is Cowpea.
Sahiwal is a breed of Zebu cattle which primarily is used in dairy production.
Stored grains can be saved from insect damage, if the grain moisture content is
DDT (dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane) is the pesticides banned in India.
Pulses fit well in cropping system as they are Moisture stress resistant crops.
Wheat is a Cereal crop.other cereal crops -> (Rice,Corn,Barley,Millet,Oats)
Autumn sugarcane is planted in month of October.
Seed-rate for timely sown wheat is 125 kg/ha.
Most critical stage in wheat for irrigation is C.R.I.(Crown root initiation ->part
of a root system from which a stem arises)
Popular variety of wheat in Uttar Pradesh is U.P. 2338.
KPG 59 (Udai) is a variety of Gram.
In plain, Rajma is cultivated during Kharif.
The kharif cropping season is from July October during the south-west monsoon.
Rabi cropping season is from October-March (winter)
The crops grown between March and June are summer crops.(Zaid crops).Main crops are
Watermelon;cucumber;muskmelon;sunflower;sugarcane;Bitter gourd;Pumpkin.
The terms kharif and rabi originate from Arabic language where Kharif means
autumn and Rabi means spring.
Main kharif crops include rice, maize, sorghum, pearl millet/bajra, finger
millet(Varagu Saamai Thinai )/ragi (cereals),arhar (pulses), soyabean, groundnut
(oilseeds), cotton.
The rabi crops include wheat, barley, oats (cereals), chickpea/gram (pulses),
linseed, mustard (oilseeds).
Which crop is recommended for Zaid season cultivation in Uttar Pradesh? Groundnut
The most efficient use of potassium is achieved by? Basal placement at the sowing
time. Broadcasting at sowing or planting (Basal application)
The term Extension was first used in U.S.A. Agricultural extension is the
application of scientific research and new knowledge to agricultural practices
through farmer education.
The first K.V.K. (Krishi Vigyan Kendra) in India was established in Pondicherry.
The ATMA(Agricultural Technology Management Agency) at district level would be
increasingly responsible for all the technology dissemination()
activities at the district level.
ATMA scheme was approved on 29th March, 2005.
For ATMA scheme,funding pattern is 90% by the central Government and 10% by the
state government.
The National Agricultural Technology Project (NATP), a World Bank-aided project, is
being implemented by the ICAR and the Department of Agriculture and Co-operation
(DAC) since November 1998.
Albert Mayer is the name associated with Etawah Pilot Project.(The idea of this
pilot project was conceived in 1945 but was put into action in September, 1948).
Targets mainy @Villagers.
Co-operative Credit Societies Act was passed in India in 1912.
Maximum photosynthesis takes place in Green light.
Farm Planning means Cropping pattern.
The first product of photosynthesis in C3 plant is Phospho-glyceric acid.
Bending of plants towards light is called Phototropism.
Germination is inhibited by U.V. light.
The best method of milking is Full hand method.
Line breeding is a type of Inbreeding.
Grey Revolution - Fertilizer production ; Green Revolution - Cerals production.
Tharparkar breed of cow is Dual purpose breed.
Cow and buffalo belong to the family Bovidae.
Livestock sector contributes 4.11% GDP and 25.6% of total Agriculture GDP.
How many labourers are required to run a 30 cows milch herd? 8.
How much calories (cal) may be obtained from 100 gram chicken egg? 175 cal
Main function of biofertilizer is To increase biological process.
How much tomato average production (q.) may be yield from one hectare? 160-275
Which type of soil is found near the canal banks? Alkaline
PSB,Vermicompost,NADEP are biofertilizer.
The method of organic composting was developed by a Gandhian worker and farmer
called Narayan Deo Pandharipande of Pusad in Yavatmal district of Maharashtra
In which form is nitrogen absorbed by paddy under waterlogged condition? Nitrate
The optimum temperature for the Banana crop is 23C.
Narendra-6 (NA-6): A mid maturing variety; a selection from Chakaiya(Amla).
Red soil is poor in which of the following nutrients? Nitrogen and Potassium.
A farming system in which airable crops are grown in alleys formed by trees or
shrubs, to establish soil fertility and to enhance soil productivity, is known as
Alley cropping.
Arable farming involves growing crops such as wheat and barley rather than keeping
animals or growing fruit and vegetables
The cropping intensity of Groundnut + Arhar( )
Sugarcane is 150%.
The scented variety of paddy is Type-3.
From which language is the word Agronomy taken? Greek (horticulture -latin)
Tarameera is belonged to which family? Cruciferae
Taramira oil or jamba oil, is a seed oil, pressed from the seeds of the arugula.
The size of clay particles are < 0.002 mm
When one plant has both male and female flowers separately, is called? Monoecious
Aamrapali is the cross of Dashaheri x Neelam.
Seed-plot technique is adopted in Potato.
The origin of litchi is China.
Seed-plot technique is adopted in Potato. The seed plot technique is a seed
production method used at farm level, mainly for the farmers' own seed supply.
Seed Plot Technique of potato is used to produce Virus free seeds.
Seed plot technique (SPT) was fist discovered by Dr.Puskarnath.
Father of agronomy is Pietro de' Crescenzi (Italy).
Father of green revolution is Dr.Norman Borlaug (USA).
Father of cooperative movement in India is Sir Nicholson.
Gray revolution - Manures and fertilizer
Red revolution -Meat/Tomato production.
Round revolution - potato production
Silver revolution - Egg or Poultry production
Pink revolution - Prawn production
Golden revolution - Fruit production.
Black revolution - Bio fuel (Jatropha).
Prabhani revolution - Okra
Rainbow revolution - Overall development of agriculture (1996)
Brinjal, often called the "King of Vegetables.
Amrapali is a mango variety introduced in 1971. It was developed as a hybrid
variety of Dasheri and Neelum by Dr. Pijush Kanti Majumdar at the Indian
Agriculture Research Institute at Pusa, Delhi IARI.
When one plant has both male and female flowers separately, is called Apomixis.
Per Capita Availability of Milk in India has Increased from 176 grams per day in
1990-91 to 322 grams per day by 2014-15
How many labourers are required to run a 30 cows milch herd? 6
'Tharparkar' breed of cow is Dual purpose breed (milking and draught potential.)
High-yielding varieties of wheat were primarily developed by Indian scientist by
crossing- breeding traditional varieties with Mexican varieties .
The desired varieties of economically useful crops are raised by hybridisation .
The Mexican dwarf wheat variety was developed by Dr.Norman Borlaug (USA).
Growing of two or more crops simultaneously on the same piece of land is called
mixed cropping.
Aims of plant breeding are to produce disease-free,high-yielding,early-maturing
Norin-10 gene from Japan is dwarf gene of wheat.
Composted manure is produced from rotten vegetables and animal refuse.
First bioinsecticide developed commercial scale was sporeine.
Example of a weed of rabi season that infest wheat crop is Chenopodium .
The process by which nutrient chemicals or contaminants are dissolved and carried
away by water, or are moved into a lower layer of soil is called leaching.
Pyrethrum and Nicotine are natural insecticide.
Water logging of soil makes it physiologically dry because this condition does not
allow oxygen to enter the soil.
The most important weed against which eradication measures would be taken on war
footings is Parthenium .
Bioherbicides have been recommended to prevent ecodegradation.(Bio/Eco degradation
is the disintegration of materials by bacteria, fungi, or other biological means)
Chemicals is used for causing defoliation of forest trees 2, 4-D.
The principal cereal crop of India is rice.
Major food crops of the world blong to gramineae.
Green manure plants used by farmers mainly belong to leguminosae.(Green manures are
fast-growing plants sown to cover bare soil. Often used in the vegetable garden).
A water-fern, which is used as a green manure in rice fields, is Azolla.
Phosphorus is not present in a nitrogenous base.
Although a deficiency of any one of the elements listed may result in chlorosis,
only one of these elements is an element found in chlorophyll. Which is it?
Magnesium .
Which of the following elements is almost non essential for plants? Na (Sodium)
The science concerned with vegetable culture is called olericulture.
Banana fruit is classified in the category Berry.
Colostrum is First product of mammary glands after parturition
Gossypium Hirsutum is the botanical name of American Cotton.
Agricultural Extension relates to Educating farmers.
When soil surface is protected with residue of a crop, the practice is called
Bhagnari is a breed of cow.
Afforestation means To convert land into forest.
Population genetics is based on Hardy Wienbergs law.
Population genetics is the study of genetic variation within populations, and
involves the examination and modelling of changes in the frequencies of genes and
alleles in populations over space and time
Inqalab 91 is a variety of Wheat.
Crops produced in hilly areas are low in ----------------
Crossing over occurs between Homologous Chromosomes.
Gypsum is rich source of Calcium + Sulphur.
F.A.O. has its headquarters in Rome, Italy
Organic matter in soil helps in Improving soil structure
Seed cotton means Seed with lint.
The ploidy level of American Cotton is Tetraploid. Ploidy is the number of sets of
chromosomes in a cell.
The term 'Vertebrate Pest' refers to skeletal animals that have reached a
population that causes problems of an economic, social or environmental nature.
Vertebrate pests of crops include Wild Boars(wild swine or Eurasian wild pig).
Sericulture means Rearing of Silk worms.
Gossypium Hirsutism is the botanical name of American Cotton.
Genetically Modified Organism (GMO) is the term used for the organism produced
through the application of Genetic Engineering.
Genetic Engineering - The deliberate modification of the characteristics of an
organism by manipulating its genetic material.
Highest nutrient concentration causes a phenomenon in plant growth known as
Toxicity which is the degree to which a substance can damage an organism
The process of synthesizing food by the plants in the presence of sunlight is
called as Photosynthesis.
IPM stands for Integrated Pest Management.
KATJA is cultivar(a plant variety) of Apple.
Pome fruits includes Apple,Pear(),Quince().
Zizypus jujuba is the botanical name of jujube fruit( ).
Wheat is placed in Cereals crops.
Nili is a breed() of Buffalo.
The science of fruit production is called Pomology.
Scirtothrips citri is a pest attacking Citrus
Mangifera indica is a botanical name of mango.
A USEFUL measure of the photosynthetic efficiency of plants is 'net assimilation
rate' (NAR)
IBPGR stands for International Board for Plant Genetic Resources(Bioversity
International) HQ @ Maccarese, Rome, Italy.
CGIAR (Consultative Group for International Agricultural Research) HQ @
Montpellier, France.
IUCN stands for International Union for Conservation of Nature - Gland, Switzerland
IFAD stands for International Fund for Agricultural Development-(Chief Gilbert
Houngbo) - Rome, Italy - Member of UN Group
Texture of soil is Relative proportion of soil particles.
Inqlab-91 is a cultivar of wheat.
Cotton is fiber.
NMR stands for Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (Research technique that exploits the
magnetic properties of certain atomic nuclei)
Water stress is Shortage of water and Water logging.
Waterlogging occurs when roots cannot respire due to excess water in the soil
Free living animal that attacks and feed on other organisms is Predator.
A decrease in the governmentally define value of currency is Devaluation.
Sex nucleus that fuses with another in sexual reproduction is Gamete.
The actual amount of water present in air is called absolute humidity.
Rearing of honeybees is called Apiculture
Plants which drop their leaves during winter are called decidious plants.
An individual with both male & female genitalia is called hermaphrodite(a person or
animal having both male and female sex organs).
Arid agriculture means agricultural practices in arid areas.
A region is arid when it is characterized by a severe lack of available water.
Botanical name of wheat is Triticum aestivum
About 71 percent of the Earth's surface is water-covered, and the oceans hold about
96.5 percent of all Earth's water.
Citrus has its origin in Indo-Chinese region.
The science of classification is called Taxonomy.
Grapes cultivation is called Viticulture.
Tomato is a good source of vitamin C.
Histosols are found in Canada and Alaska. Histosol is a soil consisting primarily
of organic materials.
Age of earth is 4.543 billion years.
A group of similar looking plants that has approved for general cultivation in a
ecological zone is called Variety.
The basic set of chromosomes in case of wheat is 7
In DNA, adenine always pair with Thymine. DNA(Deoxyribonucleic acid)
Mushrooms are member of oomycetes.
Most fungal disease spread out in Wet & Cold.
Tikka disease(leaf spot disease) is a major disease of groundnut in india.
The fruits and vegetables contain an insoluble stiffening material called
Protopectin (any of a group of water-insoluble pectic substances occurring in
Substances added intentionally to foods for the purpose of making more profit
termed as Food adulterants.
Lepus capensis is the name of "Cape hare".(desert hare and the native is Africa).
Establishment of new crop naturally or artificially is Silviculture.(growing and
cultivation of trees.)
The measure of fluids resistance to sheer or angular deformation is called as
Ploidy level of maize plant is Diploid.
Dajal is a breed of Draft animal.(Draft animal, any domesticated animal used in
drawing heavy loads)
Maize plant has its origin in USA.
True potato seed is the Seed developed within the fruit of potato.
"CIMMYT"(International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center) is an organization
working for the improvement of Wheat and maize.HQ is at Edomex,Mexico.
In various plant metabolic processes "PPP" stand for Pentose Phosphate Pathway.
Arachnids( ) are the arthropods with Four pairs of legs.
Inbred lines (nearly identical to each other in genotype due to long inbreeding)
are developed through selection and inbreeding in Cross pollinated crops.
Cross pollination is the transfer of pollen grains from the another of a flower to
the stigma of a flower of a different plant of the same species.
Safflower() is a Oil producing plant.
Soil structure can be improved with addition of Organic matter.
Mechanism in which the product of metabolic pathway inhibits an enzyme catalysing
an early step is called Feed back inhibition.
The most suitable part of the plant for the study of Meiosis is Anther.
The shrinkage of protoplasm(colourless material comprising the living part of a
cell) due to osmosis of water from the cell is known as Plasmolysis.
The most abundant compound in nature is Cellulose.
Antibiotics are produced by the Micro-organisms.
The amino acids which cannot be synthesized by the mammals are called Essential
amino acids.
Quantitative traits are measurable traits that show Continuous variation.
A quantitative trait is a measurable phenotype that depends on the cumulative
actions of many genes and the environment.
The process of programmed cell death is called Apoptosis.
Chloroplast - a plastid in green plant cells which contains chlorophyll and in
which photosynthesis takes place.
The accumulation of CO2 in large quantities in the atmosphere causes the problem of
Green house effect.
The ovary in plants matures into Fruit.
The first step in Photosynthesis is Excitation chlorophyll electron.
Fossil Fuel(Non-renewable resources) - a natural fuel such as coal or gas, formed
in the geological past from the remains of living organisms.
Renewable resources are replenished naturally and over relatively short periods of
Non-renewable energy resources, like coal, nuclear, oil, and natural gas, are
available in limited supplies. This is usually due to the long time it takes for
them to be replenished.
A plant disease caused by bacteria is called Crown gall.
Enzymes are chemically Proteins. Enzymes- Substance produced by a living organism
which acts as a catalyst to bring about a specific biochemical reaction.
A condition when there is excessive produce in the market which lowers down price
is Market glut.
Increased vigour growth of a hybrid over parents is called Heterosis.
Cropping pattern in which the 2nd crop is started amidst the first crop before it
has been harvested is called Relay cropping.
Time factor of cold days needed by certain plants to produce a bud Vernalization.
A natural dropping of leaves, flowers and other plant parts is called Abscission.
International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT) is at
Telangana, India.
Flax is Fibre producing plant.
Plants having flowers of only one sex are Dioecious.
Area which can be economially irrigated by an irrigation system is called Command
A group of plants having identical genetic makeup from a single parent is called
Cation exchange capacity (CEC) is the total capacity of a soil to hold exchangeable
cations.It influences the soil's ability to hold onto essential nutrients and
provides a buffer against soil acidification
Breakdown of nitrate and nitrite by bacteria in an anaerobic condition is called
The expectation of occurence of a particular event is called Probability.
Organic farming is important because of GMOs (genetically modified organisms),Toxic
free plants,Eco friendly,Healthy for humans
Oryza Sativa is the botanical name of Rice.
Citrus canker is a disease affecting Citrus species caused by the bacterium
Cholistani, Kali, Damani, Kachi and Bibrik are some of the breeds of Sheep.
Inflation of mammary glands of milch animals is called Mastitis.
Patoto is an example of root crop (any of various fleshy edible underground roots
or tubers)
Tobacco is an example of Zaid rabi crop.
Peanuts are Legumes (especially those used for feed, food, or as a soil-improving
crop.)peas, beans are another set of examples.
Money maker, Roma, Red top are some of the varieties of Tomato.
Swollen underground stem; an organ of food storage and propagation is called Tuber.
Plants having soft, non woody growth are called Herbaceous.
Removal of exchangeable sodium from the soil is called Desodication.
Enzymes are biocatalysts and their nature is Protein.
Khapra beetle is the pest(destructive insect) of Rice,Sorghum,Barley
Glutamine is non essential amino acid(important function is to serve as the
building blocks of proteins).
Wheat inflorescence is called as Spike.
Humidity is measured by means of Psychrometer.
Meat is one of the following is a good source of protein.
Insects have 6 legs and 4 wings.