WAEC GCE Agric Questions and Answers 2021. I will be showing you the WAEC GCE Agricultural Science objective and theory questions for free. You will also understand how WAEC GCE Agric questions are set and many more examination details.
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WAEC GCE Agric Essay And Objective Questions and Answers 2021 (EXPO)
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WAEC GCE Agric OBJ Answers:
Note: The answers below are the 2020 Nov/Dec answers. The 2021 January/February answers will soon be posted.
Choose the corresponding option from your question.
1— stimulation of infrastural growth
2— outright purchase
3—Purpose of selling in order to make profit
4— cutting of bold wood
5— Clean and store in cool and dry
6— encouraging cooperative farming
7— human power
9- inadequate capital
10- can only be used where it is found
12- acidity increases from PH8 to
15-dissolution of plant nutrient
16- increase in soil acidity resulting
18- increase vegetative growth in plant
19- reduce salt content
20- cocoa and oil palm
(i)they carry out research to improve or develop breeds of Animals.
(ii) extension project are founded and funded by them
(iii) provide basic amenities e;g water, feeder roads
(iv)they provide chemicals for the control of weeds and insect
(i) expensive to practice
(iii)poor storage facilities
(iv)pests and disease attack
(v)it causes pollution
(vi)it leads to unemployment because machines are used
This is the removal of tree
(ii)leads to loss of nutrients
(iii)exposure the soil to sunlight
(iv)reduce water percolation rate
(v)reduce the amount of rainfall
(vi)reduce wild life population
i) *Disc plough*
1) it is design to work in all types of soil functions such as soil breaking
2)it is used to open, the new fields
3) it can be used easily at rocky and rooted areas
ii) *Disc Horrow*
1)it is used for cutting edges
2) it is used to till the soil where crops to be planted
3 it is also used to chop unwanted weeds or crop remainders
1) it’s used for cultivating small ginger
2)it is used for gathering and heaping the loose soil
3) it is an implement which cuts and turn the soil into opposite direction
I) it influences the availability of many nutrients
iii) maintain temperature
iv) soil air is important because it is needed by many of the micro-organism that release plants nutrients to the soil
i) mechanical tiling or plowing
ii) control burning a weed infested to clear it for seeding of desirable plants
iv) it involves natural pest population control method.
i. Staking is the practice of driving a stake or rod into the ground close to a plant to provide support for its stems.
ii. Hardening off is a term used to refer to the processes necessary for a plant to become acclimated to its environment. In the spring, it’s common practice to gradually accustom greenhouse vegetable seedlings to full sunlight and drying winds before planting them.
iii. earthing up or ridging is the technique in agriculture and horticulture of piling soil up around the base of a plant. It can be done by hand (usually using a hoe), or with powered machinery, typically a tractor attachment.
WAEC GCE Agriculture Practice Questions and Answers
The questions below are not exactly 2020 WAECE Agric science questions and answers but likely WAEC GCE Agric repeated questions and answers. These questions are strictly for practice.
1. Oestrogen in female animals is not responsible for
A. development of secondary sexual characteristics
B. on set of heat period
C. milk let – down after parturition
D. development of udder
2. A beef cow gained 75 kg over a period of two months and two days. What is its average weight gain?
A. 0.83 kg
B. 1.21 kg
C. 1.28 kg
D. 2. 25kg
3. A disadvantage of natural incubation is that
A. the eggs cannot be candled
B. the chicks are less healthy
C. the brooding hens sometimes abandon the eggs
D. it takes a longer time for eggs to hatch
4. Ruminants fed on dried grasses are given feed supplements to
A. increase in water intake
B. provide bulk to feed
C. reduce microbial activity
D. provide deficient nutrients
5. Which of the following animal disease is not associated with malnutrition?
C. Milk fever
6. The type of energy obtained from the sun for agricultural uses is known as
A. potential energy
B. mechanical energy
C. nuclear energy
D. solar energy
E. kinetic energy
7. Which of the following implements will be used for the next farm operation after clearing a new farmland?
8. Which of the following cannot be used to rub the metal parts of farm tools before storage?
B. palm oil
D. petroleum jelly
E. spent engine oil
9. The common surveying equipment for farmland include the following except
A. ranging pole
B. prismatic compass
C. measuring tape
D. gunter’s chain
10. An example of fungal disease of stored grains is
C. soft rot
D. damping off
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Last Updated on November 12, 2021 by Admin