General Knowledge Page - 002

#  Insecticides are specific inhibitors of—
(A) Excretory system
(B) Digestive system
(C) Nervous system
(D) Blood Circulatory system (Ans)

#  The credit for the success of Krishi Vigyan Kendras (KVK) goes to—
(A) Dr. R. S. Paroda
(B) Dr. Chandrika Prasad
(C) Dr. Mohan Singh Mehta
(D) Dr. Mangla Rai (Ans)

#  Cauliflower belongs to the family—
(A) Cruciferae (Ans)
(B) poacae
(C) Malvaceae
(D) Leguminaceae

#  Which type of soil is best for knolkhol ?
(A) Loam
(B) Clayey loam (Ans)
(C) Silty clayey loam
(D) Clay

#  Which of the following soil type is most suitable for garlic cultivation ?
(A) Loamy sand
(B) Sandy loam
(C) Loam (Ans)
(D) Clay

#  Which of the following soil type has the highest field capacity ?
(A) Loam
(B) Silty loam
(C) Clayey loam
(D) Clay (Ans)

#  The trade name of phorate is—
(A) Temic
(B) Thiodan
(C) Phortox (Ans)
(D) Metasystox

#  The sprayers are cleaned before use by—
(A) 1% chlorine water
(B) 1% hydrochloric acid (Ans)
(C) 1% ammonia water
(D) 1% bromine water

#  The cyanogas pump is a /an—
(A) Duster
(B) Fumigator
(C) Sprayer
(D) Emulsifier (Ans)

#  The main reason of Irish Famine in Potato was—
(A) Late Blight disease (Ans)
(B) Bacterial Blight disease
(C) Blast disease
(D) Ear Cockle disease

#  The instrument, which is used for sowing of seed with fertilizer together at a time, is—
(A) Seed drill
(B) Dibbler
(C) Seed sowing behind plough
(D) Ferti-cum Seed drill (Ans)

#  Seed treatment is done to control—
(A) Soil-borne disease
(B) Air-borne disease
(C) Seed-borne disease (Ans)
(D) None of these

#  Salt tolerant crop is—
(A) Cowpea (Ans)
(B) Field pea
(C) Garlic
(D) Longmelon

#  Which of the following is not a dairy breed of cattle ?
(A) Sahiwal
(B) Sindhi
(C) Nagore
(D) All these (Ans)

#  Stored grains can be saved from insect damage, if the grain moisture content is—
(A) <> 10%
(C) 10% (Ans)
(D) None of these

#  Which of the following pesticides has been banned in India ?
(A) Rogor
(B) DDT (Ans)
(C) Metasystox
(D) Dimecron

#  Pulses fit well in cropping system as they are—
(A) Short duration crops
(B) Disease resistant crops
(C) Long duration crops
(D) Moisture stress resistant crops (Ans)

#  Wheat is a—
(A) Cash crop
(B) Cereal crop (Ans)
(C) Covered crop
(D) None of these

#  Autumn sugarcane is planted in month of—
(A) February-March
(B) July
(C) October (Ans)
(D) December

#  Seed-rate for timely sown wheat is—
(A) 75 kg/ha
(B) 100 kg/ha
(C) 125 kg/ha (Ans)
(D) 150 kg/ha

#  Most critical stage in wheat for irrigation is—
(A) C.R.I. (Ans)
(B) Flowering
(C) Milk
(D) Dough

#  Name of most popular variety of wheat in Uttar Pradesh is—
(A) PBW – 343
(B) U.P. – 2338 (Ans)
(C) K – 7903
(D) K – 9107

#  KPG – 59 (Udai) is a variety of—
(A) Field pea
(B) Vegetable pea
(C) Lentil
(D) Gram (Ans)

#  In plain, Rajma is cultivated during—
(A) Kharif (Ans)
(B) Rabi
(C) Zaid
(D) None of these

#  Which crop is recommended for Zaid season cultivation in Uttar Pradesh ?
(A) Vegetable pea
(B) Groundnut (Ans)
(C) Barley
(D) Lentil

#  The most efficient use of potassium is achieved by—
(A) Broadcasting at the sowing time
(B) Top dressing after one month of sowing
(C) Basal placement at the sowing time (Ans)
(D) Foliar spray

#  The term ‘Extension’ was first used in—
(A) U.K.
(B) U.S.A. (Ans)
(C) India
(D) France

#  The first K.V.K. (Krishi Vigyan Kendra) in India was established in—
(A) Bombay
(B) Port Blair
(C) Pondicherry (Ans)
(D) Madras

#  ATMA is related to—
(D) None of these (Ans)

#  Albert Mayer is the name associated with—
(A) Nilokheri Development Project
(B) Firka Development Project
(C) Etawah Pilot Project (Ans)
(D) Shriniketan Project

#  Co-operative Credit Societies Act was passed in India in—
(A) 1902
(B) 1904
(C) 1906
(D) 1912 (Ans)

#  Maximum photosynthesis takes place in—
(A) Blue light
(B) Red light
(C) Violet light
(D) Green light (Ans)

#  Farm Planning means—
(A) Farm Budgetting
(B) Cropping pattern (Ans)
(C) Type of enterprises
(D) None of these

#  The first product of photosynthesis in C3 plant is—
(A) Pyruvic acid
(B) Phospho-glyceric acid (Ans)
(C) Oxalo-acetic acid
(D) Succinic acid

#  Bending of plants towards light is called—
(A) Phototropism (Ans)
(B) Vernalisation
(C) Photo-respiration
(D) None of these

#  Germination is inhibited by—
(A) Red light
(B) Blue light
(C) U.V. light (Ans)
(D) I.R. light

#  The best method of milking is—
(A) Knuckling method
(B) Fisting method
(C) Stripping method
(D) None of these (Ans)

#  Line breeding is a type of—
(A) Inbreeding (Ans)
(B) Outbreeding
(C) Natural breeding
(D) None of these

#  ‘Tharparkar’ breed of cow is—
(A) Milch breed
(B) Working breed
(C) Dual purpose breed (Ans)
(D) None of these

#  Cow and buffalo belong to the family—
(A) Bovidae (Ans)
(B) Suidae
(C) Equidae
(D) Cammelidae

#  What is the contribution of Animal Husbandry Sector in the agricultural growth ?
(A) 10%
(B) 12% – 15%
(C) 7% – 9% (Ans)
(D) 5%

#  How many labourers are required to run a 30 cows milch herd ?
(A) 8
(B) 6 (Ans)
(C) 4
(D) 10

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