Crop Production and Management MCQ Questions for Class 8 Science Chapter 1 with Answers

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Q1. The supply of water to crops at different intervals is called

(i) watering
(ii) irrigation
(iii) harvesting
(iv) none of these

(ii) irrigation

Q2. Products obtained from the crops are called

(i) yield
(ii) produce
(iii) crop
(iv) fertilisers

(ii) produce

Q3. Cutting mature crop manually or by a machine is called:

(i) Irrigating
(ii) Harvesting
(iii) Breeding
(iv) Weeding

(ii) Harvesting

Q4. Which is pesticides?

(i) 2, 4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid
(ii) Malathion
(iii) Metolachlor
(iv) Chloroform

(ii) Malathion

Q5. Now a days seed is sown in the field using

(i) Seed Tractor
(ii) Seed drill
(iii) Seed Tiller
(iv) Seed Plough

(iv) Seed Plough

Q6. The sources of irrigation are:

(i) wells
(ii) damr
(iii) canals
(iv) all of these

(iv) all of these

Q7. The unwanted plants that grow along with the crops are called

(i) fertilisers
(ii) manure
(iii) weeds
(iv) kharif crops

(iii) weeds

Q8. The medium of growth for plants is :

(i) Cell
(ii) Soil
(iii) Water
(iv) Air

(ii) Soil

Q9. Rabi crop is harvested in

(i) January
(ii) March
(iii) October
(iv) September

(ii) March

Q10. Growing different crops alternately on the same land is technically called

(i) Crop Alternation
(ii) Crop Rotation
(iii) Crop Revolution
(iv) Crop Change

(ii) Crop Rotation

Q11. Winnowing is a method of separating:

(i) soil from chaff
(ii) grain from chaff
(iii) soil from grain
(iv) none of these

(ii) grain from chaff

Q12. Which of the following is an example of rabi crop?

(i) Potato
(ii) Onion
(iii) Jute
(iv) Pulses

(i) Potato

Q13. The rearing of honey bees on large scale is called:

(i) sericulture
(ii) tissue culture
(iii) pisciculture
(iv) apiculture

(iv) apiculture

Q14. Maize grow well during

(i) June
(ii) January
(iii) April
(iv) September

(i) June

Q15. The farm appliance ‘Combine’ is a combined

(i) Plough and Harvester
(ii) Seed drill cum Thresher
(iii) Harvester and Thresher
(iv) Harvester cum Sprayer

(iii) Harvester and Thresher

Q16. The plant roots containing nitrogen fixing bacteria are:

(i) maize
(ii) potato
(iii) pea
(iv) onion

(iii) pea

Q17. Levelling of soil helps to prevent

(i) soil erosion
(ii) cultivation
(iii) sowing
(iv) drought

(i) soil erosion

Q18. Watering the crops is called:

(i) sowing
(ii) manuring
(iii) tilling
(iv) irrigation

(iv) irrigation

Q19. The agricultural instrument used for removal of weed is

(i) sickle
(ii) khurpi
(iii) seed drill
(iv) plough

(ii) khurpi

Q20. The tool used for removing weeds is:

(i) plough
(iii) hoe
(ii) leveller
(iv) none of these

(iv) none of these

Q21. Before storing, the grains are properly dried in the:

(i) sun
(ii) air
(iii) fan
(iv) none of these

(i) sun

Q22. Which of the following are agricultural implements?

(i) Seed drills
(ii) Silos
(iii) Harrow
(iv) All of these

(iv) All of these

Q23. The manure prepared from green plants is :

(i) FYM
(ii) Compost
(iii) Green manure
(iv) all the above

(iii) Green manure

Q26. Which of the following can make their own food:

(i) humans
(ii) animals
(iii) plants
(iv) all of these

(iii) plants

Q27. The process of separating grains from chaff is known as:

(i) threshing
(ii) harvesting
(iii) winnowing
(iv) transplantation

(i) threshing

Q28. The chemical substances rich in nutrients are called

(i) fertilisers
(ii) weedicides
(iii) pesticides
(iv) herbicides

(i) fertilisers

Q29. Peas are rich in:

(i) vitamins
(ii) carbohydrates
(iii) proteins
(iv) fats

(iii) proteins

Q30. The soil matter formed by decayed organic matter is called

(i) pesticide
(ii) fertiliser
(iii) humus
(iv) biocide

(iii) humus

Q31. Which of the following is not a fertiliser:

(i) urea
(ii) cow-dung
(iii) potash
(iv) super phosphate

(iii) potash

Q32. Agriculture can be defined as:

(i) art of growing vegetables
(ii) art of growing fruits
(iii) art of growing flowers
(iv) all of these

(iv) all of these

Q33. Which of the following is an important factor for the growth of crops?

(i) Temperature
(ii) Flumidity
(iii) Rainfall
(iv) All of the above

(iv) All of the above

Q34. Wheat and gram belong to

(i) Rabi crops
(ii) Kharif crops
(iii) Both of these
(iv) None of these

(i) Rabi crops

Q35. Which simple tool is used to remove weeds?

(i) Sickle
(ii) Plough
(iii) Hoe
(iv) Seed drill

(iii) Hoe

Q36. Animals like horse, donkey that carries load are called

(i) Drought species
(ii) Load carrying Animals
(iii) Dairy Animals
(iv) Draught Animal

(ii) Load carrying Animals

Q37. is an organic matter.

(i) manure
(ii) fertilizer
(iii) weedicide
(iv) pesticide

(i) manure

Q38. Which of the following is used for tilling the land by cultivator?

(i) Tractor
(ii) Bullock
(iii) Buffalo
(iv) Fforse

(i) Tractor

Q39. Seed drill is used to

(i) sow the seeds
(ii) remove the weeds
(iii) remove the pest
(iv) mix manure in the soil

(i) sow the seeds

Q40. The process of separating grain from chaff is called

(i) Threshing
(ii) Weeding
(iii) Sowing
(iv) Winnowing

(iii) Sowing

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