NABTEB Agricultural-Science Practical Questions 2022 Latest Update : Current School News

NABTEB Agricultural-Science Practical Questions 2022 Latest Update

Filed in Exam by on December 7, 2021

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– NABTEB Agricultural-Science Practical Questions –

NABTEB Agricultural-Science Practical Questions is out now on our website. In this article, I will show you past NABTEB Chemistry Practical random repeated questions for free. All you need to do is to stay focus and follow this guide.

NABTEB Agricultural-Science Practical Questions

NABTEB is one of the examination bodies set up by the Federal Government in 1992 to reduce the burden of conducting examinations, which involves a lot of technical and trade-related practicals.

The board conducts the National Technical Examination (NTC), National Business Certificate (NBC) and their respective advance level examinations (ANBC and ANTC).

NABTEB Agricultural-Science Practical Questions

AGRIC SCIENCE PRACTICAL ANSWERS:

1a) Specimen A is a file

Specimen B is a grinding stone

Specimen C is a cutlass

Specimen D is a shovel

1b)

– They are both used for sharpening farm tools

– They are both used for smoothening rough surfaces of farm implements

1c)

– It should be sharpened regularly

– Keep it in a dry and cool place

– Metals part should be oiled and greased before storage

1d)

(i) – Possession of wooden handle

– Possession of rectangular or round edge

– Possession of hollow blade

(ii) A – It is used for sharpening blades of farm tools

C – For weeding farmlands

D – For making garden paths

2a) Specimen E is a clayed soil

Specimen F is a Loamy soil

Specimen G is sandy soil

Specimen H is a Legume

2b) – Specimen E –

– It is fined grained

– It is smooth to the touch

– Specimen F –

– It is dark brown or dark in colour

– It has a non-powdery and non-sticky texture

2c)

– By planting cover crops

– By application of compost manure

– By mulching the soil

2d)

– It helps in holding water capacity of E and G

– It helps E and G structure of the soil by binding the particle of coarse – texture soil together

2e) Cocoa, Pepper, Casava and okro

3a)

– Specimen I is cowpea

– Specimen J is plantain

3b)

– I is a leguminous plant

– J is a staple food

3c)

– I : Vigna unguiculata

– J : musa paradisiaca

3d)

– I : it is prepared by seeds

– J : It is prepared by vegetative means

3e) None can be raised in a nursery

3f)

– I : Possession of long 20-50cm peduncle

– J : It is yellow in colour when matured

– I : Possession of varying size and shape of the leaves

– J : It can be eaten raw when matured

3g) Storage is done in silos on a large scale

3h) Pod borers, bean Beetle, leaf hoppers

3i)

– Bacteria disease is Bacteria wilt

– Fungal disease is Anthracnose

4a)

– Specimen K is Meat

– Specimen L is Guinea grass

– Specimen M is Tick

4b)

– By canning

– By curing (salting)

– By dehydrating

– By freeze drying method

– By smoking

4c)

– It is palatable to animals

– It is good for making of hay for the animals

– It is also used as medicine for animals

4d)

– Transmission of protozoa to animals

– Transmission of rickettsia to animals

– Transmission of viral diseases to animals

– They cause poor health and loss of production to animals

DISCLAIMER! These are not real NABTEB Agricultural Science Practical questions, but likely repeated questions over the years to help candidates understand the nature of their examinations. Ensure to note every question provided on this page.

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