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World And Indian Geography Test-14-Agriculture

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1) Second green revolution will be related with
2) Match List I (Crops) with List II (Producing State) and select the correct answer using the codes given below
List I List II
(Crops) (Producing State)
A. Tea 1. Himachal Pradesh
B. Sugarcane 2. Asom
C. Groundnut 3. Uttar Pradesh
D. Apple 4. Gujarat
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3) Which of the following are responsible for the decrease of per capita holding of cultivated land in India?
1.Low per capita income.
2.Rapid rate of increase of population.
3.Practice of dividing land equally among the heirs.
4.Use of traditional techniques of ploughing.
Select the correct answer using the codes given below
4) Jhum cultivation is a method of cultivation which used to be practiced in
5) Consider the following crops
1.Cotton
2.Groundnut
3.Rice
4.Wheat
Which of these are Kharif crops?
6) ‘Yellow Revolution’ is associated with the production of
7) Ideal NPK ratio for Indian soils is
8) Which insect is known as farmers’ enemy No. 1 ?
9) Of the gross cropped area in India, the foodgrains occupy
10) Which one of the following is categorised as millet?
11) Tank irrigation is practised mainly in peninsular India because
1. ndulating relief and hard rocks make it difficult to dig canals and wells
2.rivers are rain-fed
3.of compact nature of population and agricultural fields
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12) With which crop has Green Revolution been associated?
13) Consider the following crops of India
1.Cowpea
2.Green gram
3.Pigeon pea
Which of the above is/are used as pulse, fodder and green manure?
14) In UP, the Kharif crop is sown during
15) Consider the following agricultural practices
1.Contour bunding
2.Relay cropping
3.Zero tillage
In the context of global climate change, which of the above help/helps in carbon seques-tration/storage in the soil?
16) The most important rabi pulse crop in India is
17) Which one of the following states is the largest producer of black pepper in India?
18) Consider the following statements
1.Pearl millet (Pennisetum typhoides) can be cultivated under hot-humid conditions only.
2.Pigeon pea (Cajanus cajari) can be cultivated both under hot humid and hot dry conditions.
Which of the statements given above is / are correct?
19) Consider the following crops of India
1.Groundnut
2.Sesamum
3.Pearl millet
Which of the above is/are predominantly rainfed crop/crops?
20) Given below are the names of four energy crops. Which one of them can be cultivated for ethanol?
21) The approximate representations of land use classification in India is
22) Rainbow Revolution is related with
23) Terrace farming is done
24) Jhumming is a shifting agriculture practiced in
25) Which of the following statements about Sugar Industry are correct?
1.In the world, India’s share in sugar production is over 15%.
2.Sugar Industry is the second largest agro-based industry in India.
3.India is the largest consumer of sugar.
4.India is the largest producer of sugar.
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26) Consider the following statements
1.India is the original home of the cotton plant.
2.India is the first country in the world to develop hybrid cotton variety leading to increased production.
Which of the statements given above is/are correct?
27) In India, during the last decade the total cultivated land for which one of the following crops has remained more or less stagnant?
28) With reference to the usefulness of the by products of sugar industry, which of the following statements is/are correct?
1.Bagasse can be used as biomass fuel for the generation of energy.
2.Molasses can be used as one of the feedstocks for the production of synthetic chemical fertilizers.
3.Molasses can be used for the production of ethanol.
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29) Tamil Nadu is a leading producers of mill-made cotton yarn in the country. What could be the reason?
1.Black cotton soil is the predominant type of soil in the state.
2.Rich pool of skilled labour is available.
Which of the statements given above is/are correct?
30) Golden revolution refers to the development of

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