Third Term Examination Agriculture JSS 2 (Basic 8) – Exam Questions
THIRD TERM EXAMINATION
JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS
JSS 2 (BASIC 8)
Answer all questions.
1. Farm structure include all except ___________.
(a) production structure
(b) shelter structure
(c) planting structure
(d) processing structure
2. Overall records and coordination of activities are done in ___________.
(a) special shelters
(b) farm office
(c) production houses
(d) storage houses
3. Pre- planting operations include all but ___________.
(b) bush burning
(d) farm layout
4. Grasses, legumes and other plants cut, dried and stored is ___________.
5. The removal of extra seedling is ___________.
6. Dwarf acacia is found in ___________ forest.
7. The best soil for Agriculture is ___________.
8. One factor influencing the siting of farm structure is ___________.
9. Cultural operations are ___________.
10. Post planting operations are ___________.
11. Mixed cropping means ___________.
12. ___________ Are feeds high in fibre content and relatively low digestible.
13. The sum total of food required a day is ___________.
14. ___________ Is the process of removing weeds.
15. Morphology means ___________.
16. One factor affecting fish pond establishment is ___________.
17. One fishing method is ___________.
18. One of the importance of forest is ___________.
19. Another name for mangrove forest is ___________.
20. Manure is ___________.
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B. Explain four factors affecting the establishment of fish pond.
A. Comment on the following:
I. Salt water fish
II. Salt-free fish
III. Fresh water fish
Iv. ond fish.
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A. Enumerate five importance of forest.
B. State five forest resources and their uses.
A. Describe four human activities that affect the forest.
B. Distinguish deforestation from afforestation.