MCQ’s on Agriculture for Class 10 Geography | Quiz 1

MCQ’s on Agriculture for Class 10 Geography | Quiz 1

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Class-10 Agriculture

MCQ's on Agriculture for Class 10 Geography | Quiz 1

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Which of the following crop requires water-logging for its cultivation?

2 / 30

Maize grows well in which type of soil?

3 / 30

Which of the following state is not a spice producing area?

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Which crop needs manual labour from sowing to harvesting?

5 / 30

Which one of the following crop is grown in rotation with other crops?

6 / 30

Who initiated the Bhoodan Gramdaan movement?

7 / 30

The primary objective of India's food security policy is _________.

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A system of agriculture where a single crop is grown on a large area is known as _________

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Which one of the following crop is a tropical as well as subtropical crop?

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Which of the following crops is known as 'Golden Fibre'?

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White Revolution involves improvement in the production of which of the following product?

12 / 30

Find the incorrect match.

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The largest producer of rice in the world is ___________

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Which one of the following is not a rabi crop?

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Which of the following hills is confined for the Cultivation of coffee?

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Based on the data provided, which of the following crops is most probably indicated? Equatorial crop having moist and humid climate, rainfall more than 200 cm, temperature above 25° C, main producer state is Kerala.

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What do mean by ICAR?

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Which of the following characteristics are true about plantation agriculture?
I. Generally, plantation agriculture is considered as an example of subsistence farming.
II. Generally, single crop is grown on a large area in plantation agriculture.
III. It has an interface of agriculture and industry.
IV. It uses capital intensive inputs.

19 / 30

Agriculture is practiced on small patches of land with the help of primitive tools like hoe, dao and digging sticks. What type of agriculture is this?

20 / 30

Read the statements about the impact of forest rules on tribal communities in the 19th century. Which of the following statements are incorrect?
I. Jhum cultivators could carry out their activities in village forests.
II. Jhum cultivators took to plough cultivation with ease.
III. Tribal people could collect wood and graze cattle in the forests.
IV. Tribal people had access to protected forests for collecting wood for fuel and house building.

21 / 30

Which one of the following conditions can spoil the tea crop?

22 / 30

How much of India's population is still engaged in agricultural activities?

23 / 30

Which of the following rights has led to fragmentation of land holding size?

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The third most important food crop after rice and wheat in respect to area and production is ________

25 / 30

Which one of the following is not the feature of slash & burn agriculture?

26 / 30

Which millet is rich in iron, calcium, other micro-nutrients and roughage?

27 / 30

India is the second largest producer of rice in the world after which country?

28 / 30

The following are major changes that occurred in agriculture in the post-Independent India:
(a) Use of High Yielding Variety (HYV) seeds.
(b) Introduction of Genetically modified (GM) crops.
(c) Application of chemical fertilizers and pesticides.
(d) Organic farming.

29 / 30

Which of the following industry consumes the highest proportion of natural rubber?

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About 90% of Rubber demand is met by which state?

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