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Cause of Whiptail in Cauliflower


Cause of Whip tail in Cauliflower

Question: What is the cause of Whiptail in Cauliflower?

(a). Iron deficiency.
(b). Deficiency of molybdenum.
(c). Boron deficiency.
(d). Deficiency of zinc.

Answer: The cause of whiptail in cauliflower is the deficiency of molybdenum.

  • It is a physiological disorder in cauliflower.
  • Leaves are affected.
  • Severe in acidic soil.
  • Sodium molybdate is the chemical control measure.

Explanations

  • Meaning of Whiptail

Whip = Chabuk (चाबुक).
Tail = Punchh (पूँछ).

Literally, Tail of a Whip or चाबुक की पूँछ।

The leaves of the affected plant looks like tail of a whip.

  • Physiological Disorder

The cause of the disease is not any living organism.

Also read: Olericulture (Vegetable Science) MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions)

Other Questions on Cauliflower

Question 01. Buttoning affects which part of cauliflower plant?

(a). Stem.
(b). Leaves.
(c). Curd.
(d). Roots.

Answer: Buttoning affects cauliflower curds.

  • Buttoning is a physiological disorder.
  • The development of small curds is common.
  • One of the most important thing is that leaves do not cover curds properly.
  • The cause of buttoning in cauliflower is the deficiency of Nitrogen.

Question 02. The absence of terminal bud is a symptom of which abnormality?

(a). Blindness.
(b). Buttoning.
(c). Whip tail.
(d). None of the above.

Answer: The absence of terminal bud is a symptom of blindness.

  • Leaves of cauliflower plant become thick and large.
  • The appearance of leaves is leathery.
  • Prevalence of low temperature is a major cause.

Question 03. When was the snow ball cauliflower bred for the first time?

(a). USA.
(b). UK.
(c). India.
(d). Mediterranean.

Answer: The snow ball cauliflower was bred for the first time in USA.

It was the late 19th.

Question 04. Which one is not a variety of cauliflower?

(a). Cuba giant.
(b). Early kunwar.
(c). Pusa dapoli.
(d). Golden acre.

Answer: Golden acre is not a variety of cauliflower.

Question 05. What is the chromosome number of cauliflower?

(a). 2n = 42.
(b). It is 2n = 18.
(c). 2n = 16.
(d). It is 2n = 58.

Answer: The 2n of cauliflower is 18.

Question 06. Which is not a Brassica oleracia ?

(a). Kale.
(b). Collard greens.
(c). Broccoli.
(d). Includes all of the above.

Answer: Brassica oleracia includes kale, collard greens, broccoli.

It also includes brussels sprouts, cabbage etc.

Question 07. Which one of the following is the edible part of cauliflower?

(a). Stem.
(b). Leaves.
(c). Curd.
(d). All of the above.

Answer: The edible part of cauliflower is curd.

Although, leaves are also edible, but answer is curd.

Question 08. What is the seed rate of cauliflower?

(a). 150 – 200 gm.
(b). 250 – 300 gm.
(c). 500 – 600 gm.
(d). 900 – 1000 gm.

Answer: The normal seed rate of cauliflower is 500 – 600 gm.

Question 09. Which reduces the quality of cauliflower?

(a). Hallow stem.
(b). Ricing.
(c). Leaf tip burn.
(d). All of the above.

Answer: All of the above.

  • Hallow stem, leaf tip burn and ricing are the physiological disorders of cauliflower.
  • All are responsible for the low quality of cauliflower.

Question 10. What should be the required quality of a cauliflower curd should?

(a). Pure white.
(b). White and brown.
(c). Green.
(d). It depends on variety.

Answer: A cauliflower curd should be pure white.

Question 11. Which one of the followings requires blanching?

(a). Cabbage.
(b). Cauliflower.
(c). Both a and b.
(d). None of the above.

Answer: Blanching is an essential practice in cauliflower.

  • Curds are covered using outer leaves.
  • Curd quality is better.

Question 12. What is the cause of brown rot in cauliflowers?

(a). Bacterial disease.
(b). Fungal disease.
(c). Viral disease.
(d). Physiological disorder.

Answer: The brown rot of cauliflower is a physiological disorder.

  • It is due to the deficiency of boron.
  • Borax is a common correction measure.

Question 13. Which one of the following is the major insect of cauliflower?

(a). Diamond back moth.
(b). Thrips.
(c). Both a and b.
(d). None of the above.

Answer: Diamond back moth is one of the major insect of cauliflower.

Question 14. Which is the curd initiation stage in cauliflower?

(a). 18 days.
(b). 35 days.
(c). 25 days.
(d). 45 days.

Answer: The curd initiation stage in cauliflower is 25 days after transplanting.

Question 15. Who introduced cauliflower in India?

(a). Portuguese.
(b). Chinese.
(c). British.
(d). Polynesian.

Answer: British.


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