Dryland agriculture answer key one liner
This page includes answer key for Dryland Agriculture MCQ.
- Topic: Dryland agriculture
- Major subject: Agronomy
- For: B.Sc. in agriculture, M.Sc. in agriculture, PhD
Answer key: Dryland agriculture
Answer key 01-10
Answer key 11-20
Dryland agriculture one liner: Explanation for answer key
01: In dry farming annual rainfall is less than 750 mm.
02: Cycocel is a type of growth retardant antitranspirent.
03: Change in normal crop planning to meet weather abnormalities is termed as contingent planning.
04: Sesamum-gram crop rotation will be more remunerative under dryland situation.
05: The Indian agriculture receives most of rainfall from South-East monsoon.
06: Pearlmillet, sorghum, gram and toria are the most appropriate crops in dryland farming.
07: The crop growing season of dryland farming is 75-120 days.
08: Proline accumulates during drought condition.
09: ABA accumulates during drought condition.
10: Long break in the rainy season or prolonged dry spells are the main characteristics of the Indian monsoon.
11: Early withdrawal of water will be the most uncomfortable situation in dryland condition.
12: Adaptation is the simplest way to adapt a drought situation.
13: The contingent crop plan is suggested when long gap in rainfall.
15: Castor, greengram, cowpea, sunflower, etc. are recommended for sowing under late onset of monsoon.
16: The length of growing period suitable for inter cropping system is 14-20 weeks.
18: Pearlmillet and seamum can tolerate drought conditions.
19: Hexadeconal, mobileaf, wax and silicon are the film forming type anti transparent.
20: 2,4-D plays an important role in stomata closing.