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10 differences between kharif crops and rabi crops?
Differentiate between the old tools and modern tools used in agriculture practices?
examples of rabi crops and kharif crops
WHY DO FARMERS ADD MANURES AND FERTILIZERS TO CROPS?
modern methods of agriculture used in india
what is the use of winnowing machine
how to make a herbarium file
"Use of manures is advantageous over fertilizers". Justify the statement.
what are modern methods of irrigation?
What are agricultural practices?define
describe about moat,chain pump,dhelki and rahat
Tell five advantages of ploughing.
why do farmers grow different crops in a field?
Name All The Types Of Revolution With Definition
Like Green Revolution,White Revolution etc
what is animal husbandry
Please name any 5 commonly used weedicides.
WHAT IS PRIMITIVE SUBSISTENCE FARMING ?
Draw a flow chart to show the various steps in agricultural practices.how do these steps help in farming process?
effect of continuous rain on the plants
the practise of leaving the field uncultivated is called_________.
10 EXAMPLES OF KHARIF RABI CROP
list out atleast 10 forest products which are used by us at home.(please mail it a bit quickly)
What is the name of the traditional method of sowing ?
write a short note on preparation of soil.
what are rabi crops and kharif crops. please explain
list advantages of using seed drill for sowing seed?
What are the drawbacks of seeds being unevenly distributed in a field while sowing ?
What do you mean by crop production & management ?
flow chart on various steps of crop production
why does the soil need to be turned and loosened?
ploughing helps to ________ the soil.
What are the importance of ploughing ? please explain.
what is meant by tilling? how is this done
give information of dhekli irrigation
what is the difference between modern and traditional methods of irrigation in india???
how is transplanting useful to the farmers?
Is sugarcane a Rabi or a Kharif crop>?
what is the difference between herbicide and weedicide?
whats the meaning of preparation of soil
what is harvesting ?what precautions should be taken wile storing harvested grains?
If wheat is sown in the kharif season, what would happen?
ans in 3 points
Which of the following statements about the tilling of soil is incorrect?
a. It helps in aerating the soil.
b.It helps in increasing the fertility of the soil.
c. It helps in increasing the water content of the soil.
d. It is an inorganic, non-biodegradable substance.
Please give the answer fast becs i have bio test tomorrow.
what are the advantages of ploughing the soil before sowing seeds?
Visit a farm, nursery or a garden near by. Gather information about -
give me the list of ten agriculture tools and their uses
what is nitrogen fixation?how is it carried out in nature?
HOW TO FILL TABLE 4.4 IN PAGE NUMBER 48 OF CHAPTER ' METALS AND NON-METALS' OF NCERT ?
what is ploughing and explain
why Farmers store grains in jute bags or metallic bins. Granaries and silos are used for large-scale storing of grains.
tell me the difference between pesticides and weedicides
Why is crop production and management is necessary
define crop rotation plss fast
what is the full form of 2-4D ?
what is known as khurpi
what is rearing of fish
what is zaid crops?
what are the advantages of storing food grains in gunny bags
Difference between kharif and Rabi corps?
What are the sources of environmental pollution in your area? Discuss with respect to (a) air; (b) water and (c) soil. What are the steps being taken to reduce the pollution? Can you suggest some other measures?
The excessive use of fertilizers increases the nutrient content of soil. If these nutrients find their way to a nearby lake, then it would result in the
immediate death of all aquatic life
immediate increase in fish population
increase in the growth of aquatic vegetation
increase in the amount of dissolved oxygen in water
Chemicals such as nitrogen and phosphorus are one of the major nutrients that plants need to grow and survive. Excess concentration of these chemicals in a lake will increase the growth of aquatic plants and may also cause algal blooms. This process is known as eutrophication.
The correct answer is C.
Why alternative A is wrong:
The increase in the amount of nutrients in a lake will trigger a rapid growth of algae, resulting in algal blooms. This algae will use up all the oxygen present in the water body, eventually leading to the death of all aquatic life.
Why alternative B is wrong:
The increase in the amount of nutrients in a lake will trigger a rapid growth of algae, resulting in algal blooms. This algae will use up all the oxygen present in the water body. As a result, the number of fishes present in the lake will decrease.
Why alternative D is wrong:
The increase in the amount of nutrients in a lake will trigger a rapid growth of algae, resulting in algal blooms. This algae will use up all the oxygen present in the water body. As a result, the dissolved oxygen content in water will decrease.
can someone give a para abut ploughing pls ?
Devise an activity to show that organic waste is bio degradable while plastic is not.
short paragraph on good eating habits
what type of soil do assam ,manipur, nagaland ,mizoram, tripura, meghalaya, arunachal pradesh ? plese ans fast....................
what is the advantages of preparation of soil?
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