Which branch of agriculture deals with the business side of farming?
Fodder is food for ________________
The tillage practice of planting seed on unploughed land is called __________________________
Name two natural resources of water used by farmers
Farm equipment is painted to __________
The term small livestock refers to _________________
An agricultural activity which causes water pollution is ____________
In Zimbabwe, how many natural farming regions are there?
A planter is used for ________________
In which state is water used in farming?
The breakdown of rocks to form soil is___________
Which climatic hazard is controlled by building dams?
A farmer applies ammonia nitrate at the rate of 200kg per hectare, how much ammonium nitrate does he apply in a bed 5M long and 1M wide?
In which region is irrigation practised in Zimbabwe?
Which mineral is responsible for teeth formation in animals?
Describe why wild animals are important to Zimbabwe?
Why should cattle be dipped more often in summer than in winder?
How much ESB3 is need for 20 litres, if dilution rate is 5g per 5 litres of water?
Which is the suitable average temperature to grow wheat?
Which town is natural farming region 1?
“Low temperatures, little rain fall and farmers plant wheat under irrigation”, which is described by this?
Name one branch of agriculture.
What is the staple food for Zimbabwe?
Farm machinery and implements should be kept ________________
What record is kept by a farmer who is selling produce at a local market?
A farmer who keeps animals and grows crops for sale is a___________________
What is the reason for hardening of seedlings before transplanting?
The washing away of soil is called___________
Oil is applied on moving parts to ______________
Uses of water in animal production
Growing of fruits and vegetables is_________________
How are internal worms controlled in farm animals?
A farmer can conserve water by__________
Farmers use a rake for______________________
A mould board plough is used by __________________
A bottle full of water was put in a refrigerator and left to freeze. What process is illustrated by the experiment?
One plant nutrient is ___________
What is agriculture?
A person who buys farm produce from the market is a ________________
Exotic fruit trees______________
Maize leaves turning yellowish is a sign of lack of ___________
Young tomato plants are curled, mottled and dwarfed. What affected the plant?
A cow has a swollen lower neck. Which nutrient does it lack?
What is weather?
Give a reason why farmers store machinery and equipment under a shed?
Dipping of cattle is done weekly in _________
Which soil type sticks on the hoe during weeding?
Cereal crops are sold at _________
When rape leaves turn purplish it’s a sign of lack of____________
What is Agriculture?
One man is paid $3 per hour. How much is paid four men for 8 hours?
Which soil contains course particles?
Which department deals with animal health?
Which soil constituent is shown by bubbles coming out of the soil when water is poured onto the soil?
Maize leaves with scorched margins show lack of _____________