Meaning and types of agricultural practice - SS2 Geography Past Questions & Answers - page 1

1

What is the primary goal of subsistence farming?

 

A

Profit generation

 

B

Feeding the farmer's family

 

C

Exporting crops

 

CORRECT OPTION: b
2

Mechanized farming involves the use of:

 

A

Traditional tools

 

B

Human labor only

 

C

Machines and technology

 

CORRECT OPTION: c
3

Which type of farming focuses on raising livestock for meat and dairy products?

 

A

Mixed farming

 

B

Shifting cultivation

 

C

Pastoral farming

 

CORRECT OPTION: c
4

Crop rotation is a practice used to:

 

A

Maximize profit

 

B

Improve soil fertility

 

C

Reduce the need for irrigation

 

CORRECT OPTION: b
5

Mixed farming combines the cultivation of crops with:

 

A

Fish farming

 

B

Livestock rearing

 

C

Forestry

CORRECT OPTION: b
6

What is another term for shifting cultivation?

 

A

Industrial farming

 

B

Slash-and-burn farming

 

C

Greenhouse farming

 

CORRECT OPTION: b
7

In subsistence farming, farmers often use:

 

A

Advanced machinery

 

B

Traditional and labor-intensive methods

 

C

No tools

 

CORRECT OPTION: b
8

Which agricultural practice is based on the movement of livestock to find fresh pasture?

 

A

Crop rotation

 

B

Mechanized farming

 

C

Pastoral farming

 

CORRECT OPTION: c
9

What is the main benefit of crop rotation?

 

A

Increased soil erosion

 

B

Improved soil fertility

 

C

Decreased crop yield

 

CORRECT OPTION: b
10

Which agricultural practice involves clearing land, planting crops, and moving to new fields once soil fertility declines?

 

A

Crop rotation

 

B

Mixed farming

 

C

Shifting cultivation

 

CORRECT OPTION: c
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