Fish farming - SS3 Agriculture Past Questions & Answers - page 1

1

What is fish farming also known as?

A

Hydroponics

B

Aquaculture

C

Pisciculture

D

Ichthyology

CORRECT OPTION: b
2

Which of the following is NOT a necessary condition for establishing a fish pond?

A

Suitable location

B

Land and pond design

C

Solar panels

D

Water supply

CORRECT OPTION: c
3

What is the primary purpose of aeration systems in fish farming?

A

To provide light for fish

B

To maintain oxygen levels in the water

C

To filter the water

D

To scare away predators

CORRECT OPTION: b
4

Which fishing method involves using a long line with multiple baited hooks?

A

Handline fishing

B

Spearfishing

C

Handline fishing

D

Longlining

CORRECT OPTION: c
5

What do fishing regulations often specify to protect fish populations?

A

The best fishing locations

B

The tastiest bait to use

C

Catch limits and size limits

D

The latest fishing technology

CORRECT OPTION: c
6

What is the purpose of closed seasons in fishing regulations?

A

To encourage fishing during peak seasons

B

To restrict fishing during breeding periods

C

To promote ice fishing

D

To increase fishing tourism

CORRECT OPTION: b
7

Which fishing tool is commonly used for catching multiple fish at once and is often used in commercial fishing?

A

Fishing rod

B

Nets

C

Handline

D

Harpoon

CORRECT OPTION: b
8

What is the primary goal of marine protected areas (MPAs) in fishing regulations?

A

To establish exclusive fishing zones

B

To ban all fishing activities

C

To promote recreational fishing

D

To conserve marine ecosystems and species

CORRECT OPTION: d
9

Which fishing method uses a spear or harpoon to directly catch fish in the water?

A

Trawling

B

Handline fishing

C

Spearing

D

Longlining

CORRECT OPTION: c
10

What should fish farmers monitor regularly to ensure the health of their fish?

A

Crop yields

B

Water quality, fish health, and growth rates

C

Market demand

D

Weather forecasts

CORRECT OPTION: b
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