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- Which soil is also known as cotton soils ?
5.None of theseAnswer – 1.Black Soil
Black Soils are black in colour and best suited for cotton cultivation. hey are popularly known as “Black cotton soils”
- …………………… are red in colour with a high content of iron-oxides and poor in Nitrogen and Lime
5.None of theseAnswer – 2.Laterite Soils
Laterite Soils are red in colour with a high content of iron-oxides and poor in Nitrogen and Lime
- Which soil is rich in Phosphate and Calcium but deficient in Nitrogen and humus ?
5.None of theseAnswer – 3.Desert Soil
Desert Soil is rich in Phosphate and Calcium but deficient in Nitrogen and humus
- Water Resources of India can be divided into …………… parts
5.None of theseAnswer – 2.Two
Water Resources of India can be divided into Two parts.
1.Surface Water Resource
2.Ground Water Resource
- According to the estimate, India receives an average of …………………….. of rainfall annually
5.None of theseAnswer – 1.109cm
The highest rainfall place receive rains due to the monsoon of the Bay of Bengal and Arabian sea branch.
- Multipurpose river valley projects is referred as ‘ Temples of Modern India’ by ………………..
5.None of theseAnswer – 2.Jawahralal Nehru
Multi-purpose river valley projects are the “New temples of modern India”. The above statement is made by Jawahralal Nehru
- The combination of agriculture and pastoral farming is called …………………….
5.None of theseAnswer – 2.Mixed Farming
Mixed farming is an agrarian system that mixes arable farming with the raising of livestock at the same time. When on a farm along-with crop production, some other agriculture based practice like poultry, dairy farming or bee keeping etc. is adopted, then this system of farming is known as mixed farming.
- Red Soils are red in colour because of ………………………
5.None of theseAnswer – 1.FeO
Red soils are red in color due to the presence of ferric oxides
- ICAR divides Indian Soils into ……………….. groups
5.None of theseAnswer – 3.8
The Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) set up an All India Soil Survey Committee in 1953 which divided the Indian soils into eight major groups
- Which of the following is not suitable for Agriculture ?
5.None of theseAnswer – 4.Laterite Soils
Laterite soil is unsuitable for agriculture due to its high content of acidity and deficient in Nitrogen.