Welcome to class 8 science chapter 1 question answer. On this page you would find a question bank of important HOTs and Long answer type questions along with their answer. These questions are generally 3 marks or 5 marks questions.
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Answer the following class 8 science crop production and management questions.
Question 1. Differentiate between kharif and rabi crops with two example of each?Answer
Question 2 How is leveling different from tilling and write the significance of these processes?Answer
Question 3. What are weeds and how do weed affect crops?Answer
Question 4. What is hybridization?Answer
Question 5. Explain nitrogen cycle?Answer
Question 6. What is nitrogen assimilation?Answer
Question 7. What is animal husbandry?Answer
Question 8. List the steps involved in crop production?Answer
Question 9. What are the advantages of ploughing the soil before sowing seeds?Answer
Question 10. What precautions should be kept in mind while sowing seeds in a field?Answer
Question 11. Why is crop rotation considered a good agricultural practice?Answer
Question 12. How would you prepare yous field before sowing seeds?Answer
Question 13. Why is it essential to irrigate our fields?Answer
Question 14. Compare the benefits and disadvantages of using manures and fertilizers in the crop field?Answer
Question 15. Why continuous plantation of the same crop in the field should be avoided?Answer
Answer the following questions (HOTS) for class 8 chapter 1 crop production and management that is about agriculture.
Question 1. Out of manure and fertilizers which one do you think is appropriate for soil? Why?Answers
Question 2. Rakesh was preparing to produce crops and was making the list of agricultural practices: he included the following in the list-
Which agricultural practice is missing from the above list?Answers
Question 3. If wheat is sown in the kharif season, what would happen? Discuss.Answers
Question 4. Why do you think field fallow is important?Answers
Question 5. Which method of irrigation is suitable for Rajasthan? Why do you think so?Answers
Question 6. Given below is an image. Study it and answer the following questions:
i. What is X and Y? ii. Identify the process. iii. Give one importance of it.Answers
Question 7. State the disadvantages of hybridization technique.Answers
Question 8. Given below is an image. Study it and answer the following questions:
i. Identify the type of irrigation.
ii. Is it a traditional or modern method
iii. How does this method of irrigation work?Answers
Question 9. A farmer was very worried as the salt content has increased in soil and was harming the crops. what could be the reason for it, even though he was not spraying salty salt?Answers
Question 10. why do farmers release ladybirds in gardens?Answers
Question 11. Arrange the following process in correct sequence.Answers
Question 12. Why is it necessary to dry grains before storing them?Answers
Question 13. “Excessive irrigation harmful to the crops” Justify?Answers
Question 14. Explain how soil gets affected by the continuous plantation of crops in a field?Answers
Question 15. Suraj has sown the seeds too deep. What does he likely going to observe? Give reasons.Answers
Question 16. Why sowing seeds with seed drill is better than broadcasting?Answers
Question 17. As a biology lab work, Riya had sown, some seeds in the soil and watered them by drip irrigation. She was asked to observe daily by her biology mam.
(i) Does this technique can save water?
(ii) What changes in the seed would be observed by Riya?Answers
Question 18. Why pea is sown after wheat?Answers
Question 19. Identify the festival shown below:
Name the festival shown.
Name the agricultural process for which it is celebrated?Answers
Question 20. Why does the soil need levelling?Answers
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