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Crops Questions with solutions MCQs

1. Which of the following regions rank first in the production of rice of india?

A

Godavari Krishna Delta

B

Punjab

C

U.P

D

West Bengal

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Correct Answer : D
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2. Which of the following options is a variety of rice grown in jammu and kashmir?

A

Starkrimson

B

K 332

C

Gold Spur

D

MM III

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Correct Answer : B
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3. Which of the following two high quality crops are extensively cultivated in the Jammu region of Jammu and Kashmir?

A

Mushrooms and Soybeans

B

Saffron and Zeera

C

Mustard and Peas

D

Basmati and Rajmash

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Correct Answer : D
Explanation :

Basmati is Jammu region and Rajmash in Kashmir region

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4. Lacha and Guchi are the forms of which of the following spices that is a prominent ingredient of the Kashmiri cuisine?

A

Cardamom

B

Saffron

C

Cinnamon

D

Turmeric

Crops JK Geography
Correct Answer : B
Explanation :

Kashmir Saffron is marketed in three distinct forms and these are Mongra, Lacha and Guchi. The distinction of these three forms is primarily on how long the Style is attached to its Stigma (Style and Stigma are parts of a flower; Saffron is actually the Stigma of a Saffron flower, which is the distal end of the plant`s carpel). There are three stigmas (filaments) in the middle of the Saffron flower, each of which is about 2 to 3 centimetres long and dark red. The deep red stigmas are further attached to the flower by pale filaments called styles.

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5. Which of the following regions is the major producer of saffron in the state of Jammu and Kashmir?

A

Leh district

B

Kashmir valley

C

Jamu district

D

Suru valley

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Correct Answer : B
Explanation :

Saffron in J&K is primarily cultivated in four districts (Pulwama, Budgam, Srinagar, Kishtwar) with 86% saffron farming system in heritage site of Pampore over 3200 hectares

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6. Tea, Coffee, Spices, Coconut, Rubber, Cardamom, Chillies all together can be kept in which of the following group or groups?

A

Food crop

B

Cash Crop

C

Food and cash crop

D

Plantation crop

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Correct Answer : D
Explanation :

Plantation crops are crops that are grown on large farms, called plantations, and are typically grown for commercial purposes. These crops are often grown on a large scale using specialized techniques and equipment, and are typically exported to other countries for sale.
Some examples of plantation crops include:
Sugar cane: This is a tropical grass that is grown for its sweet, juicy stalks, which are used to make sugar.
Rubber: This is a tree that is grown for its latex, which is used to make rubber.
Tea: This is a bush that is grown for its leaves, which are used to make tea.
Coffee: This is a shrub that is grown for its beans, which are used to make coffee.
Coconut: This is a tree that is grown for its fruit, which is used to make coconut milk and oil.
Banana: This is a tree that is grown for its fruit, which is a popular food around the world.
Palm oil: This is a tree that is grown for its fruit, which is used to make palm oil.
Tobacco: This is a plant that is grown for its leaves, which are used to make tobacco products such as cigarettes.
Cotton: This is a plant that is grown for its fibers, which are used to make textiles and other products.
Plantation crops are an important source of income and employment for many countries, and they contribute significantly to the global economy.

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7. Which is the leading litchi producing state in India?

A

Himachal Pradesh

B

Karnataka

C

Rajasthan

D

Bihar

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Correct Answer : D
Explanation :

The total production of litchi is concentrated mainly in Bihar, West Bengal, Assam and Jharkhand and to a smaller extent in Tripura, Punjab, Uttarakhand and Orissa. 2. Bihar is the leading state in litchi production (227.0 thousand tons.), followed by West Bengal (85.1 thousand tons.)

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8. Which of the following is a gifted crop cultivated in Kashmir has higher values in both National and International markets?

A

Saffron

B

Beans

C

Barley

D

Mustard

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Correct Answer : A
Explanation :

Saffron

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9. Which one of the following is a Rabi Crop?

A

Jowar

B

Rice

C

Cotton

D

Wheat

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Correct Answer : D
Explanation :

Wheat, barley, mustard, and green peas are some of the major rabi crops that grow in India. These crops are prone to unseasonal raining in the month of November and December because this can ruin the crop easily.

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10. Golden Delicious is a variety of ___________ fruits which is cultivated in Jammu and Kashmir.

A

Pear

B

Peach

C

Plum

D

Apple

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Correct Answer : D
Explanation :

Apple

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11. Halman is a variety of ___________ fruit grown in the areas of Jammu and Kashmir

A

Apricot

B

Apple

C

Grapes

D

Cherry

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Correct Answer : A
Explanation :

Apricot was found growing in the drier pockets of north-western Himalayas and two apricot varieties, locally known as Halman and Rakchaikarpo are reported to be indigenous to Leh-Ladakh areas of J&K State.

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12. Which of the following groups of crops are grown in India during the Kharif season?

A

Wheat, Gram and Barley

B

Soyabean, Groundnut and Cotton

C

Paddy, Pea and Mustard

D

Rice, Linseed and Barley

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Correct Answer : B
Explanation :

Soyabean, Groundnut and Cotton

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13. Which of the following is the largest producer of coffee in India?

A

Karnataka

B

Kerala

C

Assam

D

Andhra Pradesh

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Correct Answer : A
Explanation :

71% of India`s coffee is produced in Karnataka. The largest coffee-producing region of Karnataka is Kodagu (Coorg) district. Kodagu district of Karnataka produces 33% of the total coffee produced in India.

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14. Find the Odd One Out from the following given options

A

Barley

B

Maize

C

Soil

D

Millet

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Correct Answer : C
Explanation :

Soil

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