WAEC Agric Practical Questions and Answers 2022. Due to a lack of comprehension of the questions, many WAEC candidates struggle to accurately answer the WAEC Agriculture Practical Questions. I’ll show you how to answer WAEC Agric Science Practical questions in the best way possible so you may get a good result on your Agricultural Science test.
Before trying any question, you must first comprehend the WAEC Agric Practical marking structure in order to present your answers in such a way that they will appeal to the examiner and allow you to obtain high points.
Keep in mind that each process receives a grade. So, when reporting and presenting your practical outcomes, make sure you don’t neglect any steps. Also, keep in mind that precise sketching and labeling are really crucial.
You will be required to conduct an experiment and submit your findings.
What you’ll see is very similar to the WAEC Agric Specimen that was issued to your school.
Today’s WAEC Agric Practical Questions and Answers
Specimen A is a magnified pair of scissors with two long metal blades and two handles that could be made of wood, metal, rubber, or plastic. The blades are sharpened on one edge and bolted and nutted to the pivot.
(i) It is used for pruning process
(ii) It is used for cutting flowers
(i) It is use for weeding
(ii) It is used for trimming hedges or shrubs
(i) Store in a cool dry place
(ii) Clean or wash after use
(iii) Keep away from rain to prevent rust
(i) Store in a cool dry place
(ii) Always wash and clean after use
(iii) Sharpened the blade properly
(ii) Hand Trowel
WAEC Agric Practical Specimen Questions and Answer
1. (a) Which manure class does each of specimens A and B belong to?
(b) Write down three distinguishing traits for each of the examples A and B.
(c) List two precautions to take when using specimens A and B.
(d) (i)State which specimens are best for improving clay soil.
(ii) Justify your answer with two reasons.
(a) Natural and man-made.
(b) Specimen A (Poultry Droppings) Characteristics – Bulky – Rich in microorganisms
– Many plant nutrients are present, and soil fertility is improved.
-The quantity of nutrients is rather low – capable of binding soil particles together/improves soil structure has a foul odor
– Increases the warmth of the soil – Nutrients that are resistant to leaching and remain longer in the soil Improves soil structure, which reduces soil erosion. Nutrient concentrations that vary
B Specimen (N-P-K 15 -15-15)
– The structure is granular. Has a strong odor – contains only a few mineral nutrients – is not bulky – does not prevent soil erosion Nutrients are easy to come from. Hygroscopic.
Precautions to take when applying Specimen A (Poultry Droppings) to crops on the field
– Should not be applied to crops on the field when fresh. Must not be permitted to touch the plants
– Must cure adequately before use/be totally decomposed before use
– Hands must be washed promptly after use
– Protective clothes must be used
– Should be administered when soil is wet
Specimen B (N-P-K 15 -15-15) – Do not touch the plant directly. When the soil is too dry, do not apply.
– Always use gloves when applying manually. Hands should be washed shortly after use. Alkaline soils should not be used.
– When applying fertilizers, do not eat, drink, or smoke. Before application, conduct a soil test to determine which nutrients are missing.
2. a. Recognize specimens D, E, and F.
(b) Sort specimens D, E, and F into groups based on how they formed.
(c) Describe three characteristics of examples D and E separately.
(d) Describe the economic significance of specimen E in three ways.
D(Pebbles or sandstone), E(Granite), and F(Granite) are the correct answers (Marble).
Specimens (b) Sedimentary rock (D)
F – Metamorphic rock E – Igneous rock
(c) Specimen D (Pebbles/Sandstone) Specimen D (Pebbles/Sandstone) Specimen D (Pebbles/Sandstone) Specimen D
– Can be found in layers or strata.
– It could be coarse, fine, soft, or tough.
– Doesn’t have a crystalline structure.
– Fossils, plants, and animal remains may be present.
– Not able to withstand erosion
– It’s possible that it’s porous.
E Specimen (Granite)
– Natural crystalline/contain crystals
– It is huge – It is extremely hard – It is impervious to water
— Highly resistant to weathering and erosion
– There are no fossils in this item.
3. (a) Recognize the specimens C
(b) List two applications for sample C.
(c) Give two specimen C maintenance procedures.
(d) Give two other farm implements that can accomplish the same purpose as specimen C.
The given questions are only for practice and will not be used in the WAEC Agric practical exhibition in 2022.
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