(a) To what type of rock do each of specimens D, E, and F belong?
(b) State the types of weathering caused by each of specimens G, H, and l
(c) Give two ways by which weathering causes each of specimens G, H, and I.
(o) State three ways in which specimen D is important to agriculture
(a) State each of the disease condition observed on specimens J (MAIZE PLANT) and K (CASSAVA LEAF) and their causative agents.
(b) Explain the mode of transmission of the diseases on each of specimens J and K.
(c) State two effects each of the diseases on Specimens J and K and two control measures of each
(d) Name two other diseases of specimen K.
(a) ldentify specimens L, M and N.
Specimen L; Specimen M; Specimen N;
(b) ldentify specimens O and P, using specimen N
(c) In which of specimens O and P will specimen M survive better?
(d) What is the relevance of specimen L in the production of specimen M?
(e) State two pond management practices to improve specimen O for the production of specimen M.
(f) List three ways by which the loss of specimen M can be controlled in a farm.
(g) State one method each of (i) partial harvesting. (ii) complete harvesting of specimen M.
Make a careful observation of specimens A ( Sandy Soil), B (Clay), C ( Loam), and use your observations to answer questions (a) - (d)
(a) State three characteristics of each of specimens A. B and C
(b) Which of the specimens is the most suitable for crop production? Give two reasons for your answer.
(c) List four arable crops that can thrive Well on specimen C.
(d) State one way of improving specimen B.
(a) State two functions each of specimens D (Hoe), E (Rake), F (Pliers), G (Axe), and H (Hand Trowel)
(b) State one method of maintaining each of specimens D, É, F, G, and H