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EXPO: WAEC Agric Science Questions and Answers 2022/2023 – Theory and Objectives (OBJ)

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EXPO: WAEC Agricultural Science Questions and Answers 2022/2023 – Theory and Objectives (OBJ).

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WAEC Agricultural Science Questions and Answers

The West African Examinations Council is an examination that is for all the west African country (Ghana, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Liberia, and Gambia).

Today’s WAEC Agricultural Science Expo (Theory and OBJ) -Thursday, 23rd June, 2022.

  • Agricultural Science 2 (Essay) › 13:00 hrs. – 15: 10 hrs.
  • Agricultural Science 1 (Objective) › 15: 10 hrs. – 16:00 hrs.

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WAEC 2022 AGRIC SCIENCE PRACTICAL SPECIMEN

Specimen A – Feeding trough

Specimen B – Burdizzo (real/picture/diagram)

Specimen C – Neck/collar tag

Specimen D – Spanner

Specimen E – Kerosine lamp

Specimen F – Inorganic fertilizer (superphosphate) (labelled)

Specimen G – Compost (labelled)

Specimen H – Farmyard manure (labelled)

Specimen I – Groundnut seeds (unshelled)

Specimen J – Cotton lint

Specimen K – Oil palm fruit

Specimen L – Rubber latex (labelled)

Specimen M – Crop (Poultry)

Specimen N – Gizzard (longitudinal section with its contents)

Specimen O – Rumen

Specimen P – Small intestine

Specimen Q – Liver

See Also: WAEC Agric Science Syllabus

Today’s WAEC Agricultural Science Practical Expo – Tuesday, 7th June, 2022.

Agricultural Science 3 (Practical) › 08:30 hrs. – 10:00 hrs. (1st Set)Agricultural Science 3 (Practical) › 10:30 hrs. – 12:00 hrs. (2nd Set)Agricultural Science 3 (Alternative to Practical Work)***** › 08:30 hrs. – 10:00 hrs.

(1ai)
(i) Granting farmers loan
(ii) Establishment of agencies like Nigeria Agriculture and Co-operative Bank(N.A.C.)
(1aii)
(i) Establishment of adult education for farmers
(ii) Sensitizing farmers on importance of being educated
(1aiii)
(i)Employment of extension officer to sensitize farmers
(ii) Funding of extension programmes
(1aiv)
(i)Government should make policies that will favour farmers and discourage foreign counterparts
(ii) Government should create a good marketing channels for distribution of farm produce.

(1b)
TABULATE
= Disc plough
(i) does not have numerous small disc
(ii) has no scrappers
(iii) no drawbar
= Disc Harrow
(i) consist of numerous small disc
(ii) has scrappers
(iii) has drawbar
(1c)
(i) It destroy soil structure
(ii) It may results in erosion
(iii) It causes compaction due to its heavy weight
(iv) It affect the fertility of the soil

(2a)
(i) TIME
(i) It determines whether or not the soil is well developed
(ii) It takes shorter time in the formation of immature soil
(iii) It also takes a long time for plant to decay and become part of the soil
(ii) RAINFALL
(i) It provides water for hydrolysis
(ii) It helps to break down some parent rocks to form soil
(iii) It enhances vegetative growth of plants whose roots cause further breakdown
(iii) PARENT MATERIAL

(i) They constitute major materials from which soil is formed
(ii) It determines the chemical composition of the soil formed
(iii) It’s hardness affects the rate of soil formation

(2b)
(i) Non-uniform of crops
(ii) Most exhaustive crops should be followed by less exhaustive e
(iii) Deep rooted crops should be succeeded by shallow rooted crops
(iv) Leguminous crops should be grown after non-leguminous crops

(2c)
(i) It serves as cover crops
(ii) It serves as food for livestock
(iii) It is used as green manure
(iv) It helps to prevent erosion
(v) It is used for roofing farmstead

(3a)
Selective exploration is the process of cutting or harvesting only matured trees in a forest. It is a way of concentrating certain selected species of timber in a forest reserve. The system allows for the harvesting of older trees while the younger ones remain as cover to the surface of the forest. It is the legal felling of trees based on certain criteria such as maturity and species.

3ai
Pasture is land used for grazing. Pasture lands in the narrow sense are enclosed tracts of farmland, grazed by domesticated livestock, such as horses, cattle, sheep, or swine.

(3b)
(i) It ensures the concentration of selected species of timber in a forest.
(ii) It protects the soil from erosion.
(iii) It ensures the continuous supply of timber

(3ci)
(i) beetle
(ii) moths
(iii) rodents
(3cii)
(i) locusts
(ii) cater pillar insect
(iii) grasshopper
(3d)
(i)Mulch planting beds with

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