WAEC 2019 Agricultural Science Practical Answer Now Available

WAEC AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE PRACTICAL 2019

SPECIMEN A – RAKES

SPECIMEN B – SHEARS

SPECIMEN C – SHOVEL

SPECIMEN D – CUTLASS

SPECIMEN E – WHEELBARROW

SPECIMEN F – CLAY SOIL

SPECIMEN G – LOAMY SOIL

SPECIMEN H – SANDY SOIL

SPECIMEN I – EARTHWORMS

SPECIMEN J – ONION

SPECIMEN K – TOMATOES

SPECIMEN L – CARROT

SPECIMEN M – AMARANTHUS

SPECIMEN N – OKRO

SPECIMEN O – SPINACH

SPECIMEN P – DRIED ANIMAL BLOOD (LABELLED)

SPECIMEN Q – BONE MEAL (LABELLED)

SPECIMEN R – RICE BRAN

SPECIMEN S – CATFISH

Specimen A – RAKES

i) Rakes can be used at home for various clearing and gardening tasks.

ii) They can also be used in industries such as agriculture and landscaping

SPECIMENS C – SHOVEL

i) used to transfer soil from one place to another.

ii) Farmers use this tool to make garden parts and also to remove stone and rubbish.

SPECIMEN D – CUTLASS

i) Cutlass is used for pre-planting activities such as the cutting down and clearing of grasses

*_COMPLETED AGRIC PRACTICAL ANSWER_*

1a)
Specimen A is a file
Specimen B is a Grinding stone
Specimen C is a cutlass
Specimen D is a shovel 

1b)
– They are both used for sharpening farm tools
– They are both used for smoothening rough surfaces of farm implements

1c)
– It should be sharpened regularly
– Keep it in a dry and cool place
– Metals part should be oiled and greased before storage 

1d)
(i) – Possession of wooden handle
– Possession of rectangular or round edge
– Possession of hollow blade
(ii) A – It is used for sharpening blades of farm tools
C – For weeding farm lands
D – For making garden paths

2a) Specimen E is a clayed soil
Specimen F is a Loamy soil
Specimen G is sandy soil
Specimen H is a Legume 

2b) – Specimen E –
– It is fined grained
– It is smooth to the touch
– Specimen F –
– It is dark brown or dark in colour
– It has non-powdery and non-sticky texture 

2c)
– By planting cover crops
– By application of compost manure
– By mulching the soil 

2d)
– It helps in holding water capacity of E and G
– It helps E and G structure of the soil by binding the particle of coarse – texture soil together 

2e) Cocoa, Pepper, Casava and okro

3a)
– Specimen I is cowpea
– Specimen J is plantain 

3b)
– I is a leguminous plant
– J is a staple food 

3c)
– I : Vigna unguiculata
– J : musa paradisiaca 

3d)
– I : it is prepared by seeds
– J : It is prepared by vegetative means 

3e)
None can be raised in a nursery 

3f)
– I : Possession of long 20-50cm peduncle
– J : It is yellow in colour when matured
– I : Possession of varying size and shape of the leaves
– J : It can be eaten raw when matured 

3g)
Storage is done in silos on a large scale 

3h)
Pod borers, bean Beetle, leaf hoppers 

3i)
– Bacteria disease is Bacteria wilt
– Fungal disease is Anthracnose

(4a)
SPECIMEN Q
(i) calcium
SPECIMEN S
(i)lipids
(ii)Carbohydrate (oil and fat)

(4b)
(i)carbohydrates; supplied from grain or grain byproducts (such as corn grain, wheat grain, and wheat middlings) that are rich in starch.
(ii)lipids; supplying essential fatty acids (EFA), helping absorb fat-soluble vitamins, Also, including lipids in the diet may increase food intake.
(iii)Protein; comprises about 70 percent of the dry weight of fish muscle. Acontinual supply of protein is needed throughout life for maintenance and growth.

(4c)
(i)cow
(ii)pork
(iii)sheep

(4d)

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