NECO GCE 2019 Agric Practical Answer Now Available – Nov/Dec

A – Knapsack sprayer
B – Axe
C – Sickle

Specimen B:
(i) possession of wooden handle
(ii) possession of metal blade

Specimen C:
(i) It consist of a curved metal blade
(ii) It usually have short wooden handle

(i) Use protective clothing when spraying
(ii) Do not smoke, eat or drink when spraying

A – It can be used to apply liquids such as fertilisers, herbicides and fungicides

B – It is used to shape, split and cut wood

C – It is used for harvesting or reaping grain crops

(i) Grease metal part before storage
(ii) Clean after use
(iii) Store in a cool, dry place

(i) Place a soil sample on the aluminium dish
(ii) Apply heat to dry the sample soil
(iii) Weigh the the soil sample after drying
(iv) Weigh the aluminium dish to determine the weight of the soil sample

(i) Retort stand
(ii) Bunsen burner
(iii) Aluminium dish

Mass of empty dish = 29g
Mass of dish + fresh soil = 42g
Mass of dish + dry soil = 39g
% moisture content of soil = Mass of water/Mass of fuel soil Ă— 100/1
Mass of fresh soil = 42 – 29 = 13g
Mass of water = 39 – 29 = 10g
= 10/13 Ă— 100/1 = 76.92%

(i) Sediment particles are small
(ii) Low pore space present
(iii)capillaries are high

(i) Crop rotation practice
(ii) Irrigation

Specimen E: Onion
Specimen F: okro
Specimen G: Cowpea

Specimen E: Allium cepa
Specimen F: Abelmoschus esculentus
Specimen G: Vigna unguiculata


Spacing required of specimen E is 30cm by 30cm

It is propagated by seed

(i) It ensure the maximum used of land
(ii) Cowpea supply nutrient necessary for specimen G to grow well.

(i) Grasshoppers
(ii) Weavil

(i) blight disease
(ii) rosette disease

Specimen H: bird nail
Specimen I: is feather

H: hawk
I: guinea fowl

(i)through boiled water
(ii)hand picking

(i)during processing for food
(ii)for industrial use

(i)for it protection
(ii)for it locomotion
(iii)for it incubation of eggs

-Guinea fowl


– Treduce the risk of injury and bruising to herd mates.
– Tevent financial losses from trimming damaged carcasses_

-Feathers insulate birds from water and cold temperatures.

-Feathers allow for flight;

-Feathers control what a bird looks like by supplying the bird with colors.

For decoration

-Feather fiber has properties in common with cellulose

-Feather meal

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