Functional Application of Knowledge: Plant Propagation LET Reviewer

These are sample questions about the functional application of knowledge in plant propagation. These set of questions are under the Agriculture and Fishery Arts specialization examination.

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From which of the following crops is Barong Tagalog made?
Which refers to any crops which are intended by the grower to become the main source of income?
Which term refers to the arrangement of leaves on a stem?
The following are characteristics of sexual propagation, EXCEPT :
Which type of soil has approximately 20-40% sand, 18-52% silt, and 27-40% clay
The following are examples of parasitic plants, EXCEPT:
Which pasture and forage crops are grown, cut, fermented and preserved before being fed to animals?
Which are woody climbing or twinning plants?
Which grafting method is used to bypass a damaged area of a tree trunk?
Which is the science and art of systematic production of useful plants and animals for man's use and consumption through human management?
Which crops are referred to as "garden crops"? They are annual and perennial crops which are grown under an intensive system of culture and utilized with high moisture content, and therefore, are perishable.
Which plants grow on another plant but are not parasitic?They usually derive physical support from the host and obtain nourishment from the air and other sources.
Which of the following is not one of the tools in nursery operations?
All are advantages of sprinkler irrigation except:
Which accessories are pulled by animals or mounted on a machinery to make work easier?
Which of the following are the two classifications of simple fruits?
Which of the following has a parallel leaf venation?
Which gas is released during photosynthesis?
Which are crops from the regrowth of shoots retained on the plants after harvest?
Which tool in nursery operations keeps track of the species and number of seedlings in the different stages of development?
Where is the earliest planned sowing and harvesting of plants discovered through archaeological excavation?
Which organic fertilizer is made from decayed plants and animals?
Which are herbaceous climbing or twining plants without self-supporting stems?
The following are examples of cole crops EXCEPT:
All of the following crops are monoecious EXCEPT:
Which of the following is NOT one of the importance of plant classification?
Which of the following ornamental plants is used by landscapers to cover lawns?
Which is a protective covering made of either sawdust, moss, compost, gravel, paper, or a combination, spread or left on the ground to enrich soil?
Which type of irrigation is also known as trickle irrigation, micro -irrigation, or localized irrigation?
Which refers to the propagation of fruits, vegetables, and ornamental plants?
Which is the most essential and important resource for all life on the planet?
Which is the the process of transferring young and tender seedlings from seedbed into containers? It is carried out when the seedlings reach a height of 2 cm.
What is meant by a 15-30-15 fertilizer?
Which type of soil has 25-50% sand, 20-50% silt, and 5-27% clay? It is soft, smooth, gritty and feels like plastic. It forms a mold when dry but requires careful handling and can be handled freely without breaking when moist.
Which is referred to as the hard covering of a seed?
Which soil erosion is caused by improper planning and arranging of furrows along the land slopes?
Which Latin words mean "field cultivation"?
Which plants maintain their leaves throughout the year?
Which is the transfer of pollen from the anther of one flower to the stigma of another flower in separate plants?
Which type of pollination involves wind as the agent?
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