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  • Q1

    What do you call a process of applying water to the crops artificially to fulfill their water requirements?

    A. Bathing

    C. Soaking

    D. Watering

    B. Irrigating

    30s
  • Q2

    Which of the following will NOT be the sources of irrigation? 

    D. ponds

    B. lakes

     C. oceans

    A. dams

    30s
  • Q3

    Which of the following statement best describes about irrigation? 

    A. It is the essential source of plant to grow.

    C. The conservation and preservation of water.

    D. The reuse of water will be maximized to solve water scarcity.

    B. The act of redirecting water for a specific purpose.

    30s
  • Q4

    Irrigation system deals with redirecting water from rivers, lakes, and underground sources, they have impact on the surrounding environment. Which of theseimpacts can cause unpredictability in the atmosphere?

    A. Increased evaporation in irrigated areas.

    D. Increased water flow downstream of sources and rivers and stream.

    B. Increased ground water level in irrigated areas.

    C. Increased of condensation in the atmosphere.

    30s
  • Q5

    As a farmer, what is the best thing to do to avoid negative impacts of using irrigation?

    D. Maximize the use of irrigation even if it is not needed.

    B. Improve water condition in the soil.

    C. Keep clogging areas clean to avoid the breeding of mosquitos.

    A. Close the water sources. 

    30s
  • Q6

    Irrigation has an indirect impact on the surrounding environment. Which of these impacts occurs when the soil becomes oversaturated with water promoting anaerobic conditions?

    B. Socioeconomic Damage

    C. Soil Salinization

    D. Waterlogging

    A. Ecological Damage 

    30s
  • Q7

    Joe is a farmer wanting to control water logging in the irrigation system. What must he do?

    C. Open the drainage area.

    A. Keep irrigation system untidy.

    D. Use water irrigation economically and keep the intensity of irrigation to flow

    B. Maximize the flow of water in the irrigation system.

    30s
  • Q8

    Which of the following must be done to produce an ideal irrigation project in the field?

    C. Choose the right location where the topography of the soil is suited for the crops to be planted.

    B. Choose the right area where water supply is available.

    A. Choose the right area where the project will be installed.

    D. Choose the right location wherein weather condition is applicable to any irrigation methods.

    30s
  • Q9

    Why is drainage needed in the irrigation system?

    B. Drainage is necessary because it improves the capacity level of the water source.

    C. Drainage is necessary because it increases the runoff in the field.

    D. Drainage is necessary because it removes the excess water from the irrigated areas.

    A. Drainage is necessary because it helps the farmersin terms of operation cost.

    30s
  • Q10

    Do you agree that we need to consider the source of water in choosing the irrigation methods?

    B. No, because too much water in the field can cause stunted root growth. 

    A. No, because if more water is present in the field/furrows, it reduces the growth of plant.

    C. Yes, because an irrigation system needs sufficient water to supply plant growth.

    D. Yes, because irrigation system will provide the essential agricultural requirement.

    30s
  • Q11

    What do you think is the reason of removing canal obstruction in maintaining irrigation systems?

    B. Materials in the canal if properly eliminated will prevent the trapping of flowing water.

    D. Obstruction materials in the canal can cause overflowing of water in the field.

    A. It can cause soil removal in the field.

    C. Obstruction materials in the canal can be utilized as fertilizer after decomposition.

    30s
  • Q12

    In what instances does irrigation affect the life of the people in a community. 

    C. Irrigation can help crops to survive and produce more harvests where future food production is secured.

    A. Irrigation can be a source of water supply to the community.

    D. Irrigation can significantly contribute poverty alleviation to individuals.

    B. Irrigation can change the life of a farmers in a way that the operation can make easier and faster.

    30s
  • Q13

    Which of these principal methods of using irrigation system disposed waste in furrowed plots?

    C. Spray Irrigation

    B. Furrow irrigation

    A. Drip irrigation

    D. Sprinkler irrigation

    30s
  • Q14

    Which of the following crops is best suited under furrow irrigation?

     B. Corn

    D. Vegetables

    C. Spices

    A. Cactus

    30s
  • Q15

    The following are the steps in cleaning irrigation system. Arrange them in chronological order. I- Flush the main and secondary pipes with clean water.

    II- Leave the system filled for 24 hours, do not irrigate.

    III- Apply Chlorine solution: ready when the last dipper has pH>10.

    IV- Add nitric acid and trickle shortly once per 3 hours to flush out chalk precipitation.

    V- Flush after the chlorine solution: rinse the pipes and mixing tanks with clean water to irrigate for some time.

    C. V, II, IV, III, I

    B. I, III, II, V, IV

    A. I, II, III, IV, V

    D. V, IV, III, II, I

    30s

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