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Jamb 2024 Agricultural Science Answer day 1

*NECO GCE AGRIC SCIENCE*

*NUMBER ONE*

(1ai)
-LEASEHOLD-
(i) Duration of tenure: Leasehold is a land tenure system where the land is leased or rented for a specific period of time, typically ranging from a few years to several decades. This feature allows for flexibility in land use as the tenant has the right to use the land for a fixed period of time but does not have permanent ownership.
(ii) Rent payment: In leasehold, the tenant is required to pay rent to the landowner for the use of the land. The rent may be in the form of cash, crops, or a combination of both. This feature provides income to the landowner and ensures that the tenant has a financial obligation to maintain and improve the land.

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*NECO GCE AGRIC SCIENCE*

*NUMBER TWO*

(2ai)
-ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION-
(i) Promote the use of organic farming methods, crop rotation, and integrated pest management techniques to minimize soil erosion, nutrient depletion, and chemical pollution.
(ii) Encourage the adoption of conservation agriculture techniques such as minimum tillage, cover cropping, and agroforestry to improve soil health, water retention, and biodiversity.
(iii) Planting of trees and restoration of forests can help in reducing the impact of agriculture on the environment by preventing soil erosion and reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
(iv) Proper planning and zoning of agricultural activities can prevent encroachment on fragile ecosystems and promote sustainable land use

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(8ai)
(i) Reduced Growth Rates
(ii) Poor Reproductive Performance
(iii) Weight Loss and Emaciation
(iv) Increased Susceptibility to Diseases

(8aii)
(i) Calcium
(ii) Phosphorus

(8bi)
Stud Mating involves the controlled mating of a male animal (stud) with a female in a specific breeding environment. while Pen Mating involves allowing a group of females to freely associate with a male (kept in the same pen or enclosure).

(8bii)
Line Breeding involves breeding animals within the same genetic line or family to concentrate desirable traits. while Cross Breeding involves mating animals from different breeds or genetic lines.

(8c)
(i) Poor Water Quality
(ii) Overcrowding
(iii) Unbalanced diet

(8d)
(i) Beeswax
(ii) Propolis
(iii) Royal Jelly

(1ai)
-LEASEHOLD-
(i) Duration of tenure: Leasehold is a land tenure system where the land is leased or rented for a specific period of time, typically ranging from a few years to several decades.
(ii) Rent payment: In leasehold, the tenant is required to pay rent to the landowner for the use of the land. The rent may be in the form of cash, crops, or a combination of both.

(1aii)
-INHERITANCE-
(i) Intergenerational transfer: Inheritance allows for the transfer of land ownership from one generation to the next.
(ii) Customary laws and traditions: Inheritance is often governed by customary laws and traditions, which vary from culture to culture.

(1b)
(i) Industries provide a market for agricultural products.
(ii) Industries provide employment opportunities for rural populations.
(iii) Industries contribute to agricultural development through innovations.
(iv) Industries provide inputs and services to farmers, such as agricultural machinery, fertilizers.

(1c)
(i) Plough
(ii) Disc harrow.
(iii) Cultivator.

(1d)
(i) Irrigation
(ii) Grain drying
(iii) Milking
(iv) Poultry farming
(v) Greenhouse farming

(6a)
(i) Pruning
(ii) Weeding
(iii) Tapping
(iv) Fertilization

(6b)
(i) Environmental Pollution
(ii) Resistance Development
(iii) Non-Target Species Impact
(iv) Residue Buildup

(6c)
(i) Orchids
(ii) Bonsai Trees
(iii) Foliage Plants (e.g., Ferns)
(iv) Succulents

(6d)
(i) Encouraging people to plant trees.
(ii) The prohibition of bush burning, the cutting down of timber trees, except with an official permit and the cutting down of trees in a forest reserve.
(iii) Illegal felling of trees should not be encouraged.
(iv) Harvesting of an under-aged tress, that is, the tree could only be harvested when it is about 20 or 25 years old.

(10a)
(i) Farm assets refer to the resources owned and controlled by a farm, such as land, buildings, machinery, livestock, and crops. While, farm liabilities are the debts and obligations that a farm has, such as loans, mortgages, and unpaid bills.

(ii) Appreciation refers to the increase in the value of an asset over time due to factors such as inflation, market demand, or improvements made to the asset. While, depreciation refers to the decrease in the value of an asset over time due to factors such as wear and tear, obsolescence, or market conditions.

(10b)
(i) Income and expense records
(ii) Inventory records
(iii) Production records
(iv) Sales records

(10c)
(i) Wide reach: Mass media platforms such as television, radio, and the internet have the ability to reach a large audience across different geographical locations.

(ii) Cost-effective: Mass media can be a cost-effective method of agricultural extension as it allows for the dissemination of information to a large audience simultaneously.

(iii) Timeliness: Mass media can quickly deliver information to farmers, ensuring that they have access to the latest agricultural techniques, practices, and market trends in a timely manner.

(iv) Visual and audio impact: Television and online videos, in particular, can provide visual demonstrations of agricultural practices, techniques, and innovations, making it easier for farmers to understand complex concepts.

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