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Waec 2024 Agriculture Practical Answers

Our team contacted a NECO official in charge of maths this morning and learnt that it’ll be coming at an extra cost and the price is high due to its high confidentiality. Because of the nature of the subject being a core subject, we are paying more to both NECO officials and experts solving the questions. And believe me you won’t find the questions free anywhere tomorrow, they’ll charge at higher prices, So payments will be done to experts that will solve questions fast as possible before the commencement of the exam.
If the payments have been gathered as early before tomorrow, the questions and answers will be ready before the start of the exam. I myself will make sure the questions comes as early as possible. So the earlier the payment, the better it is for you all. I hope you all understand this.


(i) Both depicts animals with four legs
(ii) Both have eyes

I. Rump
II. Snout
III. Ear
IV. Whiskers

(i) The house should be designed to provide proper air circulation and ventilation to maintain a comfortable and healthy environment for the pigs.

(ii) It should have a reliable and efficient drainage system to manage waste and prevent the accumulation of stagnant water.

(iii) The house should be equipped with strong and secure fencing to keep the pigs safely contained and protect them from predators.

Gestation feed

(i) Regular cleaning and sanitation.
(ii) Proper waste management.
(iii) Disease prevention and biosecurity

(i) Place one hand under the rabbit’s hindquarters, supporting their weight.
(ii) Hold the rabbit close to your body to prevent excessive movement and keep the rabbit calm during treatment.


Fibrous root

Perennial plants

(i) Coleoptile
(ii) Radicle

Diagram G are the reproductive units used for growing maize plants, while Diagram H are the edible storage organs used for consumption and propagation of yam plants.

(i) Fertile soil
(ii) Timely planting

(i) Proper Fertilization
(ii) Weeding control
(iii) Adequate irrigation

(i) Healthy and vigor
(ii) Adequate size and weight
(iii) Good sprouting potential

Extracting the tubers from the soil


Diagram A is a Milking machine while C is a Tractor


(i) It significantly reduces udemands and expenses
(ii) It increases efficiency by automating the milking process, allowing for faster and more consistent milk extraction.
(iii) It ensures better hygiene and reduces the risk of contamination
(iv) It enable precise control over milking parameters, such as speed and pressure, optimizing the well-being of dairy animals

(i) Ensure proper cleaning and sterilization of its components to prevent bacterial contamination of milk.
(ii) Regularly inspect and maintain the milking machine to address any malfunctions promptly
(iii) Train operators on the correct usage of the milking machine to avoid stress or injury to dairy animals
(iv) Monitor vacuum level properly

(i) It is used for gripping, bending, and cutting wire or other materials
(ii) It is used for securing bolts or fastening components in machinery.

(i) To improve its longevity for long-term use on the farm
(ii) To avoid rusting
(iii) To avoid stiffness
(iv) To ensure ensuring its reliability on the farm.

I – To exit the exhaust gasses up and away from the tractor.
II – To enable the operator control accurately the direction of the tractor

(i) Checking fluid levels such as oil and coolant
(ii) Inspecting tire pressure
(iii) Ensuring all safety features and controls are functioning properly.


D – Nitrogen cycle
E – Prismatic structure
F – PH scale

I – Ammonification
III – Nitrification
V – Nitrification
VII Dentrification

II – Ammonia
IV – Nitrates
VI – Nitrates

VIII – Sand grain
IX – Air space

B horizon (subsoil) of the soil profile

X – It indicates an acidic soil with a higher concentration of hydrogen ions.
XI – It indicates an alkaline soil with a lower concentration of hydrogen ions




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