Punjab Patwari Agriculture Questions 2020 (Important) – Part 3

Agriculture is a vast topic but these Punjab Patwari Agriculture Questions will help you to crack this exam. Because these agriculture MCQ’s have asked in many exams.

This is the 3rd part of this series. All the questions in this part are important. These questions are according to the previous year’s papers of Punjab Patwari Exams.

Punjab Patwari Agriculture Questions 2020 (Important) – Part 3

1. Who is the father of Agricultural Engineering in India? (Important)

(A) M.S. Swaminathan

(B) Mason Vaugh

(C) Dr. Norman Borlaug

(D) Sam Higginbottom

2. Dr. Norman Borlaug is related to which revolution?                                   (Asked in Many Exams)

(A) Yellow Revolution

(B) Green Revolution 

(C) Grey Revolution

(D) White Revolution


3. Reserve Bank of India College of Agricultural Banking located in which state? (Organization & Their Chairman are always important)

(A)West Bengal

(B) Odisha

(C) Haryana

(D) Maharashtra


4. Which country plays an important role in the world’s food supply system?

(A) India

(B) China

(C) Australia

(D) Nepal


5. In India, the Agricultural Census is conducted every……..                              (Asked in Exams)

(A) 2 Years

(B) 5 Years

(C) 3 Years

(D) 1 Years


6. Which state is most productive of paddy?

(A) Bihar

(B) West Bengal

(C) Punjab

(D) Haryana


7. Wheat also is known as? (Important)

(A) King of cereals

(B) Queen of Cereals

(C) King and Queen of Cereals

(D) None of these


8. Wheat protein is called as?

(A) Gluten

(B) Bluten

(C) Hluten

(D) None of These


9. Botanical name Indian cane?

(A) Saccharum officinarum

(B) Saccharum Barberi

(C) Saccharum Sinensis

(D) Both B & C

10. What does the word Olericulture refer to ____? (Important)

[A] Cultivation of Fruits

[B] Cultivation of Vegetables

[C] Cultivation of Oil Seeds

[D] Cultivation of Wheat

Punjab Patwari Agriculture Questions 2020 (Important) – Part 2

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  1. There are two centers of domestication for sugarcane: one for Saccharum officinarum by Papuans in New Guinea and another for Saccharum sinense by Austonesians in Taiman and southern China. Papuans and Austronesians originally primarily used sugarcane as food for domesticated pigs. The spread of both S. officinarum and S. sinense is closely linked to the migrations of the Austronesian peoples. Saccharum barberi was only cultivated in India after the introduction of S. officinarum


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