Agronomy MCQs Quiz Multiple Choice Questions & Answers

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1. The standard test weight per bushel for soybean is

2. A common disease of wheat is leaf rust, which is caused by a fungus that does not survive over winter in Kansas. However, the leaf rust spores blow in from the Southern states each spring to infect our wheat crop. In this example, the wind is called the:

3. A harvest concern with regard to moldy corn seed is the potential presence of toxic levels of:

4. A new type of tillage tool being promoted for one time or infrequent use in no-till systems to incorporate some residue and break through surface compaction is currently being evaluated. This tool is called a:

5. According to NRCS guidelines, the minimum amount of crop residue which must remain on the soil surface for a cropping system after planting to qualify as conservation tillage is:

6. An important environmental concern related to pesticide use is:

7. Because both oilseed and confectionary sunflowers grown in Kansas do not produce additional new leaves after they begin flowering, their growth habit is called:

8. Broadcast application of dry urea fertilizer to an established field of tall fescue in early March is called:

9. Cattle grazing older, established tall fescue pastures results in poor weight gains, poor body condition, fever, lameness, and in some cases a loss of hooves and tail tips. The likely cause is:

10. Corn reproductive growth stages start with silking (R1) and end with physiological maturity (R6). The descriptive terms for the other four reproductive stages, in sequential order from R2 through R5, is:

11. European corn borers cause damage to corn by

12. If a farmer in Central Kansas planted both a Maturity Group 3 and a Maturity Group 4 variety on the same date, which of the following crops did he plant, and what will be the most likely result?

13. Most of the stored food energy used for germination in a corn seed is located in the:

14. Phosphorus from fertilizer or manure is most likely to be lost from crop fields, and thus may harm the environment, by:

15. Pigweed, velvetleaf, and giant ragweed are all problem weeds in row crops in Kansas that are classified as:

16. Presence of high amounts of which of the following substances is the primary concern related to the quality of ground water used for irrigation:

17. Prussic acid poisoning is a potential problem for livestock grazing which of the following forage crops?

18. Sprinker irrigation systems have an advantage over furrow irrigation systems for all of the following except:

19. Syngenta and Monsanto both began selling all soybean seed by count in 2011, and other companies are expected to move quickly to bagging soybean seed by count. The standard seed count for these soybean seed bags is:

20. The greatest yield reduction due to drought stress in soybean varieties typically grown in Kansas= generally results when the stress occurs during the:

21. The phrase dusting it in when used in wheat production refers to:

22. The practice of no-till planting grain sorghum into the stubble of a wheat crop immediately after wheat harvest in late June is called:

23. The top two crops in value in the US and Kansas are:

24. The wheat diseases soil borne mosaic, streak mosaic, and barley yellow dwarf are all caused by:

25. To slow the development of insect resistance (Insect Resistance Management) in crops genetically engineered with Bt technology, farmers have been required to plant a portion (usually 20%) of the field to non-Bt hybrids as a refuge. Some new corn hybrids like Pioneer Optimum® AcreMax™ now include RIB technology which means:

26. Which of the following conditions would not likely be a result of using a no-till system that leaves crop residue on the soil surface versus incorporating the residue with tillage?

27. Which of the following is the most common liquid fertilizer carrier that supplies both nitrogen and phosphorus with an analysis of 10-34-0?

28. Which of the following is the predominant cool season, introduced, perennial forage grass crop grown in Kansas for pasture and hay?

29. Which of the following Kansas crops is used as grain for human food or livestock feed, plus it is commonly used to produce oil, high fructose sweetener, biofuel (ethanol), silage, and industrial products such as biodegradable trash bags and packing peanuts?

30. Which of the following terms or acronyms found on a pesticide label defines the protective equipment (type of clothing, gloves, goggles, respirator, etc.) that must be used by the person napplying the pesticide to insure their safety and avoid risk of overexposure?


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