MCQ On Wheat Crop

MCQ On Wheat Crop :

  1. Question: Which of the following species of wheat is known as “soft sarbati” and is suitable for chapatti making?
    • A) Triticum durum
    • B) Triticum dicoccum
    • C) Triticum aestivum
    • D) Triticum monococcum
    • Answer: C) Triticum aestivum
  2. Question: In India, which species of wheat is locally known as “khapali wheat” and is good for making South Indian dish “Uppumav”?
    • A) Triticum aestivum
    • B) Triticum durum
    • C) Triticum dicoccum
    • D) Triticum monococcum
    • Answer: C) Triticum dicoccum
  3. Question: Which root system of wheat arises from the embryo at the time of seed germination and gradually dies as the plant grows?
    • A) Seminal root system
    • B) Crown root system
    • C) Adventitious root system
    • D) Fibrous root system
    • Answer: A) Seminal root system
  4. Question: What is the flowering portion of the wheat plant called?
    • A) Stem
    • B) Leaf
    • C) Ear or head
    • D) Spikelet
    • Answer: C) Ear or head
  5. Question: Which stage of wheat crop growth is considered critical for irrigation?
    • A) Germination
    • B) Tillering
    • C) Flowering
    • D) Grain development
    • Answer: C) Flowering
  6. Question: What is the optimum temperature required for wheat germination?
    • A) 16-20°C
    • B) 22-25°C
    • C) Less than 5°C
    • D) More than 30°C
    • Answer: B) 22-25°C
  7. Question: Which herbicide is commonly used to control broad-leaved weeds in wheat fields?
    • A) Pendimethalin
    • B) Sulphosulfuron
    • C) 2,4-D
    • D) Isoproturon
    • Answer: C) 2,4-D
  8. Question: What is the average yield of timely/normal sown wheat crop?
    • A) 35-40 Q/ha
    • B) 45-50 Q/ha
    • C) 10-12 Q/ha
    • D) 88 Q/ha
    • Answer: B) 45-50 Q/ha
  9. Question: Which scientist is known for developing dwarf wheat varieties?
    • A) Dr. Borlaug
    • B) Dr. Norman
    • C) Dr. Mendel
    • D) Dr. Watson
    • Answer: A) Dr. Borlaug

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