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CSS :: Forest Nursery Techniques


1.  Forest nursery techniques is/are:
A. To make an afforestation/reforestation campaign a success a well-stocked nursery raised on scientific lines is a pre-requisite. B. The adverse biotic and edaphic factors, failure of most of the planting campaigns in the country
C. Can generally be traced back to poor stock raised in ill-equipped nurseries by the staff, which is often ignorant of the modern techniques of nursery raising and its management D. All of the above

2.  Abies pindrow (Fir) period of ripening of seed is:
A. Sptember - November B. May - July
C. February - April D. None of these

3.  Cadrus deodara (Deodar) period of ripening of seed is:
A. May - July B. September - November
C. February - April D. None of these

4.  Picea smithiana (Spruce) period of ripening of seed is:
A. Sptember - November B. May - July
C. February - April D. None of these

5.  Pinus gerardiana (Chalgozapine) period of ripening of seed:
A. May - July B. September - November
C. February - April D. None of these

6.  Pinus roxburghil (Chir pine) period of ripening of seed is:
A. April - May B. September - November
C. February - April D. None of these

7.  Pinus wallichiana (Blue pine) period of ripening of seed is:
A. June - July B. September - November
C. February - April D. None of these

8.  Pinus helepensis (Quetta pine) period of ripening of seed is:
A. October - November B. September - November
C. March - April D. None of these

9.  Cupressus arizonica (American cypress) period of ripening of seed is:
A. April - May B. September - November
C. February - April D. None of these

10.  Acacia modesta period of ripening of seed is:
A. May - July B. September - November
C. February - April D. November




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