Test from Lesson 7
A training test for learners.
1. What are the ways to protect plants against pests and diseases?
a) Immediately after finding out we use chemical sprays
b) Means are limited, the best way is to wait how the situation will evolve on neighbouring areas
c) Prevention, direct protection, indirect protection
2. List forms of prevention?
a) Careful planning, evidence, choice of appropriate varieties, monitoring
b) Monitoring of expert journals and meteorological reports
c) Gaining of experience, verification of information and advice etc.
3. What are possibilities for indirect protection of plants?
a) We ensure that beds did not get pests and diseases from neighbouring areas
b) We promote the occurrence of beneficial insects and animals, we care for crops and dispose contaminated plants
c) We do not interfere unnecessarily in plants
4. What is direct protection of plants against pests?
a) We cover beds with non-woven textiles and nets, plant protecting plants, use sticky strips or collect pests manually, use predatory insects, phytotherapy, allowed sprays etc.
b) We move plants into safer locations
c) We sow and plant only vegetables not attacked by pests
5. How can be plants protected from diseases?
a) Using increased quantities of chemicals
b) We create for plants as optimal conditions as possible and use permitted sprays
c) Plants can´t be protected in any way
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