Samacheer Kalvi 9th Social Science Economics Chapter 4

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Chapter 4 – Agriculture in Tamil Nadu


I. Choose the correct answer:

1. Irrigated land surface out of cultivable land is
(a) 27%
(b) 57%
(c) 28%
(d) 49%
(b) 57%

2. Out of the following which is not a food crop?
(a) Bajra
(b) Ragi
(c) Maize
(d) Coconut
(d) Coconut

3. The productivity of paddy during the year 2014-2015
(a) 3,039 kg
(b) 4,429 kg
(c) 2,775 kg
(d) 3,519 kg
(b) 4429 kilogram

4. Both agricultural productivity and food productivity has ……..
(a) decreased
(b) not stable
(c) remained stable
(d) increased
(d) Increased

5. The North-East monsoon period in Tamilnadu ………
(a) August – October
(b) September – November
(c) October – December
(d) November – January
(c) October – December

II. Fill in the blanks.

  1. The major occupation of people in Tamilnadu is ……..
  2. Tamilnadu receives rainfall from the ……. monsoon.
  3. The total geographical area of Tamil Nadu is …….. hectares.

1. Agriculture
2. Northeast
3. 30 lakh and 33 thousand

III. Match the following:

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1. (e): 2. (d): 3. (c): 4. (b): 5. (a)

IV. Give short Answers

1. Give two examples for each food crop and non-food crops.
Example for food crops: Paddy, Maize Example for non-food crops: Coconut, Cotton.

2. What are the factors responsible for the changes in cropping area?
The size of the total cropping land in Tamil Nadu is 4,544 thousand hectare and this keeps on changing every year. Sufficient rains at the proper period will increase this extent of land. Failure or shortage in rainfall leads to the reduction of land usage for cultivation. .

3. Who monitors the quantity and quality of ground water?
The Union Ground Water Board is constantly monitoring the level and nature of ground water. This continuous monitoring has categorized the Panchayat Union (blocks) in terms of the amount of groundwater used. 139 blocks in Tamilnadu are identified as excessive users of groundwater and 100 blocks as nearing the stage of excessive usage of groundwater. 11 blocks have been identified with reduced water quality. Only 136 blocks have enough quantity and quality water for usage.

4. Tabulate the productivity of paddy from 1965 to 2015.

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5. On what factors does crop cultivation depend? List out the factors on which crop cultivation depend.
Crop cultivation depends on – rainfall, availability of water, weather and market prices.

6. Differentiate small and marginal farmers.

Small Farmers Marginal Farmers
Small farmers cultivate in lands ranging from 1 -2 hectares. Marginal farmers cultivate in lands within 1 hectare.

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