ETN CPD - Nutrition Answers May 2018

A) 2kg
B) 5kg
C) 10kg
D) 20kg
A) Is growing vigorously
B) Has been cut and is wilting
C) When it is flowering
A) Actively growing in spring
B) Flowering
C) Dying back for winter
A) Shallow rooted and produce up to 60,000 seeds/year
B) Deep rooted and produce up to 10,000 seeds/year
C) Deep rooted and produce up to 60,000 seeds/year
D) Shallow rooted and produce up to 20,000 seeds/year
A) A boom sprayer on an ATV
B) A weed wiper, which touches the nettle leaves but not leaves on lower growing plants
C) A knapsack sprayer
D) All of the above
A) Poisonous but horses rarely eat them because they taste bitter
B) Are poisonous when made into hay
C) Not poisonous to horses
A) Kill every plant in a field
B) Are safe to use on grass but will kill plants detailed on the product label
C) Only kill plants in the centre of a field
A) Circulating throughout the entire plant – from the leaf tips to the bottom of the roots
B) Staying in the top half of the plant
C) Staying in the bottom half of the plant
A) After the spraying has been done
B) Before the spraying is done but put back as soon as the sprayer has finished
C) Before the spraying is done and kept out of the field for as long as the stock withdrawal period stated on the product label
A) Possess a valid pesticide certificate eg PA1 and PA2 or PA6
B) Have an HND or degree in chemistry
C) Have been to agricultural college