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Aquaculture Summative Assesment
Mathemba Kwezi Molosi
DRDAR Eastern Cape- Amathole District
1.1. Which of the following is NOT an aquaponics production systems
1.2. Select the term for the culturing of aquatic organisms under controlled environmental conditions?
1.3. How does aquaponics help the environment?
D. All of the above
1.4. The nitrogen cycle consists of three living organisms:
D. Fish, plants, and bacteria.
1.5. Which term describe the term "Aquaponics" the best?
C. Produces plants and aquatic animals simultaneously.
1.6. How do fish help the plants grow?
C. They produce waste that acts as nutrients for the plants
1.7. The fish produces ---------- which is converted by bacteria into ---------- and further converted into ---------- for plant assimilation.
B. Ammonia, nitrites, nitrates.
1.8. Hydroponics is the culturing of ----------?
A. Plants without soil.
1.9. Important component of aquaponics
D. All of the above.
1.10. Select the important thing to consider when starting an aquaponics farming.
D. All of the above.
1.11. How do you ensure a sustainable balanced aquaponics system?
A. Monitoring water quality parameters and nutrient balance.
1.12. What are the benefits of aquaponics?
C. Entrepreneurship, employment opportunities and food security.
1.13. Type of common socio-ecological challenge encountered in aquaponics.
1.14. Possible solutions that can be implemented to address aquaponics and climate change challenges.
D. Controlled environmental conditions and biodiversity integrity.
1.15. Farmers should adhered to -------.
B. Authorization standards and regulations for all aquaculture activities.
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