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1. Name:

 Nadia
 (2%) 
 
 MALELE SANARI CHALIN
 (2%) 
 
 Nkotsana Maakamedi
 (2%) 
 
 Nokwanda Tsipa
 (2%) 
 
 Ditshwanelo Cynthia Lubuku
 (2%) 
 
 Mashapha AA
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 Ivy Tshivhathi
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 Justin Thembile Mkukwana
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 Tsumbedzo Jutas Mavhungu
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 Ramatsimele RNtsoane
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 avhashoni mulaudzi
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 Nelwamondo N.C
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 M.M. Soxujwa
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 Vuyolwethu Qwabe
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 Desmond
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 Sithembele Nombiba
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 Tshivule Fhatuwani Confidence
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 Mapengo Basani Sharon
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 Kgoedi Ramakgahleller Sable
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 NOMONDE JOYCE HOBOZA
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 Dumisani Olivia Makharinge
 (2%) 
 
 Patrick butsulu
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 Lebea TJ
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 Matodzi Khathutshelo
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 HLAMALANI GRACE MASANGO
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 Mahlori Khosa
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 Simile Hlangane
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 Wandisile I. Mko
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 Boyce Samkelisiwe Goodenough
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 Nomnyaka Sifo
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 Kanya MW
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 Nomonde Joyce Hoboza
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 Songiya Thobile D
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 Mgijima Busisiwe
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 Mandlenkosi Bomoyi
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 Thabisa Joyce Nameka Mokweni
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 Nkosinathi Nonginzi
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 Sipho M Zulu
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 Mulaudzi Thilivhali Adelaide
 (2%) 
 
 Mohlatso Anna Mnisi
 (2%) 
 

Total: 42

2. Date

 7/8/2021
 (2%) 
 
 7/9/2021
 31 (74%) 
 
 9/21/1981
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 9/7/2021
 (10%) 
 
 7/12/2021
 (5%) 
 
 7/27/2021
 (5%) 
 
 8/17/2021
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Total: 42

3. ID Number:

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Total: 42

4. Workplace:

 arc
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 LIMPOPO MOPANI DISTRICT
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 Waterberg District, Bela-Bela Municipality
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 DRDAR
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 limpopo Province - Waterberg District, Mogalakwena Local Municipality
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 Limpopo.Musina.Nwanedi
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 Limpopo, Mopani District, Greater Letaba
 (2%) 
 
 Ntabankulu Alfred Nzo EC
 (2%) 
 
 Limpopo Department of Agriculture
 (2%) 
 
 Capricorn
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 MUTALE IN THULAMELA MUNICIPALITY
 (5%) 
 
 Makhado
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 DRDAR AMATHOLE
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 DRDAR EC AMATOLE
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 DRDAR, AMATHOLE Eastern Cape
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 DRDAR EC
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 Limpopo, Vhembe district
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 Ba-Phalaborwa Selwane service center
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 Limpopo Mopani
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 FLAGSTAFF ,OR TAMBO
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 Limpopo Greater Letaba municipality
 (2%) 
 
 Limpopo Mopani district Greater letaba municipality
 (2%) 
 
 Greater Giyani
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 Limpopo Department Agriculture, greater Giyani, Mopani
 (2%) 
 
 GIYANI
 (2%) 
 
 Limpopo Province, Mopani District, Greater Letaba Municipality
 (2%) 
 
 Sarah Bartman District, Ndlambe LM, Bathurst Center
 (2%) 
 
 Western District
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 Alfred Nzo Mount Frere
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 Alfred Nzo. Mt frere
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 ALFRED NZO
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 Flagstaff OR Tambo
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 Bizana Alfred Nzo Eastern Cape
 (2%) 
 
 Eastern Cape Department of Agriculture
 (2%) 
 
 Bizana/ Alfred nzo
 (2%) 
 
 DEPT OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT AND AGRARIAN REFORM
 (2%) 
 
 O. R. Tambo District KSD LM-Mthatha Eastern Cape
 (5%) 
 
 Mount Ayliff
 (2%) 
 
 Tshilwavhusiku service centre, Makhado municipality, Vhembe district
 (2%) 
 
 Mopani District Office in Limpopo Province
 (2%) 
 

Total: 42

5. 1. Which of these gases contribute to the greenhouse effect?

 1. Carbon dioxide
 24 (57%) 
 
 2. Oxygen
 (2%) 
 
 3. Methane
 14 (33%) 
 
 4. Nitrous oxide
 (7%) 
 
 5. Nitrogen
 (0%)  

Total: 42

6. 2. Which of the following agricultural practices are major contributors to climate change?

 1. Use of synthetic pesticides, herbicides & fertilizers
 21 (50%) 
 
 2. Beef & dairy production
 (2%) 
 
 3. No till systems
 (2%) 
 
 4. Deforestation
 17 (40%) 
 
 5. Conservation agricultural techniques
 (5%) 
 

Total: 42

7. 3. Which of the following can negatively influence crop production?

 A. 1. Extreme events such as floods & drought
 34 (81%) 
 
 2. Rain quantity and distribution & consequently water availability
 (12%) 
 
 3. Development of resilient cultivars
 (0%)  
 4. Increased pest infections
 (7%) 
 

Total: 42

8. 4. Climate  change is only affecting large commercial farmers

 True
 (5%) 
 
 False
 40 (95%) 
 

Total: 42

9. 5. Regenerative agriculture practices like minimum or no tillage, crop rotation, and cover cropping increase soil biodiversity and organic matter, leading to more resilient soils that can?

 1. Better withstand climate change impacts like flooding and drought.
 (12%) 
 
 2. Deliver stronger yields and nutrient-rich crops
 (2%) 
 
 3. Diminish erosion and runoff, leading to improved water quality
 (5%) 
 
 4. All of the above
 34 (81%) 
 

Total: 42

10. 6. Select the aspects below that can be considered a climate smart agricultural practice?

 1. Intensify use of existing agricultural areas
 (17%) 
 
 2. Expand agricultural area through deforestation
 (2%) 
 
 3. Use energy-efficient methods, such as solar power and biofuels
 (17%) 
 
 4. Control pests and weeds using integrated management approaches
 25 (60%) 
 
 5. Diversify production and marketing
 (2%) 
 
 6. Use farm machinery that usually relies on fossil fuels
 (2%) 
 

Total: 42

11. 7. Which of the following is NOT a farming method that is used to make agriculture sustainable?

 1. Conserving water
 (2%) 
 
 2. Limiting fertilizer use
 (5%) 
 
 3. Limiting pesticide use
 (0%)  
 4. Growing one type of crop
 39 (93%) 
 

Total: 42

12. 8. Which of the following is an environmental benefit of sustainable agriculture?

 1. More fossil fuel use
 (0%)  
 2. Soil quality is maintained
 38 (90%) 
 
 3. Increase in erosion
 (0%)  
 4. Decreased biodiversity
 (10%) 
 

Total: 42

13. 9. All of the following are adaptive strategies to cope with climate change except?

 1. Increase use of fertilizers, pesticides and herbicides
 34 (81%) 
 
 2. Use of energy efficient methods and equipment
 (2%) 
 
 3. Integrating livestock with crop production systems
 (0%)  
 4. Restore, conserve and use natural resources sustainably
 (17%) 
 

Total: 42

14. 10. The following human activities produce greenhouse gases except?

 1. Driving cars
 (7%) 
 
 2. Animal agriculture
 (5%) 
 
 3. Walking, biking, & swimming
 34 (81%) 
 
 4. Generating electricity from natural gas, oil, & coal
 (7%) 
 

Total: 42

15. 11. Climate Smart Agriculture is based on which of the following principles?

 1. Mitigation – reducing greenhouse gas emissions
 25 (60%) 
 
 2. Deforestation – to increase land under cultivation
 (0%)  
 3. Increasing or maintaining agricultural productivity
 (2%) 
 
 4. Adaptation and building resilience
 16 (38%) 
 
 5. Additional use of chemical fertilizers
 (0%)  

Total: 42

16. 12. The major reasons for multiple cropping are?

 1. Weed control
 (5%) 
 
 2. To minimize soil erosion
 (14%) 
 
 3. To maintain long term sustainability
 28 (67%) 
 
 4. To save water
 (14%) 
 

Total: 42

17. 13. How can trees play a role in mitigating climate change challenges?

 1. Release oxygen into the atmosphere
 (14%) 
 
 2. Can be planted as part of an integrated farming system
 (10%) 
 
 3. Absorb carbon dioxide
 (17%) 
 
 4. Assist in improving soil and water conservation
 (5%) 
 
 5. All of the above
 23 (55%) 
 

Total: 42

18. 14. Advantages of mulching include which of the following?

 1. Reduces evaporation and moisture loss from the soil
 31 (74%) 
 
 2. Provides shelter foe certain insects
 (0%)  
 3. Encourages favourable soil microbial activity
 (5%) 
 
 4. Can sometimes cause nitrogen starvation
 (7%) 
 
 5. Suppresses weed growth
 (14%) 
 

Total: 42

19. 15. What is rainwater harvesting?

 A. Soil water conservation
 (0%)  
 B. Deficit irrigation
 (0%)  
 C. Collection and concentration of runoff from rainwater
 41 (98%) 
 
 D. Rainfall utilization
 (2%) 
 

Total: 42

20. 16. What is rainwater harvesting used for?

 A. Crop production
 (0%)  
 B. Livestock
 (0%)  
 C. Domestic use
 (0%)  
 D. All options
 42 (100%)  

Total: 42

21. 17. Mention three rainwater harvesting techniques

 A. Organic manure, NPK fertilizer&Deficit irrigation
 (0%)  
 B. Tied ridging, In-field rainwater harvesting&Small pits
 42 (100%)  
 C.Changes in rainfall pattern, Variation in temperature&Changes in water availability
 (0%)  
 D. Ploughing, Rotovation&Mulching
 (0%)  

Total: 42

22. 18. Mention four logic steps to follow  in the design of a rainwater harvesting system

 A. Deep cultivation, Construction of the rainwater harvesting technique,Compaction of the catchment area&Planting
 14 (33%) 
 
 B. Compaction of the catchment area, Deep cultivation, Construction of the rainwater harvesting technique&Planting
 12 (29%) 
 
 C. Deep cultivation, Compaction of the catchment area, Planting&Construction of the rainwater harvesting technique
 (10%) 
 
 D. Construction of the rainwater harvesting technique, Deep cultivation, Planting&Compaction of the catchment area
 12 (29%) 
 

Total: 42

23. 19. Which type of roof is expected to collect the lowest runoff amount?

 A. Organic (e.g. thatched)
 27 (64%) 
 
 B. Flat cement roof
 (12%) 
 
 C. Aluminium sheets
 (5%) 
 
 D. Galvanised iron sheets
 (19%) 
 

Total: 42

24. 20. What material is NOT needed to establish a bag system vegetable garden?

 A. Open area (a soil surface, a gravelled surface, concrete paving’s, or slabs)
 14 (33%) 
 
 B. Woven polypropylene bags or empty maize-meal bags
 (5%) 
 
 C. Wire for supporting the bag
 15 (36%) 
 
 D. Watering Can
 (7%) 
 
 E. Soluble fertilizer (e.g. multifeed)
 (19%) 
 

Total: 42

25. 21. What are the advantages or benefits of the bag system?

 A. It conserves water
 (0%)  
 B. No to minimum weed control is needed
 (2%) 
 
 C. Requires less area to optimize yield per unit area
 (2%) 
 
 D. Leaves are free from soil particles
 (0%)  
 E. All options
 35 (83%) 
 
 A. It conserves water; B. No to minimum weed control is needed; C. Requires less area to optimize yield per unit area
 (10%) 
 
 A. It conserves water; B. No to minimum weed control is needed; C. Requires less area to optimize yield per unit area; D. Leaves are free from soil particles; E. All options
 (2%) 
 

Total: 42

26. 22. Which material/s can be used for mulching?

 A. Compost
 (2%) 
 
 B. Straw and/or hay
 (2%) 
 
 C. Black plastic
 (0%)  
 D. Crushed stone
 (0%)  
 E. All options
 30 (71%) 
 
 A. Compost; B. Straw and/or hay; C. Black plastic; D. Crushed stone; E. All options
 (5%) 
 
 B. Straw and/or hay; C. Black plastic; D. Crushed stone
 (17%) 
 
 A. Compost; B. Straw and/or hay; C. Black plastic
 (2%) 
 

Total: 42

27. 23. When collecting grass from veld for mulching, avoid grass with?

 A. Moisture
 (2%) 
 
 B. Soil particles
 (0%)  
 C. Seeds
 37 (88%) 
 
 D. Rotten wood
 (2%) 
 
 E. None of the options
 (5%) 
 
 C. Seeds; D. Rotten wood
 (2%) 
 

Total: 42

28. 24. Climate smart crop production is an approach for?

 A. Sustainable agriculture
 (2%) 
 
 B. Conservation of natural resources
 (0%)  
 C. Improved crop production under changing environmental conditions
 (7%) 
 
 D. Adaptation and mitigation of climate change effects
 (10%) 
 
 E. All options
 33 (79%) 
 
 A. Sustainable agriculture; B. Conservation of natural resources; C. Improved crop production under changing environmental conditions; D. Adaptation and mitigation of climate change effects; E. All options
 (2%) 
 

Total: 42

29. 25. What causes climate change?

 A. Human activity that alters the natural environment
 27 (64%) 
 
 B. Pests and diseases
 (0%)  
 C. Poor market access and income generation
 (0%)  
 D. Depleted natural resources
 (21%) 
 
 E. None of the options
 (12%) 
 
 A. Human activity that alters the natural environment; B. Pests and diseases; D. Depleted natural resources
 (2%) 
 

Total: 42

30. 26. Climate change effects are reflected by?

 A. Increased extreme temperatures
 (5%) 
 
 B. Changes in water availability
 (0%)  
 C. Changes in rainfall pattern
 (0%)  
 D. Global warming
 (0%)  
 E. All options
 37 (88%) 
 
 A. Increased extreme temperatures; C. Changes in rainfall pattern
 (2%) 
 
 A. Increased extreme temperatures; B. Changes in water availability; C. Changes in rainfall pattern; D. Global warming; E. All options
 (2%) 
 
 B. Changes in water availability; E. All options
 (2%) 
 

Total: 42

31. 27. Climate change adaptation and mitigation strategies in crop production include?

 A. Rainwater harvesting
 (0%)  
 B. Soil water conservation
 (0%)  
 C. Conservation agriculture
 (2%) 
 
 D. Use of renewable energy,
 (0%)  
 E. All options
 35 (83%) 
 
 A. Rainwater harvesting; B. Soil water conservation; C. Conservation agriculture
 (5%) 
 
 A. Rainwater harvesting; C. Conservation agriculture
 (2%) 
 
 A. Rainwater harvesting; B. Soil water conservation; C. Conservation agriculture; D. Use of renewable energy,; E. All options
 (7%) 
 

Total: 42