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2007 Floriculture Ex

2007 MO Floriculture Exam

What percentage of the floriculture crops grown in the United States are produced in Missouri? a. less than 1 percent b. nearly 1.4 percent c. 5.3 percent d. 17 percent A
The number one container-grown flowering plant produced in Missouri is the a. Easter lily. b. poinsettia. c. geranium. d. chrysanthemum. B
Which is not true of a wholesale greenhouse operation? a. It may sell on consignment. b. It produces a number of different crops. c. It may sell to the general public. d. It sells to retailers. C
The proper orientation for greenhouses north of the 38th parallel is a. ends facing north and south. b. ends facing east and west. c. sides facing east and west. d. orientation makes no difference. B
Which is not a consideration when purchasing land for a greenhouse? a. purchase price b. proximity to roads and utilities c. expansion potential d. previous cropping history D
What is the most important factor to be considered when purchasing a greenhouse covering material? a. light transmission b. longevity c. heat retention d. resistance to shattering A
Exolite is one brand name available for what type of greenhouse glazing material? a. acrylic b. polycarbonate c. fiberglass d. low-E glass A
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