Finn, a former horticulture teacher at Kold College in Odense, Denmark, created this quiz during his teaching career. Now retired, his passion for horticulture endures.
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Du har 20 minutter og skal have minimum 70 % rigtigeYou have 20 minutes and must have at least 70% correct answersDer er 12 forskellige skadedyrThere are 12 different pestsStart med STORT BOGSTAVStart with a big Capital
Questions and Answers
Explanation The correct answer is "Mellus, Væksthusmellus, Hvide fluer, Hvid flue, Whitefly, White fly, whitefly, white fly". This answer lists various names for the same pest, which is a type of insect commonly known as whiteflies. Whiteflies are small, winged insects that feed on the sap of plants and can cause damage to crops and garden plants. They are often found in greenhouses and are known for their white, powdery wings.
Explanation The correct answer is "Agersnegl, Slug, slug." This suggests that the question is asking for the name of a pest or nuisance creature. The answer includes the terms "Agersnegl" and "Slug," which are both names for a type of mollusk that is known for damaging crops and gardens. The repetition of "slug" in lowercase may indicate that it is a possible alternative or variation of the previous names mentioned.
Explanation The correct answer is "Havesnegl" or "Snail" in English. This suggests that the question is asking for the name of a pest or nuisance animal. The mention of "snail" in both Danish and English indicates that the answer is referring to a specific type of snail, possibly one that is commonly found in gardens or outdoor areas.
Explanation The correct answer is "Bladnematoder, Bladål, Bladnematode, Leaf nematode, Leafnematode, leaf nematode, leafnematode, leaf nematodes". The question asks for the name of a pest or insect, and the given options are various names for the same pest. The pest is referred to as "Bladnematoder" and "Bladål" in Danish, "Bladnematode" in Norwegian, and "Leaf nematode" in English. The other variations are simply different ways of spelling or capitalizing the same names.