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Who Wants to be a Millionaire. Question 1 Who invented the seed drill?. Susan Tully. Jethro Hill. Jethro Tull. Jethro Till. Question 2 When did Britain’s war with France end?. 1815. 1715. 2015. 1915. Question 3 Where did villagers collect firewood from?. The shop. Back gardens.

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Question 1

Who invented the seed drill?

Susan Tully

Jethro Hill

Jethro Tull

Jethro Till

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Question 2

When did Britain’s war with France end?

1815

1715

2015

1915

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Question 3

Where did villagers collect firewood from?

The shop

Back gardens

Fallow field

Common Land

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Question 4

Which of these people did not help to change agriculture?

Arthur Young

Robert Bakewell

Jethro Tull

Samuel Crompton

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Question 5

Where were most of the crops in England grown?

Southern England

Eastern England

Northern England

Western England

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Question 6

Which of these did not help to produce more crops?

Selective Breeding

Crop rotation

Enclosure

New fertiliser

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Question 7

Who wrote ‘Annals of Agriculture’, a farming magazine?

Arthur Young

Arthur Strong

George IV

George III

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Question 8

Which of these was not a crop recommended by Townshend in his four crop rotation ?

Turnips

Potatoes

Clover

Wheat

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Question 9

In which period was the largest number of Enclosure Acts passed?

1790-1815

1760-1789

1730-1759

1820-1850

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Question 10

What name is given to the method of sowing seed common before Tull’s invention?

Broadcast sowing

Subsistence sowing

Televised sowing

Broadseed sowing

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Question 11

Which of these was not a problem of the Open Field System?

Poor community spirit

Wasting time

Little experimentation

Poor quality animals

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Question 12

Which of these groups gained most from Enclosure?

Large landowners

Squatters

Politicians

Small farmers

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Question 13

Who arranged meetings to spread new agricultural ideas?

Thomas Coke

Thomas Cook

Thomas Cooke

Tomas Koch

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Question 14

A tenant farmer…

Rents land to someone

Rents land from someone

Buys land

Sells land

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Question 15

On average, how much fatter were animals after selective breeding was introduced?

Ten to twelve times

Five to six times

Two to three times

Four to five times

audience d
Audience D

A B C D

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