Type
Bingo Cards
Description

Sustainable
Soybean Oil
Animal Ag
Soybean Meal
Vegetable Oil
Newspaper
Candles
Beauty Products
Flooring
Counter Tops
Salad Dressing
Plastics
Textiles
Wood Adhesives
Cleaning Products
Annual Crop
Harvest
Variety
Amino Acids
Soy Sauce
Soy Milk
Soybean
Crayons
Chocolate

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Soybean Bingo

Type
Bingo Cards
Description

soy yogurt
soy protein bars
honey roasted soy nuts
chocolate covered soy nuts
soy milk
soy isolate
soy flour
soybean oil
vegetable oil
miso
tamari
soy sauce
salad dressing
soy sausage crumbles
soy link patties
soy cheese
black soybeans
edamame
tempeh
roasted soybeans
teriyaki sauce
soy crumbles
texturized soy protein
tofu
silken tofu

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Agriculture Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Any plant whose fruit, seed etc are used for food. Vegetable
Provide starch and make French fries Potato
a cultivated plant that is grown as food, especially a grain, fruit, or vegetable. Crops
A type of wheat used mainly for macaroni. Durum
The science or practice of farming, cultivation of soils & rearing of animals for food Agriculture
A powerful, motor-driven machine used to pull implements and do other work on the farm. tractor
The product of any of a variety of perennial crops, typically grasses that can be used as feed for ruminant animals. Hay
a cereal plant that is the most important kind grown in temperate countries, the grain of which is ground to make flour for bread, pasta, pastry, etc. Wheat
An animal kept to produce milk or beef. Cows
Type of gardening tool. Hoe
A person who owns or manages a farm. Farmer
A male sheep. Ram
This oil is used for healthy cooking and baking. Canola
Takes care of bees. Beekeeper
An expert who can give advice on crops and soils Agronomist

Introduction to Horticulture Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What is the science and art of cultivating fruits, vegetables, flowers, and ornamental plants Horticulture
What is the science or practice of farming, including cultivation of the soil for the growing of crops and the rearing of animals to provide food, wool, and other products Agriculture
The science, cultivation and production of field crops such as corn, soybeans, wheat, and alfalfa. agronomy
The growing and cultivation of trees silviculture
This career includes drawing plans, selecting plants and installing structures like walkways and water features landscape design
The science and practice of propagating, growing, installing, maintaining, and using grasses, annual plants, shrubs, and trees in the landscape landscape nursery
The science of woody plants, such as shrubs and trees arboriculture
latin for enclosed garden hortus
Latin verb that means "to grow" cultura
An owner of a vineyard would be interested in this division of horticulture viticulture
Includes cultivation, processing and sale of fruits, vegetables, ornamental plants and flowers horticulture
Someone that grows flowers would be well versed in this division of horticulture floriculture
Pomology is the science of what type of trees? fruit
Which division of horticulture would I study if I was interested in growing lettuces, eggplants and chives? olericulture

3: FAST FOOD Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

BUN
CHAIRS
CHEESEBURGER
COFFEE
COLA
CONTAINERS
COUNTER
EAT
FOOD
FRENCH FRIES
HAMBURGER
HOTDOG
KETCHUP
LEMONADE
MENU
MILKSHAKE
MUSTARD
ONIONS
ORANGE JUICE
PEPER CUPS
RELISH
SALAD
SALT
SAUCES
SERVIETTE
STRAWS
TABLES
TAKE AWAY
TOMATO SAUCE
TRAY

Agriculture Crossword Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Stables
Brewers Grain
Hereford
Angus
Holstein
Guernsey
Dairy
No Till
Sod
Turbo Till
Commodity Farming
Soybeans
wheat
corn
Sorghum
Seed
buds
Orchard
Peaches
Strawberries
AG Reserve
tractors
horses
Farming
Agriculture

Farm Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Barn
Alfalfa
Animals
Apples
Aquaculture
Balance sheet
Bale
Basil
Bee
Beef
Calves
Cash flow
Cattle
Chickens
Combine
Corn
Cows
Crops
CSA
Dairy
Farm
Farm Ownership Loans
Feedlot
Field
FSA
Goat
Grass
Guaranteed Loans
Harvest
Hay
Haylage
Holstein
Honey
Manure
Market
Microloan
Milk
Mushrooms
Oats
Operating Loans
Orchard
Pasture
Peas
Plant
Popcorn
Pork
Sheep
Silage
Soybeans
Steers
Straw
Strawberry
Sugar Beet
Sunflower
Sweet Corn
Turkeys
Wheat
Youth

Agriscience Terms Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Uses a variety of controls, such as mechanical, cultural, biological, and chemical, to prevent pest damage. PestManagement
The management of wooded areas for wood and pulp production and the care of wooded areas for recreation, wildlife, and water. forestry
Focuses on the production of crops in fields, such a grain, forage, and fiber crops. Agronomy
Focuses on the production of crops on a small scale with many inputs. Horticulture
Any element that is essential for a plant's growth, development, or reproduction. Nutrients
This has an impact on plant blooming and on formation of parts. Light
The combination of mineral particles, dead plants and animals, water, air, and living organisms required for plant growth. Soil
This is important in two areas of plant life: soil and the surrounding air. Temperature
This is in every plant cell and tissue. It carries nutrients and chemicals through the plant. Water
The process by which a seed starts to grow. Germination
The reproductive structure that will become a new plant. Seed
Chemical process that converts water and carbon dioxide to glucose sugar and oxygen. Photosynthesis
Xylem and phloem together make this up of a plant. Vascularsystem
Tissue that carries plant products, such as glucose, from production sites to other parts of the plant. Phloem
Tissue that carries water and minerals from the root hairs throughout the plant. Xylem
Vegetative part of the plant that supports the leaves, buds, and other organs. Stem
A plant that has only one seed leaf when it emerges from the soil. Monocot
A plant that has two seed leaves when it emerges from the soil. Dicot
Vegetative part of the plant that grows primarily underground. Root
The length of time it takes for a plant to complete life from germination to death. lifecycle
Completes its entire life cycle in a single growing season. annual
Completes its life cycle in two growing seasons. Biennial
Requires three or more growing seasons to complete the life cycle. Perennial
Completes most of its life cycle in a year, but the winter is included. winterannual
Growing crops and raising animals to meet the needs of people. Agriculture

ASIAN FOOD HABITS Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

BEEF
BLACK BEAN SAUCE
CABBAGE
CHICKEN
CHILLIES
CURRY
CURRY POWDER
DIM SUM
FISH
FORTUNE COOKIES
FRIED RICE
GARLIC
GINGER
HONEY CHICKEN
MOGOLIAN LAMB
NOODLES
OYSTER SAUCE
PRAWN CHIPS
PRAWNS
RICE
SATAY
SESAME OIL
SHALLOTS
SOY SAUCE
SPICES
SPRING ROLLS
STIR FRY
SUISHI
TURMERIC
WOK

crop cultivation Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The top 5 counties for crop production in terms of cash receipts are Sampson, ------ Johnston, Wayne, and Wilson. Mecklenberg
--------- have the highest acreage planted of all agronomic crops in NC Soybeans
Soybeans also had the --------- total value of all field crops in 2011 highest
Farms size in ------- - 50,000+ North Carolina
-------- size of Farm - 170 acres + Average
Farm Real Estate -------- per Acre - $4,000 + Value
-------- Income per Farm - $45,532 ++ Net
--------- Intercropping: Growing two or more crops at once in the same row Row
-------- Intercropping: Growing two or more crops in a section of fields large enough to allow for production machines to enter and small enough to ensure crop interaction Strip
--------- Intercropping: Growing the crops with no defined rows. Mixed
-------- Intercropping: Planting the second crop in as the first crop is maturing, but is not yet harvested. Relay
-------- Crops: Plants used to draw pests away from more valuable crops Trap
---------- tillage, including no-till, is credited for the 43% decline in cropland erosion from wind and water from 1982-2003 Conservation
----------- meal, however, is 12-0-0 and can be used to fertilize and supply higher quantities of nitrogen Blood
Do not place crop on the ------------ once harvested, place into clean gathering devices ground
Harvest when -------- , if the produce is to be consumed immediately ripe
f crops were not ----------- in time, do not allow the crops to sit and decay in the fields. Remove and take to a compost pile or harvest for animal feed when appropriate. harvested
Beware of using --------- composts and manures. If not composted correctly, these can contain too much of a nutrient and lead to plant burning homemade
Using city water to irrigate may cause problems with plants and ------------- due to excessive chlorine and fluoride toxicities
Reduce the amount of waste and trash. Recycle or reuse pots. Be sure to ---------- the containers before planting another crop. sterilize

Italian Food Culture Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A popular Italian dish Pasta
What do Italians call espresso? Coffee
What popular dish should not be cut? Pasta
What drink is never drank during meals? Cappuccino
What food doesn't go with pasta? Meat
How do Italians eat their meal? Slowly
In what kind of cup must you drink coffee in? Proper
What do you never add to a fish-based dish? Parmesan
When do you drink cappuccino? Morning
What is concerned when eating pizza at a restaurant? Manners
Every shape of pasta is for certain... Sauces
What is the food preparation speed? Slow
Olive oil, vinegar, lemon and salt are only dressings for... Salads
Two drinks allowed when eating, water and... Wine
When eating pasta, you put the fork in the middle and... Twist