Kids Quiz
Did you know that Floridas agriculture industry involves fruit, vegetables, livestock, seafood, wineries and even Floridas forests?

For some fun facts and cool rewards, take the Kids Quiz challenge! All of the answers can be found on our website florida-agriculture.com.
Good luck!
Kids Quiz Questions

Pork was first brought to North America in what century?
A. 13th
B. 16th
C. 19th

Which Florida commodity was believed to give Roman warriors extraordinary strength in battle and was called the "food of the gods"?
A. Mushrooms
B. Broccoli
C. Oranges

How many servings of fruits and vegetables per day are recommended for a healthy diet?
A. 1
B. 3
C. 5

True or False? An acre of trees can remove about 13 tons of dust and gases every year from the surrounding environment.

Which of the following is a tropical fruit grown in Florida?
A. Monstera
B. Wax Jambu
C. Sapodilla
D. All of the above

True or False? Each year you consume and use the total amount of agricultural products, like food and clothing, produced on about 4 acres of American farmland. (One acre is about the size of a football field.)

True or False? Florida ranks number one nationally in the production of watermelons.

Which of the following agricultural occupations involves working for wineries, wine grape growers, growers and processors of raisin and table grapes, and juice processors?
A. Aquaculturist
B. Viticulturist
C. Hydrologist

True or False. Over 50 fairs and livestock shows are held throughout Florida each year.

Fill in the blank:
A weather system is classified as a hurricane if it has sustained winds of at least ____ miles per hour.
A. 54
B. 74
C. 94
D. 124

Which of the following refers to a specific method of growing and processing foods, and is defined as produce grown, packaged and stored without the use of synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides or irradiation?
A. Natural
B. Home Grown
C. Organic
D. Environmentally Friendly

True or False. Many of your favorite recipes for veal, chicken and seafood can be successfully prepared with alligator.