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325,851 gallons

There are 43,560 square feet in one acre of water that is1 foot deep. It is equal to **325,851 gallons**.
## How much is 1 of water over an acre?

## How many gallons per minute is an acre foot of water?

It takes **27,154 gallons** of water to irrigate one acre of land with an inch of water.

226 gallons per minute

Water flowing at the steady rate of 1 acre-foot per day is equivalent to: **226 gallons per minute**; 326,000 gallons per day; 0.504 cubic foot per second; or 43, 560 cubic feet of water per day.
## How do you convert gallons to acre inches?

## How many football fields is an acre?

Please provide values below to convert gallon (US) [gal (US)] to acre-inch [ac*in], or vice versa.

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Gallon (US) to Acre-inch Conversion Table.

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Gallon (US) to Acre-inch Conversion Table.

Gallon (US) [gal (US)] | Acre-inch [ac*in] |
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1 gal (US) | 3.68266E-5 ac*in |

2 gal (US) | 7.36532E-5 ac*in |

3 gal (US) | 0.0001104798 ac*in |

5 gal (US) | 0.000184133 ac*in |

1.32 acres

The field has a uniform width of 53 1/3 yards (160 feet). If you calculate the entire area of a football field, including the end zones, it works out to 57,600 square feet (360 x 160). One acre equals 43,560 square feet, so a football field is about **1.32** acres in size.
## How many acres are in a gallon?

## How much water is an inch of rain on an acre?

3.0688832772166

Please provide values below to convert gallon (US) [gal (US)] to acre-foot [ac*ft], or vice versa.

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Gallon (US) to Acre-foot Conversion Table.

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Gallon (US) to Acre-foot Conversion Table.

Gallon (US) [gal (US)] | Acre-foot [ac*ft] |
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1 gal (US) | 3.0688832772166E-6 ac*ft |

2 gal (US) | 6.1377665544332E-6 ac*ft |

3 gal (US) | 9.2066498316498E-6 ac*ft |

5 gal (US) | 1.53444E-5 ac*ft |

about 27,154 gallons

One inch of rain falling on 1 acre of ground is equal to about **27,154 gallons** and weighs about 113 tons. An inch of snow falling evenly on 1 acre of ground is equivalent to about 2,715 gallons of water.
## How much water does it take to irrigate an acre of vegetables?

## What is acre-foot of water?

## How do you convert acre-feet to CFS?

## How many lbs is an acre foot?

A good place to start is to assume a requirement of one acre-inch of water per week for vegetable crops. This is the amount of water required to cover one acre with one inch of water, or **27,154 gallons**. This inch includes any precipitation or irrigation applied throughout the week.

One acre-foot is **the**. **amount of water it**. **would take to flood**. **one acre to a depth of**. **one foot**.

Acre-foot (af):

* 1 acre-foot = 43,560 cubic feet. * 1 acre-foot = 325,851 gallons of water = 1233 cubic meters of water. * **1 acre-foot = 0.504 cfs/ day**.

2,718,000 pounds

An acre-foot is a unit of volume having an area of 1 acre and a depth of 1 foot. One acre-foot of water contains 43,560 cubic feet, 326,000 gallons, or **2,718,000 pounds**.
## How do you convert acre-feet to gallons per minute?

**Conversion chart – acre feet per day to gallons US per minute**
## How do you visualize 1 acre?

## How many acres is good for a house?

- acre foot per day to gallons US per minute = 226.29 gal/min.
- acre feet per day to gallons US per minute = 452.57 gal/min.
- acre feet per day to gallons US per minute = 678.86 gal/min.
- acre feet per day to gallons US per minute = 905.14 gal/min.

The simplest way to visualize an acre is **as a square**. In other words, the piece of land has the same length and width. Knowing that an acre has 43,560 square feet, that would mean that the land is approximately 208 feet long by 208 feet wide.

“Typically, custom homeowners are looking for **at least one-half acre or larger** for their lot. The trend among custom home buyers is for larger (greater than one acre) lots.
## How many city blocks is an acre?

## How big is a cubic acre?

## Is 1 inch of rain in a day a lot?

## How many gallons of water can fit in a cubic foot?

This is a square parcel of land 208.71 feet on each side. 6 city blocks = 1 kilometer. So 1 city block = 546.80665 feet. So an area approximately equal to 4 square acres = **one square city block**.

acre-foot | |
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SI units | ≈ 1,233.5 m^{3} |

US customary units | 43,560 cu ft |

US customary units | ≈ 325,850 US gal |

Imperial units | ≈ 271,330 imp gal |

One (1.00) inch of rain – A **light moderate rain never reaches this amount**, heavy rain for several hours (2-5 hours). There would be deep standing water for long periods of time.

7.48 gallons

There are **7.48 gallons** of water in one cubic foot of water.
## How far does rain soak into the ground?

Here are some very broad “rules of thumb.” The effective root zone for most plants extends down to about 3 feet. **An inch of rain will wet the soil to a depth of 1 foot**, if there is no runoff and the soil is a sandy loam.
## How long does it take to water an acre?

## How do you set up a farm irrigation system?

## How much water does a farm irrigation system use?

## How many acres is 200 feet by 200 feet?

## How many acre feet of water are in alfalfa?

## What is LPS unit?

## What is the size of a 1/2 acre lot?

How long do you need to leave the sprinkler in one spot? Water **each section for 20-30 minutes** so 1/2 inch of water is applied to each section. Do this 2 times a week. You could also water each section for an hour so 1 inch of water is applied to each section.

Why aren’t farmers being forced to cut back?

200 feet multiplying by 200 feet equal to 40,000 sq ft. Therefore, 40,000 sq ft divide by 43,560 sq ft equal to **0.92 acres** approximately.

Alfalfa grown for forage in the arid Northwest normally requires from 1.8-acre feet (for 180-day growing season) to **3.2-acre feet (for 200-day growing season)** of water. When irrigation sup- plies are limited, growers may want to alter their normal irrigation management.

lps – **metric liters per second**. 1 lps is about 16 gallons per minute.

In the case of . 5 acres, that comes out to **21,780 square feet**. The neat thing about this number–21,780–is it is exactly half of 43,560. That makes your land half an acre.
## How many gallons is 100 square feet water?

748 gallons

One cubic foot of water is equivalent to 7.48 gallons. One hundred cubic feet would equal **748 gallons**.
## How many gallons is 8 square feet?

## What is an acre of land worth?

## How is an acre measured on a hill?

## What is a 1000 acres called?

## Is 1 acre enough for a horse?

## Is it cheaper to buy a lot and build?

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Gallon to Square feet Calculator

1 gallon = | 0.2614 ft^{2} |
7.4805 gallon |
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6 gallon = | 0.8633 ft^{2} |
109.9407 gallon |

7 gallon = | 0.9567 ft^{2} |
138.5412 gallon |

8 gallon = | 1.0458 ft^{2} |
169.2648 gallon |

9 gallon = | 1.1312 ft^{2} |
201.974 gallon |

For example, the average land value in California is **$39,092 per acre**. However, a 1.43-acre empty lot in Atherton, California (in Silicon Valley) was listed for a staggering $6.9 million in 2017.

So even in hilly terrain, the acre is measured as **if the hill were cut off at the horizontal, parallel to the horizon**. In practice, this means that property boundary lines are not measured as the true ground distance between two points on the ground, be they iron rods, stone bounds, or rock piles.

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If you are attempting to figure the carrying capacity of land for a horse, then a good rule of thumb is **1-1/2 to 2 acres of open intensely managed land per horse**. Two acres, if managed properly, should provide adequate forage in the form of pasture and/or hay ground. But this is highly variable depending on location.

Based on the average home sale, **it’s definitely cheaper to buy your home rather than build it**. On the other hand, the price per square foot is fairly comparable – it’s just that most people opting for new homes want larger homes.

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