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If an acre of land (43560 sq ft) is covered with one inch of water, how many gallons of water cover that acre. Thank you. 43560 ^{1}/_{12} = 3630 cubic feet of water. /_{231} = **27154.3 gallons**.

326,000 gallons

One acre-foot equals about **326,000 gallons**, or enough water to cover an acre of land, about the size of a football field, one foot deep. An average California household uses between one-half and one acre-foot of water per year for indoor and outdoor use.
## How many gallons per minute are in a acre-foot?

## How do you measure an acre-foot of water?

## How much is 1 of water over an acre?

## What does acre feet of water mean?

The gallons US per minute unit number **226.29 gal/min** converts to 1 ac-ft/d, one acre foot per day. It is the EQUAL flow rate value of 1 acre foot per day but in the gallons US per minute flow rate unit alternative.

The volume of water in the pond (in acre-feet) is calculated by simply **multiplying the pond area (in acres) by the average pond depth in feet**. Keep in mind that one acre-foot of water is equal to 325,851 gallons.

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

about 326,000 gallons

An acre foot of water equals about 326,000 gallons, or **enough water to cover an acre of land 1-foot deep**. To put it another way, an acre foot of water is enough to flood a football field 1-foot deep (a football field is roughly an acre in size). An acre foot of water is a common way to measure water volume and use.
## How much water is an inch of rain on an acre?

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 long will you need to leave the pump on to provide one foot of water over 1 acre-foot if the pumps put out 200 acres per acre-foot 325851 gallons 60 minutes per?

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

## How many acre feet is my pond?

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

If you have one square acre of ground flooded with one foot of water and a pump that pumps 1000 gallons a minute how long would it take to drain the one acre of ground? 43560/133.68 = 325.85 minutes. 325.85/60 = **5.43 hours**.

Cubic feet per second (cfs):

* **1 cfs = 1.983 acre-feet per day** = 646,320 gallons = 2447 cubic meters of water. * 1 cfs is equivalent to 448.8 gallons of water flowing per minute. * 1 cfs will produce 724 acre-feet of water per year.

Square or Rectangular Ponds: Determine the acreage **by multiplying average length (in feet) times average width (in feet) and dividing the result by 43,560**. Example: A mostly rectangular ponds measures 350 feet long and 200 ft wide. To calculate acreage: 300 X 200 = 70,000 ÷ 43,560 = 1.6 acres.

7.48 gallons

There are **7.48 gallons** of water in one cubic foot of water.
## How many acres is 200 feet by 200 feet?

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

## What is a million acre-feet of water?

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.

A million acre-feet is nearly 12 times the city of San Francisco’s annual water use and 1.6 times LA’s annual water use. It is equivalent to the **flow of 890 million gallons of water per day**. It is enough water to irrigate all the grain produced in California annually.
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More Numbers. One cubic foot holds 7.48 gallons of water, and one acre measures 43,560 square feet. Irrigating a full acre to a depth of 3.5 feet over one growing season would consume **1,140,401 gallons of** water.

43,560 square feet

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.Sep 26, 2021

Divide the diameter (in feet) by 2 to get the radius. (Radius = ½ Diameter). Then multiply the radius x itself x 3.14 (Pi) then divide by 43,560 (square feet per acre). Then multiply this the average water depth (feet) x **325,851 gallons/acre foot**.

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.

One inch of water or rain is equivalent to **623 gallons per 1,000 square feet**.

The volume of water represented by a flow of 1 cubic foot per second for 24 hours; equal to **86 400 cubic feet**. This is used extensively as a unit of runoff volume or reservoir capacity and is closely equivalent to 2 acre-feet.

Different utilities use different units for measuring water use. The most common units are **centum cubic feet (CCF) and the gallon**. A CCF also called an HCF (hundred cubic feet), represents one hundred cubic feet of water.

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 |

Everyone wants a pond super deep. However, the average pond we dig is 12′ deep throughout and depending on the size at least one area 15′ deep. If the pond is large enough, say 1 acre we can dig a couple holes in the pond **15″ to 20′ deep** and maybe 25′ round.

**Length x width x average depth x 7.5 = volume (in gallons)**

**Length times width** gives the surface area of the pool. Multiplying that by the average depth gives the volume in cubic meters. If you’d like to find the pool volume in gallons, multiply your results by 7.5, as there are 7.5 gallons for each cubic foot.

**Lakes are normally much deeper than ponds** and have a larger surface area. All the water in a pond is in the photic zone, meaning ponds are shallow enough to allow sunlight to reach the bottom. … Lakes have aphotic zones, which are deep areas of water that receive no sunlight, preventing plants from growing.

The US fluid gallon is **about 14.1% smaller than the dry gallon**, while the Imperial fluid gallon is about 3.2% larger. … Since the bushel was later defined to be exactly 2150.42 cubic inches, this figure became the exact value for the dry gallon (268.8025 cubic inches gives exactly 4.40488377086 L).

8.34 pounds

One US liquid gallon of fresh water weighs roughly **8.34 pounds (lb)** or 3.785 kilograms (kg) at room temperature.
## How many gallons of water does the average household use per month?

## How many acres is 300 feet by 300?

## How many acres is 50×100?

## How long and wide is 1 acre?

What is Average? The water industry estimates that an average person uses **3,000 gallons of water monthly**, so a family of 4 would use 12,000 gallons for bathing, cooking, washing, recreation and watering.

We know 43,560 square feet to 1 acre. 300 ft multiplying by 300 equal to 90,000 sq ft. Therefore, 90,000 sq ft divide by 43,560 sq ft is equal to **2.069 acres** approximately.

We know 43,560 square feet to 1 acre. 50 feet multiplying by 100 feet equal to 5,000 sq ft. Therefore, 5,000 sq ft divide by 43,560 sq ft equal to **0.115 acres** approximately.

66 feet × 660 feet (43,560 square feet) 10 square chains (1 chain = 66 feet = 22 yards = 4 rods = 100 links) 1 acre is approximately **208.71 feet × 208.71 feet (a square)** **4,840 square yards**.
## Does hay need lots of water to grow?

## What is considered to be the most inefficient irrigation method?

## 1 acre how many feet

## Acre-foot

## Water Words – Acre Feet

## One acre-foot equals about 326,000 gallons

A ton of hay requires **4 to 5 inches of water pumped through the plant**. Typically, in a three cut management system, 35-45% of the yield is produced during the first growth cycle, before July 1. … In total, you should have applied 24 inches (two acre feet) of water.

**Surface or flood irrigation** is the least efficient manner of irrigation. When a field is flooded, more water than is needed by the plant is applied to the field and water evaporates, seeps into the ground and percolates down to the groundwater, where it can be out of reach of the plant’s roots.

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