How many apples does one bushel of apples contain?
One bushel of apples weighs about 42 lbs. One pound of apples generally consists of 4 small apples or 3 medium or 2 large apples.
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Actually, a bushel of apples weigh's in at about 42 lbs. This is depending on the apple variety, i.e. smaller apples will weigh more per bushel volume and some apples are actually more dense, etc. but 42 lbs per bushel is about average.\n. \nTake Care!\n. \n-M\n. \n. \n. \n How much what? …\n. \nDo you want to know how much it costs?Â Do you want to know how much it weighs?Â Do you wish to know about how many apples a bushel contains?Â Please be more specific in phrasing your question. (MORE)
The bushel was originally a measurement of volume, but for agricultural produce these days it is regularly agreed as a measurement of weight. But one bushel is not standardised: the precise agreed weight can vary from state to state, and also according to what produce is being measured. In New Y…ork in the 1850's one bushel of dried apples was 22 lbs; but to know how many fresh apples make a bushel in your locality, you would need to ask at a local produce receipt centre. (MORE)
The weight of an apple bushel is 48 lbs. The current average pricein regular grocery stor now is $1.39 per lbs., according to theJuly 2014 average prices by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Thatbrings the cost of a bushel of apples to $66.72.
The understanding, from working on fruit and vegetable farms, is that a bushel is more of a volume than a weight. There is such a thing as a standard bushel, or half bushel basket that you can get from agricultural supply companies. A bushel basket is about three feet tall by about two feet wide at …the top, and it gets narrower towards the bottom. (MORE)
an apple contains no preservatives. an apple contains enzymes however, which causes it to go off.
Apples naturally contain starch. The starch in apples decreases asthe apples ripen and the starch will then turn into sugar.
Yes, apples do contain citric acid. They have about 10 percentcitric acid that helps to prevent them from spoiling.
Antioxidants. These are substances which protect the body's cells from the damaging effects of highly unstable molecules called free-radicals. In some cases free-radicals can damage the genetic material of a cell, so increasing the chance that it will become cancerous. Be eliminating free radicals, …antioxidants help prevent cancer (MORE)
Well, seeing as WikiAnswers states the following: "Jobs and Education question: How many peck in a bushel ? Four pecks in a bushel , and two gallons in a peck , so eight gallons in a bushel". Then the answer would be: a peck of peaches is smaller than a bushel of apples.
nothing nothing at all well if you wanna be techinacal if you peal the skin off it will contain FAT ! So eat it with the skin ON !!!!! Btw one day i ate a apple & it snagged my tooth out doctor told me it was b/c the apples fat was getting to it the grams was eating away my tooth so EAT WITH THE SKI…N ON !! (MORE)
An apple danish is not nearly as healthy as a real apple is. An apple danish, unlike a regular apple, also contain flour, butter, sugar, eggs, and other ingredients. An apple danish (a small one) is about 250 calories.
It depends on the variety of the apple, and could be in the neighborhood of 20-29 pounds, give or take a pound or so.
It takes between 14 and 16 pounds of apples to make a gallon of cider or 36 apples.
On average perhaps 80 calories. . The exact number of calories in one juiced apple depends on the size of the apple and whether or not you include the peel. For more information about the calorie content of apples according to size, see the page link, further down this page, listed under Related… Questions. (MORE)
1 lb. = about 4 small apples 1 lb. = about 3 medium apples 1 lb. = about 2 large apples
4. Hmmmm, a trick question. I assume that if YOU took one, all YOU would have is one.
It depends upon the size of the apple. If it is a small apple with about 70 calories, it will have about 15 gram of total sugar. If the apple is large and has about 115 calories, it will have about 23 grams of sugar. .
5 apples will be in ten baskets..because that's all that it tells you "5 apples are in one basket"
One cup of apples with the skin have about .13 mg of iron. (Apples are not an iron-rich food, unlike fruits such as dates, prunes, apricots, or raisins, to name a few.)
That would depend on the size of the crate, and the size of the apples.
well u would have 12 i know most people were trying to figure out what 100 - 12 was but any which way u would be rong !!( - =
Five, unless it is supposed to be a trick question. You may be saying that I took 2 away from 3 apples, so it might be one.
\nThe internal bacteria that are spoiling or decomposing the rotting apple spread to adjoining, healthy apples and start spoiling those apples before they would begin to spoil on their own.\n. \nThat's why we separate spoiling and overripe food as often as possible -- to minimize the spread of the …spoiling bacteria. (MORE)
Yes, since an apple is full of carbohydrates, it also contains a lot of starch.
I think they taste like apples. They are red and green like apples as well.
it depends on whether there are 6 apples in the basket before or after you took the two out... and whether the the apples in the basket are yours or not to begin with... possible answers: 2 (if you count the apples that you have at hand) 4 (if you are counting the apples in the basket only) 6 (if t…here are 6 before you take two out and all the apples in the problem as yours) 8 (if there are 6 apples in the basket after you took the two out in which case there are 8 apples in total) (MORE)
The is no specific limit, but the maximum number of applesfrom a single tree, grown from a single seed, could range from 5 to10 thousand apples for some species, and as many as 100 thousandfor others, over the life of an adult tree. Some especially large,productive, or long-lived trees could even …exceed this range. (An image in Wikipedia showed one large tree bearing severalthousand apples at once.) (MORE)
There are no apples in a seed only the potential to grow a tree that given the right conditions and care may one day produce fruit. Most fruit trees are now grafted onto hardy stock with cuttings from a reliable tree.
That would be a trick question. Their densities would be the same, since density is not a measurement of volume, but a ratio involving volume.
A box contains apples and oranges The ratio of apples to oranges is 5 to 3 If there are 15 oranges in the box how many apples are in the box?
5 apples a/o=5/3 5/3=a/15 cross multiply and get 3a=75 divide both sides by 3 a=25 Apples should be 25 when there are 15 oranges.
There are no apples in an apple seed due to the germantion but if you plant the seed it will aventually grow into either an apple or an apple tree x
In common with available "micro" computers at the time the Apple I did not do very much. Unlike the other computers, which you bought as a kit and had to build yourself, the Apple I was a complete circuit board. You needed to add a case to enclose it, a keyboard to enter information into it and a TV… to see what was coming out of it. Steve Wozniak had written a version of the BASIC programming language for it so a user could type in a program to perform simple arithmetic or play a text based game. As there was no means of storing the entered program it would need to be typed in every time you used the computer. Wozniak designed an adapter to allow a cassette recorder to be connected to the computer so that software could be saved on a blank audio cassette. (See links below) (MORE)
One apple is a serving so put them altogher until they make a whole apple.
According to the USDA Nutrient Data Laboratory, one large, raw, unpeeled apple has 116 calories.
If we both have a bag of apples and i give you one then I have half of what you have but if you give me on we will be even. how many apples do we have?
i have n apples you have k apples. if you lose one and i gain one you have half of what i have. n - 1 = (k + 1)/2 if i give you one, we will be even n + 1 = k - 1. this implies n = k - 2. plug this into the first equation (k-2) - 1 = (k + 1)/2 k -3 = k/2 +1/2 k/2 = 7/2 k = 7 and p…lug back into the second equation n+1= 7 - 1 n = 7 - 2 n = 5 you have 5 apples and I have 7 apples. (MORE)
Seeing as the banana is the most superior fruit there is, it would take an infinitely small portion of a banana to equal an apple. Seeing as no matter is infinitely dividivle, it is not possible to compare apples and bananas. Bananas are everything. Apples are nothing.
There are about 12-16 quarts in a bushel of apples, and 12-18quarts of applesauce; depending on whether or not you add sugar.
This vary from apple to apple, and also very much between the type of apple. Most apples have between 8-12 seeds, but some have less, others have many many more. The amount of seeds may vary with the condition of the tree, and the growth year also. If it is a particularily bad year, then there …might be more seeds and fewer apples. In a good year, the apples will be bigger and have fewer seeds. (MORE)
Apples have an indeterminate amount of seeds. Not all ovules are fertilised and so not all of them form into seeds. The number of seeds is also determined by the variety of apple.
it varies at any one given time, but over a season it can grow up to 840 apples
One medium apple that is raw and contains its skin has on average 0.2 mg of iron which is 1% the Percent Daily Value recommended for people ages 4 or older who have a 2,000 calorie diet.
Apples don't have any fat just lots of good nutrients like fibre and antioxidants. It doesn't have any protein either keep that in mind
It depends on the size of the apples; recipes I've seen call for3-6 fresh apples cut or diced to make 3-7 cups. The average 9" pieplate can hold about 4-5 cups of heaped apples. Apples vary greatly in size. Some varieties can be double theweight of other varieties. The best type for a baked Apple P…ie inAustralia (where I live ) is considered to be the 'Granny Smith'They are an average size type of apple and I have made dozens anddozens of pies over my lifetime and I ALWAYS USE 5 peeled and coredGranny Smiths or 'Fuji' variety. Granny Smiths do not turn into a 'mush' when you cook them. Nevercook them for more than 6 to 7 minutes (gently simmering). (MORE)
Zero. Apples do not contain any caffeine at all. But on the contrary, apples work better at waking you up in the morning than all coffes.
No, because b12 is usually found in anaimal origin foods unless a plant origin food is fortified. B12 comes from bacteria and can be mainly found in eggs, meat and dairy.
1 Bushel is equivalent to 4 Pecks, or 8 Gallons. The number ofbushels per crate would depend on the crate size. If you'rewondering about the number of bushels per bin - this also varies onbin size, but ranges anywhere from 13-28 bushels.
There are many cities that have an Apple store, as well as the online Apple store. You may also find Apple products in the electronics sections of major retailers.
No specific answer can be provided because apples of different sizes and freshness would contain different amounts of juice. Various types and hybrids of apples have different amounts of juice. Finally, different methods of extraction would produce differing amounts of liquid.
No, apple pips (seeds) do not contain usable juice. Apple seedsactually contain natural toxins that can be harmful in largequantities.
First only a small number were made (in the low hundreds). When theApple ][ was introduced buyers were permitted to trade in theirApple I machines, which were then destroyed. It is unlikely thatmore than a dozen or so actually exist now.