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How many blades of grass are there per square meter?


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Answered 2014-08-21 10:06:38

There are approximately 10 blades of grass in one square centimeter. Thus, there are 100,000 blades of grass per square meter.

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I'm going to say that there are roughly 10 blade of grass per square centimeter, which would mean there are roughly 100,000 blades of grass per square meter.


going by the average 320 blades in a square inch then 46,080 blades of grass are in a square foot of the average lawn.


There could be as many as 100 blades of grass in one square inch of lawn. This number could double if the grass is very lush.


First you would have to determine how many were in a smaller area like 1 square foot. This you would have to actually count. Then you would have to figure how many square feet there were to a football field. 150' X 300' equals 45,000 square feet. Multiply the number of blades of grass that you counted in one square foot, times 45,000 and that would tell you approximately how many blades there were. This would be a guess. Or if the field is astroturf then it's easy. Zero. Well there's about 10 blades of grass on a square inch keeping in mind that there's about 39 inches in a meter u do 39x39=15210 per square meter a football field measures about 110 m x 49m... if u take 110x 49= 5390m is the area of a football field u take 5390(area of the football field in meters)x15210(the amount of grass blades in a square meter u get 81,981,900 grass blades on a football field in other words.. 5390x15210= 81, 981,900 blades of grass on a football field per square meter....i only did this because my physics teacher asked us this question n i was online looking for the answer n i found none that were useful n i decided since i found the answer half an hour later to post the answer n the method i used....hope this helps


There are 144 square inches to the sq. foot....at 120 blades of grass per sq. inch it would have 17,280 blades to every sq. foot. 17,280 blades times 160 square feet of surface to the lawn would equal 2,764,800 blades of grass.



Approximately 108,900,000 blades of grass per acre.


Cow grass can cost between $1.90 and $7.00 per square meter. Many places will only allow orders by 100 square meter or 1000 square meter increments.


Approximately 454,445,445,248,695,630,589,015,754,212,348,261,022,239,154,784,996,324,120, 784,461,243,645,874,104,455,412,201,035,487,454,544,412,301,745,456,104,578, 478,902,404,052,408,633,654,751 blades of grass. In other words, there's too many to count!


Waaaay too many to count. Think of it this way: one acre of grassland can hold as many as over a million blades of grass. Now think of the billions of acres of grassland, lawns and pastures in the world and how many blades of grass are in those. Quite a few, right?


1x1 meter is a square meter.


their are 50 grass bey blades in the world.I know cause i have been collecting bey blades since 2008.And i have all the grass bey blades and all the l-dragos.



I think around 10,887,435,263,456,769,787,643,311,986,453


1 square meter = 1,550 square inches.


Depends on how many blades of grass there are, what type of grass it is, etc, doesn't it?


1 square meter = 10.7639 square feet.


About 10.764 square feet per square meter.


One square meter = 1.196 square yards


1 square meter = 10.764 square feet.


1 square meter is 10.764 square feet.


Since a meter has 100 centimeters, a square meter has 10,000 square centimeters.


1 (square meter) = 10.76 square feet.


1 (square meter) = 10.76 square feet.


1 square meter = 1,550 square inches.



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