How many spinach plants in one acre and what is the average yield per acre?
On average, 6,000 to 8,000 pants with a total yield on average of 40 tons. This is dependent on tomato variety, weather and soil condition.
Hot chili pepper per acre yield
The average yield of wheat in Pakistan is 960kg per acre.
The average yield of corn per acre in Pennsylvania is approximately 150 bushels. The average soybean yield is 40 bushels per acre.
the avage yield is 1,233445
Tennessee's average wheat yield for the period 2006 through 2011 was 56.8 bushels per acre.
National average yield of vegetable in India
The U.S. average yield for 2010 was 46.6 bushels/acre, 43.0 bu/a in 2011.
The average yield per acre of wheat in Afghanistan, is 1600 k to 1800 gs, in irrigated crops, this is my personal experience, This yield is given in Ghazni province. If any one you have better information about the average yield per acre of wheat then kindly share that with me, I will be thankful to you.
12000 plants in one acer and producation 450-550
The average yield of wheat per acre over the past 10 years in Canada has been around 42 bushels per acre. Record yields were expected in 2013, with the average per acre approaching 48 bushels.
The US nationwide wheat average yield currently runs from 38 to 45 bushels per acre depending on the year.
The US average is about 3.35 tons of dry alfalfa per acre.
Around 630kg per acre
60 bushels per acre.
150 bushels per acre
About 65 bushels per acre.
The protein yield of beans in a field was found to be 17 milligrams per gram of seed If the average yield of beans is 3256 pounds per acre what is the protein yield in pounds per acre?
81.48 pounders per acre
Protein yield of corn is 15 milligrams per gram of seed The average yield of corn grain is 5432 pounds per acre what is the protein yield in pounds per acre?
81.48 pounds per acre novanet
It all depends on the location and terrain of your plantation. Weather being an important factor the yield of rubber per acre can vary from 550 kgs/acre to 1 MT/acre.
150*40 kgs per acre
According to DEFRA, the average yield in 2007 was about 7.2 tonnes per hectare (2.9 tonnes per acre). In 2006 it was 8.0 tonnes per hectare (3.2 tonnes per acre).
The U.S. average yield for 2010 was 46.6 bushels/acre or 2.92 tonnes/hectare. The figures for 2011 are slightly lower, at 43.0 bushels/acre or 2.89 tonnes/hectare. According to the US Department of Agriculture, the US average soybean yield for the period 2006 through 2011 was 42.22 bushels per acre.
Lots of variables apply, but, generally about a tonne/acre
The average yield for the period 2000 through 2009 crop years was 21.5 tons per acre, ranging from a low of 18.1 tons per acre in 2001 to a high of 25.9 tons per acre in 2008.
Average of the last seven years is 51.3 bushels per acre.
The US average is about 50,000 lbs. per acre, except for spring onions which are typically a little under 30,000 lbs. per acre.
The current five-year average for Nebraska wheat yields is 44 bushels per acre.
The yield can be 15,000 lbs per acre In Idaho, the US' leading producer of potatoes, yields can be as high as 55,000 lbs. per acre, though the state average runs closer to 40,000.
U.S. average yield for 2010 was 46.6 bushels (of 60 pounds each) per acre. Canada and Brazil average yield was the same or very close. The top record for 2010 was 160 bushels per acre on a special irrigated field, the same farmer managed an average of 100 bushels per acre on the whole 300 acres of soybean he planted.
For the 2009 crop season, Texas' average corn yield was 108 bushels per acre.
Well irrigated, rich fertile land with a conducive weather can yield up to 3 ton a acre, but that's the higher end. I suppose 1.4 ton is ballpark measure of the average.
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The five-year average corn yield for North Carolina is 109 bushels per acre.
Protein yield of corn is 17 milligrams per gram of seed The average yield of corn grain is 5432 pounds per acre what is the protein yield in pounds per acre?
92.344 pounds of protein per acre. As a side note, a US farmer who is producing only 5,432 pounds of corn per acre will not be in business very long, since that is only 97 bushels per acre. In 2010, US farmers will need to average over 170 bushels per acre just to break even on input costs.
It ranges widely depending on the production area. The average in Manitoba is around 290cwt/acre or 13MT/acre In Idaho, the leading US producer, the average is around 390 cwt per acre. A cwt is a hundredweight (100 pounds US).
It varies from year to year, of course, but the average is 41 bushels per acre for the period 2006 through 2011.
approx 0.75 metric tons
8 to 10 quintals per acre
It varies from year to year, of course, but it averages about 30 bushels per acre statewide.
Roughly 50, but it depends on the variety and environmental factors
a little less than 3 tons
I think hemp has quite a high yield/acre compared to most other food plants, not sure if it has the highest though.
In 2009 Kansas farmers produced 160.6 million bushels of soybeans from 3.65 million acres for an average yield of 44 bushels per acre.
The top 20 countries have a yield of over 37 bushels (of 60 pounds each) per acre, or 2.3 tonnes per hectare. The U.S. average yield for 2010 was 46.6 bushels/acre or 2.9 tonnes/hectare. The best country, Turkey, produced an average of 58.7 bushels/acre or 3.7 tonnes/hectare. The record belongs to a farmer in Missouri who produced an average of 100 bushels/acre over a 300 acres plantation in 2010, and reached 160 bushels/acre on a… Read More
This site is a variety study, where the yield was 5 to 20 pounds per plant. Another article here reflects 6,000 to 8,000 plants per acre with yield average of 40 tons, which is 10 pounds per plant (dependent on variety, weather & soil). Texas Website: 100lbs per 100 feet which is 2 pounds per plant.
There's too many variables here to be able to answer this question. However, just for example, the US average yield from all states of all barley types for the period from 2006 through 2011 is 66.7 bushels per acre, according to the USDA.
An excellent crop of dry land wheat will yield about 70 bushels and an average crop on irrigated ground will yield about the same.
It can vary widely depending on location, field conditions, and many other factors, but the US average is about 50,000 lbs. per acre.
It varies from year to year, of course, but for the last several years it ranged from 30 to 40 bushels per acre.