This answer will vary by quite a large degree depending on the types of trees in the given acre, the local conditions and many other factors. However, if we are talking about an average value, then you could do worse than to use the US Department of Energy's value from "Sector-Specific Issues and Reporting Methodologies Supporting the General Guidelines for the Voluntary Reporting of Greenhouse Gases" under Sections 1605(b) of the Energy Policy Act of 1992 which puts average tree cover per acre as 700 (this assumes you are indeed talking about a forest as you didn't state exactly).
How many morning a trees per acre
There are as many trees as you want to have, the trees don't make the acre, the measurement of the land does...
This depends on how many feet the trees are spaced apart. If the trees are spaced about a foot apart, then there is going to be about 43,560 trees in one acre.
55 to 65 trees
40 coconut trees
with in 200 trees
It could be any number. It depends upon the acre which is a piece of land about 209 feet by 209 feet. maybe zero trees, maybe hundreds.
About 50-60 trees per acre
It depends on what kind of trees you want to plant. Dwarf fruit trees, for example, can be planted several hundred to the acre, while a large shade tree such as a silver maple might have fewer than ten.
I read some place that you can have about 350
Take the number of acres and multiply that by 400. 400 is a rough estimate of the number of trees in a rainforest acre.
i dont know that is why i am asking!
20 plants of oranges are planted in per a cre
One acre of trees provides enough oxygen for 18 people per day.
700 plants can be planted in 1 acre
Ive read 80000 spiders per acre. Sounds like a lot, but many live in the trees and bushes as well.
You can generally count on about 350 Loblolly pines per acre for timber-harvesting purposes. I don't know the maximum amount you could grow, but it wouldn't be the best conditions for the trees.
1 acre = 43,560 square feet. If you have 1ft x 1ft space you can fit 43,560 trees in one acre. In this case you have an area of 4 ft by 14 ft, when multiplied together you get the area, which means you have 56 square feet allocated per tree. So take the space 43,560 divide by space required 56 and it gives you 777.86. 43,560 / 56 = 777.86, the answer is you can fit 777 trees per acre.
The approximate forested area of the Earth is estimated at 9.6 billion acres. One acre can hold, very roughly, 500 trees. So, we can estimate that the planet has 5 trillion trees.
How many centimeters are in a acre