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What is a bushel in liters?

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One bushel = 35.24 liters.

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1 bushel [US, dry] = 35.2390704 liters.


1 US bushel is 35.24 liters. One US peck is 8.81 liters.


One bushel of wheat = about 35.24 liters.


1 US bushel = 35.239072 liters


1 half US bushel = 17.619536 liters


A bushel is an English system unit of dry volume, equal to 8 dry gallons (4 pecks).It has been widely used for grain and other produce. Many grains are now sold by weight, with a fixed weight equal to a bushel.A US bushel is approximately 35.24 liters, an Imperial bushel is about 36.37 liters.


The simple answer is that it has a volume of a bushel. A bushel is about 35 liters or about one and a quarter cubic feet. The imperial bushel is about 3% larger. As for the actual dimensions of a bushel basket, I would have to get back to you on that, but I would guess about 18" diameter and a foot tall.


A bushel is a unit of volume. As such, the item that makes up the bushel doesn't matter, a bushel of corn will be the same as a bushel of wheat, barley, etc. * 1.284352 cubic feet * 2219.36 cubic inches * 0.03636879 cubic liters


A bushel is the equivalent of 35.239072 liters. Water has a density of 1g/cm3, so that means that it weighs 35.2 kilograms.


One bushel (60 pounds) of soybeans yields about 4.6 liters of oil, so one kilogram of soybeans yields about 0.037 liters of oil.


. . . is that a bushel of feathers, a bushel of cotton, a bushel of wheat, or a bushel of lead pellets? (A bushel is a volume, not a weight.)


An ancient Hebrew unit of dry measure, equal to a tenth of a homer or about one bushel (35 liters).


A bushel is 32 dry quarts. Note that a dry quart is a unit of volume that is about 16% larger than the more familiar liquid quart; 1.101 liters versus 0.946 liters.


$40 a bushel and $22 for a half bushel


The amount in a bushel.



A bushel is determined by weight not by the number. The weight for a bushel of pears is 50 pounds and a bushel of peaches is 48 pounds.


A peck is a dry measure of 8 quarts; the fourth part of a bushel, equal to 537.6 cubic inches (8.81 liters).


There are 4 pecks in a bushel.


The abbreviation for a bushel is "bu."


A bushel of beets weighs 60 pounds. There are 53 pounds of tomatoes in a bushel, and 48 pounds of cucumbers in a bushel.


How many cubic feet in a bushel of soybeans


Seed corn has a bushel weight of 56 pounds. The price in 2014 is $3.30 per seed corn bushel. For sweet, fresh corn there are 70 pounds per bushel, with the bushel selling for about $15/bushel retail.


A bushel is a measure of volume equal to about 36 litres. A bushel of corn would be enough corn to fill a container one bushel in size.


The US Bushel weighs by volume. A bushel of carrots is 50 pounds.



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