What is an average yield of potatoes per acre?
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).
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.
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?
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.
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.
The amount of potatoes produced are not counted individually, but in terms of weight. Also, we need to know what time period you are referring to for this question. But just for example, Idaho's 2011 potato production was 12.7 billion pounds of potatoes with an average yield of 39,800 pounds per acre.
Typical square bale will weigh between 60 to 120 pounds depending on moisture content and density of material in the bale. Yields of hay very greatly from .05 to 6 ton per acre. Given an average weight of 80 lbs. per bale and average yield of 2.0 ton per acre, one could expect to yield 20-25 square bales per acre.