How many gallons is an acre of an inch?

27,154 gallons
One acre-inch equals 3,630 cubic feet or 27,154 gallons.

How do you calculate gallons of water per acre?

Divide the diameter (in feet) by 2 to get the radius. (Radius = ½ Diameter). Then multiply the radius x itself x 3.14 (Pi) then divide by 43,560 (square feet per acre). Then multiply this the average water depth (feet) x 325,851 gallons/acre foot.

How many gallons is 1.5 acre feet?

But what is an acre-foot? One acre-foot equals about 326,000 gallons, or enough water to cover an acre of land, about the size of a football field, one foot deep. An average California household uses between one-half and one acre-foot of water per year for indoor and outdoor use.

How much water does it take to water 1 acre?

It takes 27,154 gallons of water to irrigate one acre of land with an inch of water. This measurement is useful when you need to water one or more acres and need to evaluate whether your current flow rate is adequate for getting it done according to your schedule.

How many gallons does it take to spray an acre?

You would put 1 Quart (32 Fluid Ounces) in 44-132 gallons of water to spray one acre (43560 sq. ft.).

How many gallons is an inch of rain per acre?

Volume and weight One inch of rain falling on 1 acre of ground is equal to about 27,154 gallons and weighs about 113 tons. An inch of snow falling evenly on 1 acre of ground is equivalent to about 2,715 gallons of water.

How many gallons is a 1/2 acre pond?

Figure the cubic feet by multiplying the depth by the square footage for ½ acre (I get about 87,000 cu ft) and then convert to gallons by multiplying by 7.5 (I get 652,500 gallons).

How do you water a 1 acre garden?

How many acres does a 25 gallon sprayer cover?

The 25 gallon version shown here, allows us to spray two (2) acres easily and does not upset the center of gravity of the ATV. Mount the sprayer on the rear rack of the ATV. Use two (2) tie-down straps to keep the unit steady and in place.