2001a, b) investigated the effects of spray droplet size and application volumes of 10 to 80 gallons per acre (94 to 748 liters per hectare) on spray deposition in an apple orchard; 43% to 61% of the applied spray was lost to ground deposit within 15 feet (4.
What does GPA stand for?
GPA stands for Gallons Per Acre
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Insecticides were mixed with water at label-recommended levels and sprayed at rates of either 5 gallons or 9 gallons per acre.
More current information has some producers (Valcent Products in California) claiming oil yields as high as 150,000 gallons per acre.
Department of Energy, algae can produce well over 10,000 gallons per acre compared to soybeans, which produce only 48 gallons of oil per acre per year, and canola, which produces 140 gallons per acre.
Department of Energy show that algae can produce well over 10,000 gallons per acre compared to soybeans, which produce only 48 gallons of oil per acre per year, and canola, which produces 140 gallons per acre, LaStella said.
Endres discussed corn-germ separation, which he said could raise oil yields by 25 gallons per acre.
Canola, Europe's temperate climate oil crop of choice, produces one hundred twenty-seven gallons per acre.
He said: 'We had 50mm last week and a further 10mm last night, which equates to a quarter of a million gallons per acre.