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How to calculate the number of acres planted from number of vines planted, row spacing and in row spacing of the vines.

The question was asked if I plant 6000 vines with in between row spacing of 2 metres and in row spacing of the vines of 1 metre, how many acres did I plant? The property is very odd shaped, two roads, large pond and a some of the rows are terraced. The actual area is about 4 acres.

The easiest way to calculate this would be to convert one acre to square metres.1 acre = 4046.86 metres

To calculate the vine density per acre based on the above numbers:

4046.86 / ( 1*2) = 2023 (rounded) vines per acre

Divide the amount of vines by this number

6000 / 2023 = 2.966 acres of the 4 acres planted in vines.

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