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    What does an inch of water mean exactly?

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    In gardening terms, what does an inch of water mean exactly?

    Asked by Beverley on 11th May 2022
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    Sugar Trades ltd

    "An inch of water is a 1-inch deep layer of water over the entire soil surface in question. You can make a rain gauge with a straight-sided container, like a used tuna can. … When it’s full to the line, you have your inch of water.

    Hereof, What is the volume of 1 inch of water? In short 1cubic foot = 144 cubic inches = 0.62 gallons (for one inch of water) = 2.36 litres."

    Answered on 11th May 2022 - Member since Apr 2022 - report
    Simon Landscaping

    "Volume of rainwater. I hope this has answer your question for you"

    Answered on 11th May 2022 - Member since Sep 2021 - report
    Grasshopper garden services

    "The term an inch of water is a unit of pressure or in gardening terms and an inch of rain.
    Hope this helps"

    Answered on 11th May 2022 - Member since Jul 2019 - report

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