Prepared by Bodie V. Thomas and James T. Midcap, Horticulture Department Original manuscript by S. Lewis, former Extension horticulturists. Pesticide and fertilizer recommendations often are made on a pounds-per-acre or tons-per-acre basis for field production. However, greenhouse and nursery operators, landscape professionals and orchardists often must convert these recommendations to smaller areas, such as row feet or square feet per tree or per pot. Pints, cups, ounces, tablespoons and teaspoons often are the common units of measure.
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Three significantly different sizes are in current use:
Pounds are units of weight, and gallons are units of volume, so you can't directly convert one to the other. You can, however, determine the volume of a particular liquid when you know its weight, and vice versa, as long as you know the density of the liquid. You can find the densities of many common liquids such as milk and gasoline online, but you may have a random mixture of two or more liquids. In that case, you can measure the density yourself in one of two ways. The density d of a liquid is the mass m of the liquid per unit volume V.