# How many pounds of nitrogen are in liquid fertilizer?

**pounds**divided by 4 is 2.25

**pounds**of

**fertilizer liquid**in 1 quart. Your product is 16 percent

**nitrogen**by weight, so 16/100 = 0.16, and 0.16 x 2.25 is 0.36. This means that 1 quart of

**fertilizer**supplies 0.36

**pounds of nitrogen**.

Regarding this, how do you calculate pounds of nitrogen in liquid fertilizer?

**Calculations**: **Pounds of Nitrogen** per gallon of **fertilizer** (E) = A x B. Gallons of **fertilizer** required to deliver desired amount of **Nitrogen** to one acre (F) = C / E. Number of gallons required to deliver desired amount of **Nitrogen** to entire field (G) = F x D.

Also Know, how much does 10 34/0 liquid fertilizer weigh? Liquid:

Liquid: | ||
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1 gallon 28% (28-0-0) | = | 10.66 lbs. |

1 gallon 10-34-0 | = | 11.65 lbs. |

1 gallon 7-21-7 | = | 11.00 lbs. |

1 gallon 9-18-9) | = | 11.11 lbs. |

Hereof, how many pounds of nitrogen do I need for my lawn?

As mentioned earlier, the suggested rate per application is about one pound of actual nitrogen per **1,000** square feet of lawn. If fertilizers were 100 percent nitrogen, which they are not, it would take a pound of fertilizer to apply this rate.

How much is liquid fertilizer?

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