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Boy, I hate to state the obvious, but did you read the directions? It will depend on which roundup product (there are many, many different ones) your using, what type of sprayer, and what type of weeds your treating. If your directions are missing, or your not sure how to interpret something, I recommend going to any home depot, lowes, ace hardware, etc, and ask them for help. Good Luck!

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There 9 sq.ft. per sq. yd., thus there are 41140 sq. yds. in 8.5 acres.
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Since you are only going to be at 1.5 feet, each square yard is equal to 1/2 cubic yard, so to figure the cubic yards divide sq.yds. by 2, thus you get 20570 cu. yds. of stone.

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I have 4 acres front and back is 650 feet wide so hhow ow many feet deep will make the 4 acres.

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First, you need to get the probability of the two events - not enough rain and enough rain.
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