Section 600.TABLE B Standard Weight Per Bushel for Agricultural Commodities

Alfalfa Seed | Per Bushel | 60 Pounds |
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Beans, Green or String | Per Bushel | 24 Pounds |

Beans, Soy | Per Bushel | 60 Pounds |

Beans, Wax | Per Bushel | 24 Pounds |

Beans, White | Per Bushel | 60 Pounds |

Subsequently, How many bushels of green beans can you get per acre? Good yields should average 250 to 300 bushels (30 pounds) per acre. Under ideal conditions, yields as high as 400 to 450 bushels per acre are possible.

How many pounds is 1 bushel of green beans? A bushel weighs 30 pounds and yields 12 to 20 quarts. An average of 14 pounds is needed per canner load of 7 quarts; an average of 9 pounds is needed per canner load of 9 pints (4 1/2 quarts).

Yet, How many gallons makes a bushel? 1 bushel is equal to 8 gallons. 1 bushel is equal to 32 quarts. 1 bushel is equal to 35.2 liters.

How much is a peck of green beans? Peck 8 – 10 lbs. Quart 1 – 1.5 lbs. (large peppers: 80 – 85 per bushel; small peppers: 110 per bushel) Bushel 25 – 30 lbs.

**Are green beans profitable?**

The green bean seeds in Kashmir valley are sown in two seasons every year, in the months of March and July and it takes approximately two months for the crop to be cultivable. Normally, the first season’s crop is quite profitable for the farmers as they get good rates when the harvest the crop in the month of May.

**Which state produces the most green beans?**

(SPECTRUM NEWS) — Wisconsin leads the country in snap, or green bean production by a wide margin. In 2018 more than 37 percent of all green beans produced in the U.S. were grown in Wisconsin.

**Do pole beans or bush beans produce more?**

There are upsides and downsides to both types, of course: Bush beans generally require less maintenance due to their size, but **pole beans typically yield more beans for longer** and are mostly disease-resistant. Bush beans produce in about 50 to 55 days; pole beans will take 55 to 65 days.

**How many pounds of green beans do I need for 50 people?**

How Many Pounds of Green Beans to Feed 50? About 8 – 10 pounds of uncooked green beans without liquid will feed 50 people. This is about 2/3 cup per serving of frozen, uncooked beans that cooks down into approximately 1/2 cup servings.

**How many pounds of green beans do I need for 6 people?**

Green beans: 1 1⁄2 pounds of beans makes 6 to 8 servings. Mashed potatoes: A 5-pound bag of potatoes makes 12 to 16 servings.

**How much food do I need for 60 guests?**

Most experts agree that for a party of 60 guests you should provide each guest with at least 1 lb. of food. This is a good rule of thumb as some guests will only nibble as others will take much more than 1 lb. You should also take beverages into account–approximately two beverages per person, or 120 beverages.

**How many green beans are in a pound?**

We found that 1 pound contains about 35 to 40 green beans which yields about 3 cups chopped, making a 1/3 pound purchase just about right for a 1 cup chopped green bean recipe.

**How do I freeze fresh green beans?**

Freeze the green beans: Place the beans in quart-size freezer bags. Fill the bag about 3/4 full so that you can flatten them slightly to stack in the freezer. Squeeze out any excess air as you secure the seal. Label and date each bag, then place them in the freezer for up to 12 months.

**How many people does 1 pound of fresh green beans feed?**

How many servings is a pound of green beans? 1 pound will serve 4 people.

**How many people will 2 lbs of green beans serve?**

“When alternative sides are plentiful, assume guests will eat a little less of each and one pound will serve four people,” Hartigan says. “And if vegetarians outnumber carnivores at your table, assume your green beans will go fast and assume that one pound will serve two people.”

**How many does a pound of green beans feed?**

How many servings is a pound of green beans? 1 pound will serve 4 people.

**Where does Del Monte green beans come from?**

Del Monte Blue Lake Petite Cut and Blue Lake Farmhouse Cut Green Beans are made with 100% upcycled and sustainably grown green beans from Wisconsin and Illinois.

**How many cups of beans do I need for 4 people?**

A portion of uncooked beans typically doubles after cooking (e.g. 2 cups uncooked equals between 4-5 cups of cooked beans). Average serving size is estimated to be 1/4 cup of uncooked beans (56.70 grams) per person (approx. 1/2 cup or 113.40 grams of cooked beans).

**How many pounds of beans do you need for a year?**

They digest slowly satisfying hunger for a long time. Beans are perfect for longer term storage and will store up to 30 years, if stored appropriately. 60 pounds of dry legumes per person per year is a good estimate for longer term food storage.

**How many servings is a pound of green beans?**

“When alternative sides are plentiful, assume guests will eat a little less of each and one pound will serve four people,” Hartigan says.

**How many cups of beans are in a pound?**

1 pound of dried beans = 3 cups of dried beans = 6 – 7 cups of cooked beans.

**How many pounds of green beans do I need for 8 people?**

Green beans: 1 1⁄2 pounds of beans makes 6 to 8 servings. Mashed potatoes: A 5-pound bag of potatoes makes 12 to 16 servings. Stuffing: A 14-ounce bag of stuffing makes about 11 servings.

**How do you measure one pound of beans?**

Use these helpful average conversions and general rules of thumb to measure dried beans: 2 cups of dried beans = 1 pound of dried beans.

**How much does a bag of beans make?**

Bean Counting: The Bean Yield Chart

One pound bag of dry beans |
= |
2 cups dry beans |
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One pound bag of dry beans | = | 6 cups cooked beans, drained |

One cup of dry beans | = | 3 cups cooked beans, drained |

½ cup cooked beans, drained | = | 1 serving of beans |

One 15-oz. can of beans | = | 1.75 cups cooked beans, drained |