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This page will answer your question on how many gaharu trees can be planted in an acre of land. Recommended spacing between the gaharu trees are between 4x4 and 8x8 and this will allowed you to plant between 600 to 2,700 trees per acre.
In natural resources many management concepts, as well as an evaluation and control methods, utilize tree numbers per acre as a quantitative measure. The number of trees per acre vary by the distance between each tree. In plantations, the number of trees per acre would be determined by knowing the spacing within a row and the spacing between rows. In planting systems, the initial number of trees per acre can be estimated by their spacing. Within general forest management, the spacing between trees and the number of trees per acre can be used to estimate timber volumes and values, prescribe silvicultural treatments, and provide simple examples of forest growth dynamics.
The table below determine the number of trees per acre based upon tree spacing in two directions (along two axes perpendicular to each other). The spacing distances are in feet. The table shows the number of trees per acre when trees are on square or equal spacings.
Table 1: Approximate number of trees per acre based upon the distance in feet between stems in a square grid rounded to the nearest whole tree.