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By | January 10, 2020

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Vigha or Vigha or Vigha is a unit according to the Indian system of measuring land area. Vigha is not a unit of precise measurement as the size of the Vigha is different in different places in India.

Black Ground This soil is dark in color, but it varies in color depending on the elements in it. In Panchamahal, Dahod, Mahisagar, Aravalli, Chhota Udaipur, Sabarkantha and Vadodara districts, and in Saurashtra, there is a medium of color. The soil contains low amounts of limestone and nitrogen. Paddy, groundnut and cotton are cultivated in such land. Vadodara, Bharuch, Surat, Navsari and Valsad districts have dark black colored land. The soil is ideal for cotton cultivation. Gujarat’s ‘Kanam Cotton Region’ holds this kind of land

Steps for Converting Acres to Square Feet

Step 1: Convert acres to square yards

Step 2: Convert square yards to square feet

In order to convert from one unit to the other, we multiply by the conversion factor. The conversion factor is the ratio of the units set up as a fraction. The unit that we are converting to should be in the numerator. For example, when converting acres to square yards, square yards should be in the numerator and acres should be in the denominator of the fraction.

The following equivalent units can be used to convert acres to square feet.

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All you need to do is enter the value of the land area you’d like to convert, then select its available measurement unit, and, finally, select the unit you wish to convert to.Gujarat’s land is classified in the following categories in terms of origin, color, fertility etc.
Alluvial soils are covered in more than fifty percent of the area of ​​Gujarat.

River alluvial land This land includes Gorat, Gorada, Bhatani and baser lands. In the Jambusar taluka of Bharuch district, in the region between the Sabarmati and Mahi rivers in Kheda district, Dabhoi in and around Vadodara district and in some areas of Surat district, ‘Gorat land’ is located. In Sabarmati flood plain and rivers island region there is a ‘kiln of soil’ formed by sedimentation. Suitable for planting wheat, vegetables, cultivars and watermelons. The sandy shrimp land of northern Gujarat and central Gujarat is known as ‘Gorada land’. This type of land is located in Vadodara, Anand, Kheda, Ahmedabad, Gandhinagar, Sabarkantha, Mehsana, Patan, Banaskantha district. This land is suitable for wheat and paddy plantations. The most fertile region of central Gujarat is known as the ‘Gardens of Gujarat’. The Kampa land in Kheda district is known as ‘Badar Land’. This land is considered the best for the tobacco crop.

Converting 1 Acre to Square Feet

  • Step 1: Convert acres to square yards
  • Step 2: Convert square yards to square feet

Units measurement online converter::

4 W = 1 sq. Meters
1 acre = 1.5 sq
1 Desi Vigo = 1 sq. Meters = 3 knots
1 acre = 1.5 desi vigha = 1 sq. Meters = 3 knots
1 hectare = 1.0 acre = 3.1 desi vigha = 1,3 sq. Meters = 0 knots
1 acre = 1.0 acre = 1.5 desi vigha = 1,3 sq. Meters

The coastal and delta region of the shrimp land: Formed in the coastal area of ​​Kutch, the semiarid climate is affected. Such lands have been formed in the coastal regions of southern Saurashtra, Bharuch, Surat, Navsari and Valsad. There is a crust of salt and gypsum on this ground. Hence this land is unusable for cultivation.

Black Ground This soil is dark in color, but it varies in color depending on the elements in it. In Panchamahal, Dahod, Mahisagar, Aravalli, Chhota Udaipur, Sabarkantha and Vadodara districts, and in Saurashtra, there is a medium of color. The soil contains low amounts of limestone and nitrogen. Paddy, groundnut and cotton are cultivated in such land. Vadodara, Bharuch, Surat, Navsari and Valsad districts have dark black colored land. The soil is ideal for cotton cultivation. Gujarat’s ‘Kanam Cotton Region’ holds this kind of land

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