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How big is a bushel basket?

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A bushel basket has a volumetric capacity of 1 bushel, which is equal to 2,150.42 cubic inches. A bushel is a United States customary unit of dry weight that is typically used to measure agricultural yield, such as fruits, vegetables and grains.

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In the U.S., one of the most commonly used retail containers for produce are baskets, which are usually woven out of wood to a standard size. In terms of bushels, baskets are crafted as 1-bushel and 1/2-bushel baskets. One bushel can also be expressed as an equivalent measure of other dry volumetric units, where 1 bushel is equal to 4 pecks, 32 quarts and 64 pints.

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