Hey there! Let’s talk about how to change **milliliters** (ml) into **quarts**. This is important, especially when you’re *gardening*, because you might want to measure liquids for your plants, like water or fertilizer!

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### What are Milliliters and Quarts?

**Milliliters (ml)**: This is a small unit of measurement. It’s often used to measure liquids like water, juice, or plant food.**Quarts**: This is a bigger unit of measurement.*One quart*is made up of many milliliters!

### How to Convert Milliliters to Quarts

To convert **85 ml** into quarts, we use a conversion factor. There are approximately **946 milliliters in one quart**.

To find out how many quarts are in 85 ml, we can use the formula:

$$ \text{Quarts} = \frac{\text{Milliliters}}{946} $$

So, if we plug our number in:

$$ \text{Quarts} = \frac{85}{946} \approx 0.09 $$

This means that **85 milliliters is about 0.09 quarts**.

### Why is This Useful in Gardening?

When you’re gardening, you might not always have a milliliter measuring cup. Sometimes, you might need to know how this converts to a quart. Understanding these conversions helps you mix the right amounts of fertilizers or pesticides for your plants.

### 7 Examples of Objects that are 85 ml

To give you a better idea of how much **85 ml** is, here are **7 objects** that hold about that amount:

- A small juice box.
- A typical shot glass (most hold around 30-50 ml).
- A tablespoon (about 15 ml) filled five times.
- A small medicine cup.
- A mini travel-size shampoo bottle (often 100 ml, but can be 85 ml).
- A small container of yogurt (check the size, some are close).
- A teacup filled about one-third full.

Now you know how to convert 85 ml to quarts and why it’s useful in your gardening adventures!