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# How much ground does a yard of gravel cover?

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A cubic yard of gravel covers 324 square feet at 1 inch deep, 162 square feet at 2 inches deep, 108 square feet at 3 inches deep or 81 square feet at 4 inches deep. Each cubic yard is 36 inches long, 36 inches wide and 36 inches tall.

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One cubic yard of gravel weighs between 1 and 1.5 tons. The individual stones typically range between 0.079 inches and 2.5 inches in diameter. Types of gravel include pea gravel, bank run, bench gravel, creek rock, lag gravel, piedmont gravel, plateau gravel and crushed stone. Gravel can impede plant growth by limiting moisture and nutrients.

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A cubic yard of dry gravel weighs approximately 2,970 pounds. Gravel collected from water weighs approximately 1,620 pounds per cubic yard. Sand and gravel, also known as aggregates, result from mining.

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A pallet of sod covers approximately 450 square feet or 50 square yards of space, according to Quality Sod, Inc. Sod is measured in the same way as other flooring by taking measurements of the space using a tape measure, rolling wheel or laser.

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