How Much Area Does a Yard of Topsoil Cover?


The area of a topsoil will cover depending on its measurements such as its length width, and its depth. Once you have all those numbers, multiply them with each other and then divide them with 324. The answer will be the number of cubic yards for those dimensions.
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That depends. That depends upon how deep the soil bed is and how much moisture is in the topsoil. But here are some ballpark numbers for you: A yard of soil will cover a 10' by 10
One yard of topsoil will cover 324 square feet of soil, spread at a depth of 1 inch, or 100 square feet of soil spread at a depth of 3 inches. To calculate how much topsoil you'll
depends on how deep you want it to be. the topsoil is actually sold by the cubic yard. If you want to cover your area to 1 foot, then 1 cubic yard of soil (3' by 3' by 3' will cover
A cubic yard is a different type of measurement than an area. However, a
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