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When it comes to mulch or concrete, a so-called "yard"

actually means a "cubic yard".

1 cubic yard = 27 cubic feet

2 cubic yards = 54 cubic feet

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6 cubic yards = 162 cubic feet ( = 81 bags )

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Q: How many 2 cubic feet bags of mulch do you need to equal 6 yards of mulch?

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1 cubic yard = 27 cubic feet 4 cubic yards = 108 cubic feet Since each bag contains 2 cubic feet of mulch, the required number of bags is 108/2 which is 54

1 cubic yard is 3x3x3 = 27 cubic feet 49 yards = 49x27 = 1323 cubic feet 1323/2 = 661 bags - that is a lot of bags! Make sure by yards you mean actual cubic yards, not linear yards, in which case you need to know depth and width of mulch as well

1.85 cubic yards...probably 25 bags or so

You need10.8/(the number of cubic feet of sand in each bag) bags.

Well, gee, I think that would be 2 bags. But if you have found a bag that is 2 cubic yards, that is ONE HUGE BAG...Enough to fill the back of a pick-up truck. I think you better look into your phrasing, one cubic yard of mulch will cover 100 square feet, or an area that is 10' x 10'. IMPROVED ANSWER: I think you mean that 1 bag of mulch will cover 2 cubic feet. That's the standard bag sold at Lowes & Home Depot. 1 cubic yard = 27 cubic feet (3'x3'x3'=27). Therefore 4 cubic yards is equal to 108 cubic feet. You would need 54 bags (108/2=54).

13.5 bags are required.

It depends on the size of the bag of mulch. If the bags are 3 cu.ft., 9 bags equal 1 yard, but if the bags are 2 cu.ft., approximately 13-14 bags equal 1 yard.

1 cubic yard = 27 cubic feet, thus 1 cubic feet = 1/27 cubic yards and 2 cubic feet = 2/27 cubic yards (1 bag of mulch) Landscapers speak in yards of mulch needed for a garden. They are referring to cubic yards. A bag of mulch is 2 cubic feet, so you would need 13.5 bags of mulch to equal 1 cubic yard (yard of mulch)

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I'm not sure you asked this correctly since a 24 cubic foot bag would be extremely large. You would only need 1 and 1/8 bags. If you meant 2.4 cubic feet bags, you would need 11.25 or 12 bags.

100 cubic foot bags.

You need (182/3) divided by (cubic feet of mulch in each bag) bags.