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27 square feet Answer. 15 square metres at 3 inches thick.

Q: How many square feet will 1 cubic yard of bark chips cover?

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230 * 1/12 = 19.166.. cubic feet = 542.74 litres

11 m * 6 m * 2 inches =1,100 cm * 600 cm * (2*2.54) cm = 3,352,800 cubic centimetres = 3,352.8 litres.

1 in = 0.0254 m 1 m3 = 1000 litres ⇒ volume of 1 m2 x 2 in = 1 x (2 x 0.0254) x 1000 litres = 50.8 litres.

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Generally speaking, a 12-oz bag of chocolate chips is equivalent to about 4 cups of chips, while one square of almond bark (2.5 oz) is equivalent to about 1 cup of chocolate chips. Therefore, assuming a 12-oz bag of chocolate chips, it would take around 4 squares of almond bark to equal the contents of the bag.

The difference is shape of the chocolate. Chocolate chips are smaller and chocolate bark are in strips. Baking is usually done with chocolate chips.

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depends on the bark.

possibly a tree?

230 * 1/12 = 19.166.. cubic feet = 542.74 litres

If the chips are just mixing into the batter before baking, cut the bark into small pieces and mix in instead. Sounds good.

John A. Sturos has written: 'Predicting segregation of wood and bark chips by differences in terminal velocities' -- subject(s): Bark peeling, Wood-pulp industry, Wood chips

Yes, it is okay to put weed mat and bark chips under a fruit tree. As long as the tree has ample light, water and nutrients it will be fine.

It depends on how deep you want the bark to be, the recommended depth is 2 - 4 inches (5 - 10cm) thus at 10cm deep you'd need 201m3 to cover 2006m2

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