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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' area to a depth of three inches. In other words, figure a third of a yard per 100 square feet for every inch of depth. Length x width x # of inches deep divided by 324 = the number of cubic yards needed for that task.

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1 Cubic Yard Spread To A Depth Of 1.5" Will Cover 216 Sq. Ft Or 20 Sq Meters

about 2700 pounds per cubic yard

The weight of a yard (a cubic yard, more accurately) of topsoil varies greatly depending upon its moisture content and how well packed it is. But figure 2000 to 2400 pounds.

55 square yards.

Approximately 6' X 9'.

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The answer will depend on the depth to which the dirt is spread.

1 Cubic Yard Spread To A Depth Of 1.5" Will Cover 216 Sq. Ft Or 20 Sq Meters

This question has no real answer as it depends where you stay and the availability of top soil. How much is a cubic yard of topsoil in Iceland? How much is a cubic yard of topsoil in the Sahara Desert? How much is a cubic yard of topsoil in Washington DC? etc. etc. Check a local newspaper or nursery/ garden centre

about 2700 pounds per cubic yard

2600

It depends how much you need.

The weight of a yard (a cubic yard, more accurately) of topsoil varies greatly depending upon its moisture content and how well packed it is. But figure 2000 to 2400 pounds.

3 feet x 3 feet

54sqare feet

55 square yards.

There are 764.554858 liters in a cubic yard of topsoil (or anything else).

1.7 (you can buy topsoil from teal turf)