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Q: How much red mulch do you need to cover 100 sq ft 3 inches deep?

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If it is the same as concrete it will cover 162 square feet. concrete covers 81 square feet by 4" deep

2 inches = 1/6 foot Volume = 3,500/6 = 5831/3 cubic feet = 21.605 cubic yards

There is no dirt in a hole that is 3 feet deep and six inches in diameter.

100' x 200' x 1/3' = 6666.66... recurring cubic feet.

6 feet or 36 inches.

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15 square yards at 3 inches deep.

Half a cubic foot.

For 1 foot deep, 400 cu ft. For 3 inches deep, 100 cu ft.

The 'square feet' of area that it covers is 1,620/(depth of the mulch, in inches)

Without knowing the size of the bag you haven't given us enough info to answer the question.

1 yard of mulch at 12 inches deep would cover 25 sq. ft., so for 400 square feet you would need 16 yards. 12 inches is the depth you need to start with because the mulch will settle.

3.1 cubic yards for every 2 inches deep you want it to be.

The problem here lies with the question. Landscape mulch is not measured by the yard it is measured by cubic yard. There is nothing linear about mulch. A common standard suggests that 1 cubic yard of mulch will cover about 100 sq ft of landscape 2-4 inches thick.

1500 x 3 = 4500 cubed ft

54sqare feet

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

Without knowing the size of the bag you haven't given us enough info to answer the question.

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