# How many pounds are in a yard of topsoil?

One yard of topsoil weighs an average of 1 ton, or 2,000 pounds. The weight of topsoil varies depending on the moisture content in the soil. The damper the soil, the heavier it is.Source:American T... Read More »

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## What is a yard of topsoil?

A yard of topsoil means a cubic yard, which is 27 cubic feet. Determine the cubic feet of your garden to see how much topsoil you need by multiplying the garden length by the width, then by the dep... Read More »

## How much does a yard of topsoil cover?

It depends on how thick you are making the layer of topsoil. A yard is equal to 27 cubic feet. Therefore, if you are laying it 3 inches deep, you can expect a yard to cover about 100 square feet. I... Read More »

## How much does a yard of topsoil weigh?

One cubic yard of topsoil weighs slightly more than 1 ton, or 2,000 lbs., according to American Topsoil. This much topsoil can cover an area of 27 square feet to a depth of 12 inches.Source:America... Read More »

## How much does one yard of topsoil cost?

While the cost of top soil can vary across the U.S., the cost at Home Depot is \$4.31 for a square yard of bulk soil that is five inches deep (the recommended depth for laying new top soil). Prices ... Read More »

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