## How do I calculate how much compost I need?

Simply multiple width, depth and height and then divide by 1000. Hence, a 100cm³ planter would have a volume of 1000 litres. (100 x 100 x 100 / 1000.) A 140 x 30 x 30 rectangle would have a volume of 126 litres.

## How much is a 2 cubic foot bag of mulch?

For example, at a recent visit to a garden center, bagged cedar mulch was \$5.99 for a 2 cubic foot bag. Bulk mulch was \$46 per cubic yard. A cubic yard (often just called “a yard”) is 27 cubic feet. So the price per cubic foot was bulk, \$1.70; bagged, \$3.00.

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## How many pounds is 2 cubic feet?

Weight: 40.14 LBS. Miracle Gro Garden Soil Flower & Vegetable 2 Cubic Foot is Specially formulated for annuals, perennials and vegetables.

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## How many pounds is 20 cubic feet?

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1 ft^3 = lbs 2 ft^3 =
15 ft^3 = lbs 16 ft^3 =
17 ft^3 = lbs 18 ft^3 =
19 ft^3 = lbs 20 ft^3 =
21 ft^3 = lbs 22 ft^3 =

## How many pounds is 0.5 cubic feet?

A half a cubic foot of sand should weigh about 50 pounds dry, and a little more if damp, like these bags were.

## How many pounds is 0.5 cubic feet gravel?

A 50-pound bag of pea gravel is equivalent to 0.5 cubic foot, so two 50-pound bags cover 1 cubic foot. Knowing that a 50-pound bag of pea gravel averages 0.5 cubic foot makes the calculation easy — and one most smartphone calculators can complete.

## What does 1 cubic foot of sand weigh?

A cubic foot of dry sand weighs between 100 and 115 pounds, depending on how fine it is, so dividing the average, 107 pounds, by 2.2 pounds per kilogram, and you get the answer, 48.6 kg.

## How do you convert cubic feet to weight?

If you know the object’s density, you can convert its cubic feet into pounds with a simple calculation. Write down the density of the material you are converting. It should be expressed as either pounds per cubic foot or kilograms per cubic meter. To convert kg/m3 to lb./cubic feet, multiply by 0.0624.

## How much is 1 cubic foot in KG?

1 ft3 / cu ft = 28.32 kg wt.

## How can I calculate cubic feet?

Calculating cubic feet for different units (formulae)

1. From feet: length (ft) × width (ft) × height (ft) = cubic feet.
2. From inches: length (in) × width (in) × height (in) ÷ 1728 = cubic feet.
3. From yards: length (yd) × width (yd) × height (yd) × 27 = cubic feet.