How Much Turf Is Needed

by pennie
(oxhey)

I wonder if someone can help me.How do i find out how much turf i need and how much soil is needed to cover the ground.

Any advice or help will be appreciated.

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Oct 25, 2012
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turf & soil
by: anlex garden centre

you need to measure the length x the width of the area to be turfed. it is easier to measure in mtrs but feet or yards can be calculated.This will give you the total number of turf that is needed. Each of our turf covers a m2. The top soil again length x width and the depth that is required will then be calculated to how much you need. There are on line calculators or you can phone the garden centre and it will be worked out for you.

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