How Much Soil3 Should You Use?
comes in a giant 1 cubic yard BigYellowBag® and small cubic foot bags. The amount of Soil3
you should use depends on your project. Use our Soil3 Calculator
to determine how much you should order.
Soil3 Application Rates
How Much Topsoil Do I Need for My Lawn?
Read about the benefits of using Soil3 on your lawn: Improved Turfgrass Lawn with Soil3.
Sodding a new lawn - 1 Cubic Yard per 1,000 sq. ft.
Seeding a new lawn (amending soil) - 1 Cubic Yard per 1,000 sq. ft.
Seeding a new lawn (mulch over seed) - 1 Cubic Yard per 2,000 sq. ft.
Over Seeding a lawn - 1 Cubic Yard per 1,000 sq. ft.
How Much Soil Do I Need for Raised Flower Beds and Shrub Borders?
Traditional garden beds & shrub borders - 1 Cubic Yard per 500 sq. ft.
Raised garden beds - Our Doc's Garden Bed Kit comes with all the Soil3 needed to fill your bed.
If you have your own raised garden bed, use our Soil3 Calculator to find out how much you need based on the depth. *More may be needed depending on exisiting soil type.
Spread over the entire bed and mix/till into the existing soil. Mixing Soil3
with the entire bed will provide better long-term results. It provides more water retention capability, more nutrients, and overall better plant health than regular soil and other bagged potting soil.
See more: Soil3 Humus Compost Benefits
How Much Potting Soil Do I Need for Container Gardening?
Container - 1 Cubic Foot per 6 gallons
Plant directly into Soil3
for your container gardens. Soil3 make the perfect growing medium as it increases the growth and health of your plants. Read more here: Container Gardening and Potting Soil
How Much Compost Do I Need to Aerate and Spread Across My Yard?
Aerating & spreading compost - 1 Cubic Yard per 1,000 sq. ft.
Add Soil3 to your preparation plan. Your plants will grow better, look better, and you will enjoy your lawn and garden much more when you start with Soil3.
Contact your Local Soil3 Dealer to Order