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Cubic I have a bed that is 18"x48"x11" how much soil will it hold?

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    I have 120 square feet of raised beds for gardening how much soil do I need to filtered 12 inches deep
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Hmmm... is this a real gardening question, or am I about to do your math homework? Your dimensions amount to 5.5 cubic feet or 0.2 cubic yards.

If you're planning to buy bagged topsoil, it's hard to say the number of bags because they are sold by weight, which depends on moisture content. You could start with about six 50 pound bags and see how it looks.

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