# How many bales of pine straw equal a yard of mulch?

Asked By: Satpal Poo | Last Updated: 13th May, 2020

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**mulch**to a depth of 1 1/2 inches, use about 7 square feet of wood**mulch**, or cover about 200 to 220 square feet with a cubic**yard**. A bale of**pine straw**covers between 50 and 70 square feet, while a bale of wheat**straw**covers between 200 and 300 square feet.Also asked, how much does a bale of pine straw cover?

COVERAGE GUIDELINES:1 **bale** covers an area approximately 50-45 square feet to a recomended depth of 3 inches. How deep should a **pine straw** application be?

Likewise, how many bales are in a roll of pine straw? Product Overview Each roll is equal to **2.25** of the traditional square bales and is net wrapped to prevent the loss of material.

Beside this, how do you calculate bales of pine straw?

- Length in Feet*
- Width in Feet*
- Total Sq Feet. Note: this will autocomplete after you enter length and width.
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- Estimated Total Bales. Our bales cover approx 55 sq ft.

How much does pine straw cost?

Your first application of **pine straw** should be a depth of 3 inches. At $4 per bale, you'll spend $71 on the initial application of **pine needles** to cover 500 square feet of your property. Each subsequent application of **pine straw** should be 2 inches deep will and **cost** $48.