# How much does potting soil weigh?

**soil**from a garden can

**weigh**12 pounds per 1 gallon. Add water, which

**weighs**8.3 pounds per gallon at room temperature, and a large container can become an immovable object. Soilless

**potting**mixtures, depending on their composition, can

**weigh**a few ounces to 1 pound per gallon.

Just so, how much does potting mix weigh?

Based on my research on **potting soil**, each quart weights approximately 0.875 pounds; thus, 10 pounds means roughly 11.43 quarts. 10 Quarts equals 9.4 Liters. There are about 25 and 3/4 dry quarts in a cubic foot. A 20 dry quarts package of **potting soil** is approximately 3/4 of a cubic foot.

Also, how much does 2 cubic feet of potting soil weigh? 40.14 LBS

In respect to this, how much does a bag of soil weigh?

A cubic foot of **soil weighs** between 74 and 110 pounds, depending on the type of **soil** and how moist it is. Dry, loose **dirt weighs** about 76 pounds per cubic foot, while moist, loose **dirt weighs** 78 pounds per cubic foot.

How heavy is 1.5 cubic feet soil?

One **cubic** yard of **topsoil weighs** approximately 1,080 pounds. The estimate is based on the **cubic** yard calculation. One **cubic foot of topsoil weighs** around 40 pounds. The exact **weight** will depend on various conditions.