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Typically, a roll of sod is 18" x 36". Two rolls of sod is about one square yard. One square yard of sod is about 9 square feet. Therefore, your roll of sod is approximately 4.5 square feet (you can also get that by multiplying 36" - 3 feet x 18" - 1.5 feet).
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2' x 4.5', 16"x81", or 2'x5'. The harvester regulates the width as it is fixed and varies between manufacturer but the length is regulated by the farmer or operator.
1 yard is 9 sq ft, so it would be 4950.
Typically a roll is 24" x 60" (10sqft)
500 sq ft In our area it 600 sq ft. Call your supplier to find out.
From the info I have from a sod supplier: each roll is 10sqft, there are 70 rolls on a pallet, so covers 700sqft
70 square yards
2 feet by 5 feet
At this point in time....in this current environment....hypothetically....a roll of sod might weigh 50 pounds...give or take 50 pounds. Paul Pinkerton Frederick MD
In order to determine how many rolls of sod you'd need, you will need to know the measurements for the area you're trying to cover. In most cases, 5 rolls of sod will cove…r up to 50 square feet of area.
It usually ends up being 450-500 sq ft. coverage with just one pallet
Tt depends on the amount of sod on the pallet. If it holds 50 yards, then 450 sf; if it 63 yards, then 567 sf.
400 square feet
Sod is not always available at Lowes and can't be purchased online. You'll need to visit a Lowe's store to see their current selection and prices.
It depends on the company you are ordering from. I am unsure what the average is. Most likely take the square feet that would fit on the pallet laying flat and then multiply i…t by the height.
You'll need 144/9 = 16 rolls