Bison Brown D. G. A Crushed Stone Fines Material, quarried in Central Arizona. This material evokes the sight of a dusty morning sunrise spreading warmth over the desert's horizon. Decomposed Granite and Crushed Stone Fines are not the same materials. Decomposed granite has a natural coarse look to it with irregular round quartz pebbles. Crushed stone products tend to be flatter and have a higher amount of fine material. Crushed stone products, granite, sandstone, limestone, and others offer a greater array of natural colors to work with than most true decomposed granite materials.
Decomposed Granite Per Ton As a general rule of 3/8" or 1/4" of crushed stone or decomposed granite material will cover a little over 90 square feet of a ground area at a 3" depth.
Decomposed Granite Per Yard As a general rule, 1 cubic yard of 3/8" or 1/4" of crushed stone or decomposed granite material will cover 120 square feet in a 3" inch layer. A cubic yard of moist crushed stone fines or decomposed granite material weighs more or less 3,000 pounds.
A proper DG surface does not move underfoot like sand or gravel, but its porosity allows water to penetrate to the soil below. That aspect makes DG or crushed stone fines a good paving material around trees and shrubs. The standard application process is to spread about 2" of DG or crushed stone fines, water it thoroughly then compact it with a water-filled sod roller, hand tamper or use a vibra plate it to settle. Then repeat the process with at least another 1" to 2" layer for extra depth for stability.
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