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Apache Brown D. G. 3/8" Minus Truck Load
Apache Brown D. G. 3/8" Minus
Apache Brown D. G. 3/8" Minus

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$34.99 will be added for each palletized or bagged material
Price Per Ton $131.99 Arizona & Nevada quarries, low local rates
Inflation Fighter Sale $71.99
Savings: $60.00
Material Type: Crushed Rhyolite rock
Level Of Experience Required: No experience needed for excellent results.
Typical Time Required: One day or less for most projects. Figure 3 Man Hours per ton for a finished project.
Equipment Needed: Contractor grade wheelbarrow, sod roller, hand tools, garden hose
Additional Materials Needed: Weed control fabric, wood, steel or plastic edging
(Minimum order):  12

Quantity in Stock:250

Availability:: Usually Ships in 24 to 48 Hours
Product Code: DG104X038MTRK

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Apache Brown D. G. 3/8" Minus Prices Per Ton
12 Tons per shipment required for this price. We offer a Split Load Option from this quarry .1 Ton - 2,000 lbs
Apache Brown D.G. is a crushed granite rock fine from the Central Arizona quarry. It is available in 1/4" minus size.

Apache Brown is a very light brown earth tone crushed granite D.G., which is approximately 80% fine and 20% rock. It is rounded and sand-like.
Apache Brown D.G. is very effective for pathways, planter beds, patio, and utility areas. One ton of this material will cover approximately 80 sq ft at 3-inches deep. One cubic yard of this material will cover 110 sq ft at 3-inches deep. This material is sold with and without stabilizers.
This product is shipped in bulk and super sacks wherever requested in the USA.


This material mixes very well with dry soluble and liquid stabilizer products. Apache Brown D.G. should be mixed with 10-12 pounds of dry stabilizer with 1 ton of the D.G. for the best results.

Whether for driveways, pathways, patios, utility landscape areas or to surround shrubs and trees, crushed stone fines, decomposed granite, and gravel are very versatile materials that are the more effective ground cover and longer-lasting than nearly all wood mulches and makes an outdoor space more appealing.

Low Water or Drought Tolerant Landscaping is called Xeriscaping. This is a landscaping approach that focuses on the proper selection of landscape elements and the efficient use of water. It encourages careful landscape planning and the use of sensible landscape design techniques. Xeriscaping can dramatically reduce landscape water use by 50% to 75%. This can be achieved by adopting various water conservation techniques such as planting drought-tolerant plants, using permeable pavers and mulches, installing efficient irrigation systems, and reducing the turf area. Installing landscaping rocks on specific areas in the landscape will also help you save water and reduce maintenance costs. We can design you a very beautiful landscape using exciting flowering plants and shade trees, low water-efficient irrigation with decorative gravel, rock, stones, cobbles, and boulders, and any other features you desire. You or your landscape installation expert will have an installation plan, material list, and plant list for quick action.

When ordering use the Purchase Order function at checkout and enter ROCK as your payment method.
This will allow you to create an order for a firm transportation quote without having to pay for it at this time. While we have posted transport rates, in many circumstances, we are able to ship the order to you for less. You will be given a firm cost on the whole order within a few minutes to a few hours.
Product Specifications and Uses
This product is effectively used in pathways, walkways, driveways, planter-beds, landscape ground cover, utility areas

One Ton of Decomposed Granite, Decorative Gravel or Rock Covers:
240 square feet. 1" deep. This is too shallow.
120 square feet. 2" deep. Thins out over short amount of time.
100 square feet. 2-1/2" deep. Very good coverage.
80 square feet . 3" deep. Ideal long term coverage.
60 square feet . 4" deep. Best for materials of 2" or larger.

One Square Yard of Decomposed Granite, Decorative Gravel or Rock Covers:
300 square feet. 1" deep. This is too shallow.
150 square feet - 2" deep. Thins out over short amount of time.
125 square feet - 2-1/2" deep. Very good coverage.
100 square feet - 3" deep. Ideal long term coverage.
75 square feet - 4" deep. Best for materials of 2" or larger.

The square foot coverage per ton of gravel will vary slightly with the surface and designs of the project, waste etc. will affect area coverage. The information is based on average ton and cubic yard amounts. This decorative building stone has naturally occurring colors and shade variations. These are what gives this stone the natural beauty and uniqueness that causes its appeal. Color tones change can sometimes occur with aging or maintenance practices of the location it is installed at therefore exact matching of existing stone may not always occur. During processing or transportation dust will adhere to the rocks and change its appearance on arrival but we guarantee all stone to be true to the specific brand name, type and size ordered or complete exchange including transportation costs will be made.

After installation is completed the rock should be rinsed off to show the natural beauty and character.

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