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PURCHASE LONG NEEDLE PINE STRAW & WHEAT STRAW ONLINE
Price reflects tax & delivery in Oconee & Pickens County, South Carolina.
Click on the Straw of your choice & you can choose the number of bales in increments of 10.

PRODUCT DETAILS:

Each Bale is approximately 24" Long x 12"x12".

Each Bale covers approximately 40 - 50 square feet @ 3" thick.

First time applications should be applied at 6" thick with annual renewal at 3" thick.

When calculating square feet needed, ensure a min 6" overlap of bed edges for your tuck & roll.

EXAMPLE:  Regular Long Leaf Pine Straw

Area 1:  50' x 100' = 5000sf

Area 2:  20' x (60'+.5' bed edge) = 1210sf

Area 3:  36' x (50'+.5' bed edge) = 1818sf

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Total Area SF = 8028sf

1st time application = 6" thick, each bale covers approx 20sf

8028sf/20sf = 402 bales, round up to the nearest 10 = 410 bales

Renewal application = 3" thick, each bundle covers approx 40sf

8028sf/40sf = 201 bales, round up to nearest 10 = 210 bales

EXAMPLE:  Xtra Long Leaf Pine Straw

Area 1:  50' x 100' = 5000sf

Area 2:  20' x (60'+.5' bed edge) = 1210sf

Area 3:  36' x (50'+.5' bed edge) = 1818sf

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Total Area SF = 8028sf

1st time application = 6" thick, each bale covers approx 25sf

8028sf/25sf = 322 bales, round up to the nearest 10 = 330 bales

Renewal application = 3" thick, each bundle covers approx 50sf

8028sf/50sf = 161 bales, round up to nearest 10 = 170 bales

We will always try to deliver as close to your desired location but please note:

* Delivery trucks will not leave the driveway. 

* We are not responsible for damage to your property.

* If our trucks get stuck, you are responsible for any towing charges. 

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