How much rock should I use in my pond?

Rock Calculation for the POND
Length x Width ÷ 40 = Tons of boulders
***Using a 1:2:1 ratio***
For every (1 TON) of 6”-12” rock, Get (2 TON) of 12”-18” and (1 TON) of 18”-24”

Quantity of Boulders used in a STREAM
For Every 10’ of STREAM = (1 ½ TON) using 1:2:1 RATIO from above

Quantity of GRAVEL Used in the POND
Pond Gravel = 30% total tons of pond boulders

Quantity of GRAVEL Used in the STREAM
Stream Gravel = 30% total tons of STREAM Boulders

Small MicroPond/ D.I.Y. Rock Calculation for the POND
Length x Width ÷ 65 = Tons of boulders

Small MicroPond / D.I.Y. Quantity of Boulders used in a STREAM

For Every 10’ of STREAM = (½ TON) 6”-12” & (½ TON) 12”-18”

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