A: Thank you for your question. The grade nomenclature is not standardized within the industry. We call the Vigoro grade “V3” or medium vermiculite. There is a coarser grade, which is rarely available this year, and there is a fine grade that is typically used for industrial applications.
A: Thank you for your question. We have reached out to the manufacturer regarding your inquiry.
A: Thank you for your question. While we cannot speak for Vermiculite-A3, we do recommend referring to the product images on homedepot.com to better answer your question.
A: Not much- pretty light weight. About 5-6 lbs.
A: Very light, maybe 3 pounds
A: I do t know the exact weight. But it is light. And the material is soft and designed to absorb water. When dry it is quite light weight.
A: Thank you for your question. Vermiculite is calculated via cubic feet and it is 2 cubic feet. It weighs approximately 50 lbs.
A: Hi Amity. Thank you for your question. According to Vigoro Customer Service, the 2cu. ft. bag of Vigoro Vermiculite weighs just 11 lbs. Please let us know if we can be of further assistance. Rick_HD_OC
|Brand||Vigoro||Vigoro||Noble Worm Organics|
|Name||2 cu. ft. Organic Perlite Soil Amendment||2 cu. ft. Organic Vermiculite Soil Amendment||1 cu. ft. / 25 lb. Organic Worm Casting Soil|
|Soil Amendment Type||Perlite||Vermiculite||Worm Compost|
|Bag Capacity/Dry Volume (cu. ft.)||2 cu ft||2 cu ft||1 cu ft|
|View Product||View Product||View Product|