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Wagram Series

In a typical profile, the surface layer is loamy sand about 25 inches thick. It is grayish brown in the upper part and is light yellowish brown in the lower part.

ne Zo ne 3 (Middle Rocky Mountains) • WY06: Typic ...

ne Zone 3 (Middle Rocky Mountains) • WY06: Typic Haplocryalfs, Typic Dystrocryepts and Typic Haplocryolls—loamy-skeletal and Histic Cryaquepts, fine-loamy over sandy or sandy-skeletal.

Appendix J: Soil Associations

Appendix J: Soil Associations 399 Appendix J: Soils Associations Port Louisa NWR Big Timber Division Fruitfield - Elrick - Toolesboro - nearly level and very gently sloping, excessively drained, well drained and poorly drained, loamy and sandy soils that formed in alluvium on bottomland.

Ocilla Series

Representative profile of Ocilla loamy fine sand, 0 to 4 percent slopes, one-third mile south of Hanrahan, 660 feet west of Seaboard Coastline Railroad, 20 feet west of a field path, and 42 feet southwest of telephone pole No. 602: Ap-0 to 8 inches, dark-gray (10YR 4/1) loamy fine sand; weak fine ...

on Norfolk Loamy Sand

Grain Sorghum Response to Slit-Tillage on Norfolk Loamy Sand D. L. Karlen,* J. H. Edwards, W. J. Busscher, and D.W. Reeves Slit-tillage may provide a long-term, less energy-intensive method for disrupting dense, root-restrictive soil layers in many Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain soils.

Soil Regions of Wisconsin

Soils of northern and eastern Wisconsin Region E. Forested, red, sandy, loamy soils. Uplands are covered by soils that have loamy surfaces over calcareous silt loam or loam till (Onaway, Emmet, Solona, Tilleda).

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE NATURAL RESOURCES ...

TECHNICAL GUIDE SECTION II Loamy Steep 44A-B USDA-NRCS-MT December 2009 1 UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION SERVICE ECOLOGICAL SITE DESCRIPTION ECOLOGICAL SITE CHARACTERISTICS Site Type: Rangeland Site ID: R044AB040MT Site Name: Loamy Steep Major Land ...

United States Department of Agriculture

R054 XY041ND Section II - FOTG Loamy Terrace Ecological Site Description Page 1 of 16 United States Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service Ecological Site Description Site Name : Loamy Terrace Site Type: Rangeland Site ID: R054XY041ND Major Land Resource Area: 54 ...

Soil Survey of Calhoun County, South Carolina

DoB—Dothan loamy sand, 2 to 6 percent slopes This gently sloping, well drained soil is on side slopes along drainageways of the Coastal Plain.

United States Department of Agriculture Page 1 of 2 Natural ...

... AsA | Askecksy |Askecksy loamy sand, 0 to 2 percent slopes | | 1 | | AtA | Askecksy |Askecksy-Urban land complex, 0 to 2 percent slopes | | 3 | | BhA | Berryland |Berryland mucky loamy sand, 0 to 2 percent slopes | | 2 | | CdA ...