Beaver Dam
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Soil Data (2012)
Plot 1Plot 2Plot 3Plot 4Plot 5Plot 6Plot 7Plot 8 Average*
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pH4.85.85.75.75.65.46.47.2 5.8
Buffer pH6.16.66.66.66.76.46.9 5.7
Organic %60.216.326.734.46.623.84.53.4 22
Cation Exchange Capacity (meq/100g)22.317.218.220.812.221.89.618.4 17.6
Saturation - Ca39.250.952.155.349.145.860.158.5 51.4
Saturation - H48.427.926.323.129.433.012.5 25.1
Saturation - K0.70.90.80.84.40.61.71.2 1.4
Saturation - Mg11.820.320.820.817.020.625.740.3 22.2
ppm - B0.50.90.61.10.91.40.50.4 0.8
ppm - Ca17501750190023001200200011502150 1775
ppm - Cu0.81.41.21.31.71.61.02.1 1.4
ppm - Fe132705989581461638 76
ppm - K59595762211556387 81.6 Legend
ppm - Mg315420455520250540295890 460.6 Very High
ppm - Mn1612221461224639 29 High
ppm - P (available)135115226512103 23.9 Medium
ppm - S7064182816671122 37 Low
ppm - Zn14.28.49.410.320.213.59.28.0 11.7 Very Low
* significant digits are not considered when calculating averages
Soil analysis and categorization courtesy of A&L Great Lakes Laboratories.
Categorization is calculated through cation saturation instead of simple ppm for K, Mg and Ca.

 
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