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SOIL MAP OF FLORIDA
BROWN TO RED
surface upland acid soils with red subsoils represented by Orangeburg,
Greenville, Red Bay and Magnolia soils.
GRAY TO BROWN surface upland acid soils with yellow to brownish red subsoils, repre-
sented by Norfolk, Marlboro, Tifton and Ruston soils.
GRAY TO REDDISH YELLOW upland acid soils with yellow to reddish yellow subsoils
represented by Lakeland, Kershaw and Eustis soils.
GRAY TO BROWN surface soils influenced by or underlain by phosphatic lime and cal-
careous materials, represented by Gainesville, Arredonda, Hernando,
Jonesville, Archer and related soils.
GRAY TO BLACK poorly drained acid soils over brown organic hardpan and light gray
subsoils, represented by Leon, Immokalee, Portsmouth, Rutledge,
Plummer and related soils.
GRAY TO BLACK imperfectly drained, acid soils over yellow sands, compact loam and
plastic clay, represented by Scranton, Ona, Blanton, Coxville, Bladen
and related soils.
GRAY TO BLACK imperfectly to poorly drained soils underlain with marl, lime or cal-
careous materials, represented by Parkwood, Bradenton, Delray,
Felda, Manatee, Charlotte and related soils.
GRAY TO DARK GRAY poorly drained marls, represented by Tucker, Ochopee, Flamin-
go, Hialeah, Perrine and other marls.
BLACK TO DARK BROWN organic soils, such as peats, mucks and peaty mucks.
LIGHT GRAY TO WHITE drought sands represented by St. Lucie and Lakewood sands.
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