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Main Title Soil Associations and Land Classification for Irrigation, Sante Fe County.
Author Make, H. J. ; Folk, J. J. ; Anderso, J. U. ;
CORP Author New Mexico Agricultural Experiment Station, University Park.
Year Published 1971
Report Number RR-185; OWRR-B-015-NMEX; 08882,; B-015-NMEX(8)
Stock Number PB-209 760
Additional Subjects ( Soil surveys ; New Mexico) ; ( Irrigation ; New Mexico) ; Soil classification ; Agriculture ; Soil properties ; Investigations ; Maps ; Sante Fe County(New Mexico)
Library Call Number Additional Info Location Last
NTIS  PB-209 760 Some EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. 07/26/2022
Collation 43p
Information is presented on the suitability of soils in Sante Fe County, New Mexico for irrigation. The acreage, general location, and relative capability of the soils for use in irrigated agriculture are given. A general soil map and a detailed soil survey provided the information necessary for the classification for irrigation. The data were organized and presented on the basis of soil associations shown on the general soil map and on an irrigation land classification map. Santa Fe County has about 1,221,800 acres, of which about 43 percent were considered suitable for irrigation. Information is also provided on soil resources that can be used for preliminary planning for irrigated agriculture, forestry, range, urban, engineering, recreation, and wildlife uses. A general soil map and a classification of land for irrigation map are included. (Author)