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  1. Vol. 33 No. 1, p. 125-128
     
    Received: Apr 12, 1968
    Published: Jan, 1969


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doi:10.2136/sssaj1969.03615995003300010033x

Noteworthy Features of Uruguayan Soils1

  1. Frederick R. Troeh2

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Uruguay has an undulating landscape dominated by Pradera (Prairie) soils with thick, black, fertile A horizons. These soils have strong textural profiles but are only moderately deep (about 80 cm average), have high base saturations, and generally have Cca horizons. There is a typical soil catena that includes the Pradera soils along with Grumosoles and Plano-soles. This catena occurs on a variety of parent materials in various parts of Uruguay.

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