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The Huntington series consists of deep, well-drained soils that are on first bottoms along rivers and small creeks. The acreage is moderately large. Those soils along the Ohio River basin. Those along the creeks formed in sediment that washed mostly from soils of limestone origin.           

Representative profile:

Depth

Color

Texture

Structure

0 to 11 inches

dark brown

very friable silt loam

 

11 to 34 inches

brown

friable silt loam

 

34 to 48 inches

brown or grayish-brown

silt loam

few mottles in lower part

 

[Ashton] [Beasley] [Captina] [Corydon] [Crider] [Dickson] [Elk]

[Fairmount] [Huntington] [Lowell] [Lawrence] [Lindside] [Newark]

[Otway] [Robertsville] [Russellville] [Shelbyville] [Taft] [Woolper]

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