New England Soil Profiles

Scarboro Series

Scarboro soils are very poorly drained soils formed in glacial fluvial deposits. This soil has the following morphology:

0-6 in Oe horizon.
6-9 in A horiozon, black, mucky loamy sand.
9-25 in Cg horizon, gray sand (water table at 25 inches when described).

Photo: Jim Turenne location: Town of Mattapoisett Massachusetts.

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Scarboro Map Unit Description

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