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Listing 1 - 10 from 13 for coarse loams

Carya cordiformis (Wangenh
... percent or less, including combinations of fine to coarse loams and well-drained quartz sands. On slopes steeper than 25 percent, bitternut hickory grows on coarse loams. Inceptisols occupy about 15 percent of ... sloped topography, the hickories are found on fine loams with a fragipan. On steep slopes, they are more commonly found on coarse loams. These soils are moderate to high in nutrients ...
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Magnolia acuminata L
... . On steep slopes greater than 25 percent, cucumbertree grows on coarse loams. On gentle to moderate slopes it is found on fine loams. Here, water is readily available to plants during more than ... 25 percent, cucumbertree grows on fine to coarse loams, clays, and on well-drained quartz sands. On slopes up to 25 percent it is confined to coarse loams (28). The remaining soils on which ...
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Abies lasiocarpa (Hook
... sand and silt loams that developed primarily from basalt, andesite, and shale. Growth is poor on shallow and coarse-textured soils developed from granitic and schistic rock, conglomerates, and coarse sandstones, and on ...
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Libocedrus decurrens Torr
... vary from coarse sands to very fine clays. The best stands generally are found on deep, well-drained, sandy loam soils developed on granitic rocks and sandstone; deep clay loams developed on basalt and rhyolite; and occasionally on deep, coarse-textured, well-drained soils developed from pumice. In California, ...
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PinusieffreyiGrev
... of parent material. Most of the usual soils that carry Jeffrey pine are coarse or gravelly sandy loams or loamy coarse sands that often merge with rocklands. Where these soils are of recent ... m (170 to 200 ft) tall were typical of the species' best growth on deep, coarse-textured and well-drained soils (28,45,52). Stands of similar description may still be ...
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Pinus resinosa Ait
... or calcareous soils. Although it can grow well on silt loams, red pine grows only sporadically on heavier soils, probably because ... system is more extensive on loamy sands than on fine sandy loams. The lateral roots radiate in an irregular oval shape from ... restricted if soil drainage is poor. Hardpan, gley near the surface, coarse compacted soils, and those with bulk densities exceeding 1.40 g/ ...
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Pinus strobus L
... alluvial material). The soils are generally well drained and have a coarse loamy to a fine loamy texture. Soils within the range ... effectively and economically (40,47). On medium-textured soils (sandy loams), it will outproduce most other native commercial species in both volume ... the tree a firm anchor under most conditions. In deep, coarse-textured soils, sinker roots that branch from the laterals ...
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Tsuga canadensis (L
... Lake States the species grows on upland sandy loams, loamy sands, and silt loams, often with an abundance of ground or coarse rocky material throughout the upper profile deposited from glacial or fluvial material. In Canada and the northeastern States the soils under eastern hemlock tend to be shallow loams and silt loams ...
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Acer pensylvanicum L
... moisture and texture influence the local distribution of striped maple. It is common on sandy loams that are moist and well drained (23,42). A study of local distribution in western ... survives suppression rather than increasing its numbers. The first leaves of sprouts are small, with coarse serrations, and are unlobed. Sprouting begins relatively soon after a tree dies. Sprouts appeared around ...
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Fraxinus pennsylvanica Marsh
... when planted on moist upland soils. It thrives when planted on medium- to coarse-textured upland sands and loams from North Dakota to Texas where soils had good moisture and neutral to ... conducted in Georgia (6). Four sites included in the study ranged from well-drained sandy loams on levees or terraces to poorly drained, wet, silty flats. Green ash was the dominant ...
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