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Soil in Nevada

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It is not really the southwest but it is the closest option.  Does anyone know what the soil is like in the north eastern part of Nevada?  especially as you get 2 meters and more below...
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Hey Tom, the USDA web soil survey will likely have that information. The website is here:

If you click and zoom in to the area you want to research, then click the AOI button and drag a square/rectangle on the map creating your area of interest, you can then click the tabs such as soil data. I love this website, it contains tons of information such as the soil horizon (layers) types and depth, depths to obstructions like bedrock, water infiltration rates, and more. Hope this helps you out!
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