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Does anyone know of a quick online link that would reference the root depth for different plants?
 
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Google search for root development vegetable crops. You should end up at soilandhealth.com. This should help you
 
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John E. Weaver wrote two books on the subject in the 1920's.

Root Development of Vegetable Crops
and
Root Development of Field Crops

They are both in the public domain, and a free download from the 2 links above.
 
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Thank you.
 
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