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Using Google Earth to map and learn about the soils on your farm

 
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By know you will know that I love to use Google Earth to research and plan my homestead in Maine...and now we are under four feet of snow, there is no better time to be looking at the soils using Google Earth and free online soil data...

So here is the step-by-step guide on how you can use the data for your place: http://www.almostafarmer.com/using-google-earth-to-map-your-farm-soil/

I hope this is useful for your planing too.

Cheers

Gaz
 
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