Soil Site Reporter

Soil Series

7.11 KINGS NEWTON (Kt) (1010)


Definition
Major soil group: 07 surface-water gley soils Seasonally waterlogged slowly permeable soils, formed above 3 m 0.D. and prominently mottled above 40 cm depth. They have no relatively permeable material starting within and extending below 1 m of the surface.
Soil Group: 1 stagnogley soils With a distinct topsoil. They are found mainly in lowland Britain.
Soil Subgroup: 1 typical stagnogley soils (with ordinary clay enriched subsoil)
Soil Series: light loamy drift over clayey material passing to clay or soft mudstone
Brief Profile Description
In Soil Associations (with WRB classification of this series in each association)
0711g    WICKHAM 3 Ruptic Eutric Luvic Planosols
0572j    Bursledon Ruptic Eutric Luvic Stagnosols
0643a    Holidays Hill Ruptic Dystric Luvic Stagnosols
Surveyed profiles in LandIS
National Soil Inventory Sites: 8
Representative Profiles: 4
Auger Bores: 311
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