|Map Unit: 20 CHAZOS LOAMY FINE SAND, 1 TO 5 PERCENT SLOPES
Description Category: PHG
9A - SANDY UPLAND - Deep and very deep, sandy uplands with clayey or loamy subsoils within 40 inches; low natural fertility; low to medium water holding capacity with good plant-soil-moisture relationship; medium to high production potential.
Description Category: SOI
The chazos series consists of very deep, moderately well drained, slowly permeable, nearly level to moderately sloping soils on stream terraces. The soil formed in loamy and clayey sediments. Typically, the surface layer is dark brown and yellowish brown loamy fine sand about 15 inches thick. The upper part of the subsoil to 22 inches is red clay. 1'11e lower part to 65 inci ifs is yellowish, grayish and olive clay loam and sandy clay loam. Below 65 inches is reddish brown silty clay loam.