Originally Posted by Buehler445
Most of the soil around is silt loam, but it is pretty alkali. I guess it probably isn't terrible, but the yellow dirt is kind of shallow.
I looked on our mapshots program and it is Bridgeport loam.
I may be overstating things. Compared to the dirt out of the valley, this dirt isn't all that good. But most of the dirt in the county is very good dirt. I'm not all that worried about it. Mom has had a garden down here for years, and she makes it work.
Are you thinking the dirt is going to be iron deficient?
without knowing what any of that means i would assume after running hogs on it that long it would be calcium deficient and high in nitrogen.