RANGE SITE
Range sites describe the climate, soil and moisture regime of the pasture. A range site is an ecological subdivision used for the classification of pasture for the purpose of determining carrying capacity. On the sample sheet the Range Site is "SY". "SY" means Sandy Range Site.

Abbreviations:
BD = Badland
BO = Burnout
BO/SA = BO/saline upland
BO/W = Burnout/waste
C = Clayey
C/BO = Clayey/burnout
C/L = Clayey/loamy
C/SA = Clayey/saline upland
C/TH = Clayey/thin
CA = Limy
CD = Closed depression
DS = Dune sands
G = Gravelly
G/SD = Gravelly/sands
G/SY = Gravelly/sandy
G/TH = Gravelly/thin
KG/20 = Cultivated grass-20 years
L = Loamy
L/BO = Loamy/burnout
L/G = Loamy/gravelly
L/SA = Loamy/saline upland
L/SD = Loamy/sands
L/SG = Loamy/shallow to gravel
L/SY = Loamy/sandy
L/TH = Loamy/thin
SAL = Saline lowland
SAU = Saline upland
SAU/W = Saline upland/waste
SD = Sands
SD/DS = Sands/dune sand
SD/SA = Sands/saline upland
SD/TH = Sands/thin
SG = Shallow to gravel
SG/SD = Shallow to gravel/sands
SY = Sandy
SY/SA = Sandy/saline upland
SY/SD = Sandy/sands
SY/TH = Sandy/thin
TH = Thin
TH/TX = Thin/topography limitation
WET1 = Wetland 1
WET2 = Wetland 2
WET3 = Wetland 3



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