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Layer: Rice - Marginal Wet (ID: 5)

Name: Rice - Marginal Wet

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Description: Rice cropland on marginal wet soils within the Mississippi River Basin, minimum size - 1 acre. In this case a "wet soil" is a Gridded SSURGO mapunit where "pwsl1pomu" (Potential Wetland Landscape) is at least 60 or at least 50 and "drclassdcd" (Drainage Class - Dominant Condition) is poorly or very poorly drained. These mapunits represent those with the highest wetland potential based on these conservative criteria. Drainage class criteria were included to account for mapunit inconsistencies across county/state lines. A "marginal soil" is any area where the National Commodity Crop Productivity Index (Overall) value within a given field is less than 0.5. Minimum rice field size of 5 acres used as input. Derived from the intersection of "Rice on Marginal Soil" with "Rice on Wet Soil". CDL 2013/Gridded SSURGO 2014.

Copyright Text: The Conservation Fund, 2017. Point of Contact: Michael Schwartz | Email: | Phone: 304-876-2815

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