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Ap
0-12/20
Dark brown (7.5YR3/4) and yellowish red (5YR5/6) loamy sand; weak fine and medium subangular blocky structure; friable, nonsticky, nonplastic; many very fine and fine roots; strongly acid (field pH 5.5); clear, wavy boundary.
Bt1
12/20-32
Yellowish red (5YR5/6) and strong brown (7.5YR5/6) very gravelly sandy clay loam; weak fine and medium subangular blocky structure; friable, sticky, plastic; patchy thin clay coatings on ped faces and around gravels; many very fine and few medium roots; gravels about 70% are rounded and subangular of mostly quartzite and sandstone, with diameter 0.5-5 cm and few laterite nodules; strongly acid (field pH 5.5); clear, smooth boundary.
Bt2
32-43/52
Litht gray (10YR7/2) very gravelly clay; many fine prominent red (2.5YR4/8) and many fine distinct strong brown (7.5YR5/8) mottles; weak coarse subangular blocky structure; very firm, sticky, plastic; patchy thin clay coatings on ped faces and around gravels; common very fine and few medium roots; gravels about 50-60% are rounded and subangular with diameter up to 5 cm, mostly quartzite and sandstone few lateritic nodules: medium acid (field pH 6.0); clear, wavy boundary.
Bt3
43/52-60/68
Strong brown (7.5YR5/6) clay; common fine and medium distinct brown (7.5YR5/2) and few fine prominent red (2.5YR4/8) mottles; moderate coarse subangular blocky structure; very firm, sticky, plastic; broken moderately thick clay coatings on ped faces; few very fine roots; few slickensides; few rounded and subangular gravels diameter from 5 to 10 cm; slightly acid (filed pH 6.5); clear, wavy boundary.
BC1
60/68-132
Brown (7.5YR5/4) slightly gravelly clay loam; few fine distinct pinkish gray (7.5YR6/2) mottles; clay mixed with weathered shale, sandstone and andesite; moderately alkaline (field pH 8.0); clear, smooth boundary.
BC2
132-180+
Dark brown (7.5YR4/2) clay loam mixed with weathering rock propbably andersite; moderately alkaline (field pH 8.0).