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Texture		Drained		f		Ksat	 Class			Vol@30 cm		0-30 cm		 			(cm)			(cm/cm)	(cm/hr)

Texture Drained f Ksat Class Vol@30 cm 0-30 cm (cm) (cm/cm) (cm/hr)

Values from ROSETTA Class Averages http://www.ussl.ars.usda.gov/models/rosetta/clssaval.htm. Texture Drained f Ksat Class Vol@30 cm 0-30 cm (cm) (cm/cm) (cm/hr) Clay 0.317 0.0106 0.615 C Loam 0.413 0.0138 0.341 Loam 0.248 0.0083 0.502

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