shrug-l: Soils with Site Index

Christopher Moore moorechr at
Tue Jan 14 16:22:25 EST 2014

Having used it in the past, I remember having to get the access template for your county and the tables and shapefiles, then joining several tables together using the template to get what you need. The help docs are crucial to figure it out. 

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> On Jan 14, 2014, at 4:14 PM, "Scott Warner" <swarner at> wrote:
> Does anyone know where I might find soil data that contains “site index” information within the data?  Looking for Gulf County soil data, and all I can find is USDA’s SSURGO data which unless I am overlooking it doesn’t have anything about site index values/information about each of the soil types.
> I really don’t know much about soil, but I do recall listening to a presentation at a conference that referred to two soil datasets that exist out there and all I can think of was the SSURGO dataset.
> Anybody out there come across such a dataset that might contains site index information?
> Thanks in advance,
> Scott
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