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Farmland of Local Importance

Farmland of Local Importance

 

Farmland of local importance includes those soils that are not prime or statewide importance and are used for the production of high value food, fiber or horticultural crops.

Atlantic County

Evesboro

Sand, 0-5% slopes (EvB)

Burlington County

Colemantown (drained)

Loam (Cm)

Keansburg (drained)

Fine sandy loam (Ka)

Camden County

Lakeland

Fine sand, firm substratum, 0-5% slopes (LcB)

Sand, 0-5% slopes (LdA)

Sand, water table, 0-2% slopes (LeA)

Cape May County

Evesboro

Sand, 0-5% slopes (EvB)

Gloucester County

Aura-Sassafras

Sandy loams, 5-10% slopes, severely eroded (AuC3)

Freehold

Sandy loam, 10-15% slopes, severely eroded (FoD3)

Soils, 10-15% slopes (FsD)

Keyport

Sandy loam, 5-10% slopes, severely eroded (KpC3)

Lakeland

Sand, 0-10% slopes (LdB)

Made Land

Coarse materials (Mc)

Fine materials (Mf)

Marlton

Sandy loam, 5-10% slopes, severely eroded (MrC3)

Westphalia

Soils, 10-15% slopes (WhD)

Mercer County

Birdsboro

Soils, gravelly solum variant, 0-5% slopes (BoB)

Doylestown

Silt loam and Reaville silt loam, wet variant, 0-2% slopes (DgA)

Silt loam and Reaville silt loam, wet variant, 2-6% slopes (DgB)

Evesboro

Loamy sand, 0-5% slopes (EvB)

Klikesville

Shaly loam, 6-12% slopes (KsC)

Middlesex County

Rowland

Silt loam (RO)

Morris County

Parsippany (drained)

Silt loam (Ph)

Silt Loam, sandy loam substratum (Pk)

Ocean County

Evesboro

Sand, 0-5% SLOPES (EvB)

Lakehurst

Sand, 0-3% slopes (LhA)

Sand, clayey substratum, 0-3% slopes (LmA)

Lakewood

Sand, 0-5% slopes (LwB)

Sand, 5-10% slopes (LwC)

Woodmansie

Sand, 0-5% slopes (WoB)

Sabd, 5-10% slopes (WoC)

Somerset County

Rowland

Silt loam (Ro)

Klinesville

Shaly loam, 2-12% slopes (KlC)