Vineyard

Vineyard Soils

  1. Goodin – Moderately deep, well drained soil made up of weathered sedimentary rock and a “clayey” subsoil. – PN
  2. Willakenzie – Moderately deep, well drained soil made up of weathered sedimentary rock similar to Goodin. – PN
  3. Bellpine – Reddish, clayey, well drained soils that formed over sedimentary rocks. Reddish color comes from oxidized iron. Subsoil rich in clay. Moderate vine vigor. – PN
  4. Steiwer – Moderately deep, well drained soils from alluvial sedimentary rocks – brownish gray to yellowish brown. Subsoil is clay loam. – PN
  5. Chehulpum – Shallow, well drained soils from weathered sedimentary bedrock. Located on low hills. Very similar to Steiwer and Hazelair – low vigor. – PN
  6. Hazelaier – Moderate to somewhat poorly drained soil silty clay loam over clay soils - yellowish brown to olive yellow with gray. - RI 7
  7. Wellsdale – deep to very deep, moderately well drained soils from weathered sedimentary rock. Low foothills and some ridge tops. Moderately high water holding capacity. Loamy subsoil. Vigor is moderate to moderately high. Artificial drainage. - PN
  8. Helmick – Similar to Hazelair except deeper. - PN
  9. Dupee – Moderately well drained, deep with clayey subsoil. When artificially drained they are similar to Goodin soil. - PN
  10. Carlton – Moderately well drained soils with mixed alluvial and colluvium. On terraces and footslopes and sloping. More acidic soil Vigor is medium to high. - RI, PG
  11. Melbourne – Very deep well drained soils from weathered sedimentary bedrock. Similar to Jory soils but may have higher natural fertility than Jory. - PN
  12. Sitton – Well drained loamy soils that are deep weathered sedimentary rocks. Similar to Willakenzie but more vigor.
  13. Panther - Deep, poorly drained soils formed in weathered sedimentary rock. In swales and concave slopes. These soils are not planted.
  14. Gelderman – Moderately deep, weathered Columbia River Basalt. Very deep rooting. Medium vine vigor. - PG
  15.  Yamhill – Well drained with thick surface layers and moderately deep. Similar to Gelderman and Nekia. - PG, PN
  16. Jory – Very deep, well drained soils from weathered basalt and alluvial sedimentary and ingenious bedrock. Medium to high vigor. - PG
  17. Ritner – Stony soils that are moderately deep to a hard basalt. Requires rock removal. – PN
  18. Witzel – Shallow to hard basalt. Well drained and rocky. - PN
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