Representative Soil of
Victory Soil Profile
|Victory soils are on the summits and side slopes of
volcanic hills and mountains. They are used mainly as rangeland and pasture. Small areas
have been subdivided for residential development.
Victory soils formed in material weathered from extrusive igneous bedrock of mixed origin. These soils have low or medium fertility and are slightly acid or neutral throughout the profile. They are unsuited to cultivated crops.
The word Victory was derived from a local estate, Mount Victory near Annaly.
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