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In some sodic soils which have a structureless and loose A horizon, the upper layer is washed away. In such a case, the exposed compact layers of the B horizon form bare spots, known in North America as slick spots. Horizon B of sodic soils has generally a columnar structure. Some of such soil prisms have flat tops while others are cap-shaped. The B horizon in sodic soils may be up to 1 m deep and consist of several layers of prisms. Sodic soils are not uniform, and five soil groups were defined by Kovda (1935).
1), an attempt was made to unite the plant-salt relationships into one scheme and to put more stress on salt-resistance mechanisms and on internal rather than on external salt relationships. 5. S. Salinity Laboratory, Riverside, California, for agricultural crops (Richards, 1954). According to our experience, this limit of salinity fits well the distribution limits and behavior of most native halophytes. , for sulfate halophytes or for alkaline halophytes. In many cases, plants may possess more than one mechanism for salt resistance and thus belong to more than one group.
Such distinction was based on salt, carbonate, and gypsum content, on content of organic matter, and on location of the lime horizon in the profile. Continuation of the leaching processes of sodic soils turns the surface layers eventually into a light gray acid horizon and the soil is named solod. This is the last stage in the genetic series of halogenic soils out of which the soluble salts and adsorbed sodium were exchanged and washed away. A solod soil profile very much resembles soils of the podsol type, but differs from them in the state in which its silicates are precipitated.