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This is in direct opposition to the methods of orthodox or conventional 42 RODNEY J. S. Department of Agriculture (1960), certain diagnostic horizons are considered more important than others; a case in point is the use of the mollic epipedon at the “Order” level to separate the Mollisol soil order from other orders, irrespective of the nature of the subsoil horizons to a large degree, whereas most of the other orders are separated on the basis of the nature of subsoil horizons. Decision such as the one cited are based on intuition or human judgment, both of which are fallible.
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Advances in Agronomy, Vol. 28 by N.C. Brady (Ed.)