- Click on any table row to see that soils RYE data.


The North Carolina Realistic Yield Expectation (RYE) Mapping page relies heavily on extensive data gathering and review process conducted by NC State University, the Natural Resource Conservation Service, the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, and the North Carolina Division of Soil and Water Conservation. Further Details

To get started, either use the search box or zoom into an area until you see the green lines denoting soil polygons and orange lines denoting land parcels. You may then click inside a land parcel or right click inside a soil polygon to see the RYE.

If you clicked on a land parcel, you will see a summary of each soil type in a table and the soil polygons that make up the parcel. From the table you can click on a soil type to display it's associated RYE data. Note that all acreage is approximate as, the soil polygons are only considered accurate to 1/10th of an acre. The RYE table will appear to the right of the map.

Thanks to SoilWeb at UC Davis and NRCS!
The original RYE tool is also still available!