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Soil moisture levels are divided into 5 categories:
Wet. Soggy or marshy most of the year.
Moderately wet. Excessively wet in winter, spring and after heavy rain but often dries in summer.
Medium. A well-balanced supply of moisture. Moisture is generally replaced at the rate at which it is used.
Moderately dry. Water is removed from soil readily but not rapidly.
Dry. Excessively drained.