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Soil loss tolerance (T value) The term 'Soil loss tolerance (T value) ' as it applies to the area of agriculture can be defined as ' For a specific soil, the maximum average annual soil loss expressed as tons per acre per year that will permit current production levels to be maintained economically and indefinitely. T values range from 2 to 5 tons per acre per year. According to the 1992 national resources inventory, about 63 million acres of highly erodible cropland are still eroding at more than their T value, including 21 million acres that are still eroding at three times T'.
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