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Table 2 Aboveground, belowground and total biomass (t ha− 1) in different land use systems across three altitudes

From: Biomass production and carbon stock inventory of high-altitude dry temperate land use systems in North Western Himalaya

  Aboveground biomass (t ha− 1) Belowground biomass (t ha− 1) Total biomass (t ha− 1)
A1
(1900–2170 m)
A2
(2170–2440 m)
A3
(2440–2710 m)
Mean A1
(1900–2170 m)
A2
(2170–2440 m)
A3
(2440–2710 m)
Mean A1
(1900–2170 m)
A2
(2170–2440 m)
A3
(2440–2710 m)
Mean
Agriculture 6.66 4.98 4.98 5.54 1.33 1.75 1.00 1.36 7.99 6.73 5.99 6.79
Horticulture 18.78 23.58 18.93 20.43 6.22 7.78 6.25 6.75 25.00 31.36 25.17 27.18
Agri-horticulture 26.05 18.73 21.67 22.15 8.59 6.29 7.15 7.34 34.64 25.02 27.89 29.18
Agri-horti-silviculture 85.49 59.79 36.18 60.49 23.08 15.68 10.04 16.27 108.60 75.48 46.21 76.75
Silvipasture 31.27 59.93 162.80 84.65 6.87 16.16 35.47 19.50 38.13 75.95 198.20 104.10
Barren land 5.38 8.94 1.87 5.40 2.70 4.47 0.95 2.71 8.08 13.41 2.82 8.10
Mean 28.94 29.33 41.06   8.13 8.69 10.14   37.01 37.99 51.05  
  SE(d) CD0.05 SE(d) CD0.05 SE(d) CD0.05
T 5.86 11.91 1.46 2.96 7.30 14.85
A 4.15 8.42 1.03 2.10 5.17 10.50
T × A 7.18 10.15 1.79 2.53 8.95 12.65