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Table 4 Main effects of sub-watersheds, landscape positions, land-use types, and soil depths on selected soil chemical properties

From: Effects of sustainable land management interventions on selected soil properties in Geda watershed, central highlands of Ethiopia

Sub-watershed (SW)
Landscape position
Land use
Soil depth
 0–15 cm0.047b6.33a0.102a10.15a0.56a0.85a
 15–30 cm0.062a6.07b0.068b7.20b0.42b0.56b
  1. Interaction means under each heading within columns followed by different letter(s) are significantly different from each other at P ≤ 0.05; *significant at P ≤ 0.05; **significant at P ≤ 0.01; ***significant at P ≤ 0.001; ns non-significant, EC electrical conductivity (dS m−1), pH soil reaction (pH meter), TN total nitrogen, Av.P available phosphorus (PPM), Ex.K exchangeable potassium (%), OC organic carbon (%)