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Table 4 Measurement of chemical properties in six different soil samples from the three banana farms

From: Deciphering microbial diversity associated with Fusarium wilt-diseased and disease-free banana rhizosphere soil

Sample pH TON(mg·kg−1) TOC (mg·kg−1) AP (mg·kg−1) AK(mg·kg−1)
HB 5.40 ± 0.06d 1480.76 ± 28.83b 39.45 ± 1.99b 18.18 ± 2.90e 2029.97 ± 19.56d
HJ 5.79 ± 0.06c 1324.64 ± 23.18d 35.41 ± 2.71c 81.64 ± 1.01b 1602.63 ± 29.16c
NB 5.22 ± 0.07e 1831.68 ± 36.95a 43.15 ± 1.45a 52.11 ± 7.74d 2490.59 ± 74.06b
NJ 6.07 ± 0.11a 931.21 ± 25.57f 26.57 ± 1.09d 114.71 ± 5.90a 2143.54 ± 51.53e
XB 5.40 ± 0.05d 1413.33 ± 38.60c 42.05 ± 0.50ab 65.28 ± 5.04c 2847.69 ± 72.78a
XJ 5.95 ± 0.05b 1136.72 ± 2.76e 34.48 ± 0.93c 113.52 ± 5.44a 1628.67 ± 59.74e
  1. Note: HB, NB, HJ, NJ, XJ and XB were described in Fig. 1. Values represent means followed by a standard error. Each experiment was repeated for three times. The letter in the column represents a significant difference (Tukey HSD test, p < 0.05)