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INDIGENOUS TRADITIONAL KNOWLEDGE OF WILD EDIBLE NTFPS PLANT IN ARJUNI MOR TEHSIL OF GONDIA DISTRICT (MS), INDIA
International Journal of Researches in Biosciences and Agriculture Technology
A study was undertaken to assess Indigenous traditional knowledge (ITK) of non-timber forest products (NTFPS) used as edible purpose in selected sites of Arjuni Mor tehsil of Gondia District, Maharashtra. In view of this, the present work was undertaken which documents as many as 60 plant species belonging to 55 genera and 41families. Survey of wild edible plants has been carried out in 10 villages of Arjuni Mor tehsil of Gondia district, Maharashtra, India. The study showed that the plantsdoi:10.29369/ijrbat.2018.03.i.0006 fatcat:4zj624miyrcapcr6mvuhfjgr7y