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The study was conducted in three Forest Divisions i.e. Solan, Nahan and Rajgarh of Himachal Pradesh, India to determine the impact of controlled burning on the diversity of shrubs and herbs in chir pine forests. A total 2.00 ha was selected for study on each site. The controlled burning was conducted in 1.5 ha (B1) during January 2017 and 1.0 ha (B2) in January 2018. A 0.50 ha was designated for control treatments on each site. The field observations of phytosociology were recorded duringdoi:10.15666/aeer/2002_16571675 fatcat:jyuu5tk3zvhhxhoxjrlb3fjttq