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Ethno-botanical exploration of wild edible plants used by tribal’s of Narsinghpur district, Madhya Pradesh


Present study reported 53 species of wild edible plants used by tribes of Narsinghpur district, Madhya Pradesh. These plants are highly nutritious and provide rural households with supplemental income opportunities. Domestication and value addition of such less known edible plant resources have suggested.


Exploration, Ethno-Botanical Plants, Tribes, Ethnic Uses.



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