FODDER WEALTH IN SHAHADA TEHSIL OF NANDURBAR DISTRICT (M.S.)

  • S. K. TAYADE, K .N. KOLI AND N.K. ATHAWALE S. K. TAYADE, K .N. KOLI AND N.K. ATHAWALE POST –GRADUATE DEPARTMENT OF BOTANY, P.S.G.V.P.MANDAL’S ART’S, SCIENCE AND COMMERCE COLLEGE, SHAHADA-425409, DIST-NANDURBAR-INDIA. Corresponding author’s e-mail: athawaleniki@gmail.com

Abstract

Resource of fodder is always in great demand world over. The present investigation also paid attention on this line during ethnobotanical foray in the Shahada tehasil. The largest family of fodder species are viz, Fabaceae (08), Euphorbiaceae (07), Poaceae (05) Amaranthaceae (04), Verbenaceae (03), Convolvulaceae (03), Cucurbitaceae (03). The cultivated crops are regularly used as a feed for livestock, beside crop plant.

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Published
2014-03-01