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MEDICINAL ·WEEDS IN BANANA ORCHARDS : A BOON FOR SMALL FARMERS OFCHHArrISGARH (INDIA)

P.Oudhia
Department of Agronomy, Indira Gandhi Agricultural University, Raipur -49200'. India

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267 - 268
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ARCC5085
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Abstract
A detailed ethnobotanical survey was conducted in whole Chhattisgarh region and identify the existing weed flora of banana orchards enlist medicinal, allelopathic and industrial potential of common weeds and search the possible markets for the useful weeds. The study revealed that more than 80 weeds, having well documented medicinal, allelopathic and industrial used infest the banana orchards in Chhattisgarh every year. Out of which 10 common weed had been found as medicinal uses to cure the human diseases.
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