Ethno Veterinary Medicinal Plants and Practices in Honnavar Taluk, North Kanara District of Karnataka.
Ethno veterinary practices in the Western Ghats region of Honnavar in North Kanara district are being documented. Field exploration was undertaken to record the plant diversity associated with such practices. Altogether 21 plant species belonging to 20 families were recorded and different parts of plant such as bark, root, leaf, fruit and entire plant have been used.
Keywords: Ethno veterinary, Traditional healers, Western Ghats, Livestock.
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