FLORAL DIVERSITY IN THE WASTELAND OF RAMDASS VILLAGE; TEHSIL AJNALA, DISTRICT AMRITSAR, PUNJAB, INDIA
Ramdass is a famous village in Punjab due to entomb of Baba Budhaa Sahab ji. It is located in tehsil Ajnala district Amritsar, Punjab. Most of the land in Punjab is used in agriculture practice, while 07 % is wasteland. Even the district Amritsar and Ramdass has a waste land, in which herbs, shrubs and trees are growing. This study was undertaken to document the floral diversity in the waste land of Ramdass village, teshil Ajnala, district Amritsar, Punjab. The study shows that 70 are easily available in wasteland in the vicinity of Ramdass village, which are belong to 65 Genus and 37 families.
Keywords:Â Floral diversity in wasteland
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