An ethnobotanical survey with respect to food plants showed that tribals depend much upon forest products for their various daily needs. Wild edible plants play a significant role in the sustenance of rural life in Melghat. The paper deals with documentation of 42 plant species belonging to 23 families consumed by the tribal and other locals of Melghat area, Dist. Amravati, Maharashtra, India. Plant name, Family, along with their part used, and method of preparation is discussed.
Prabha Y., Bhogaonkar; Marathe, Vishal R.; and Kshirsagar, Prachi P.
"Documentation of Wild Edible Plants of Melghat Forest, Dist. Amravati, Maharashtra State, India,"
Ethnobotanical Leaflets: Vol. 2010
, Article 5.
Available at: http://opensiuc.lib.siu.edu/ebl/vol2010/iss7/5