FLORISTIC ENUMERATION OF BALLARI FORT KARNATAKA
Asian Journal of Plant and Soil Sciences, Volume 6, Issue 1,
The Ballari fort is a rich Historical heritage site with rich plant diversity. A survey on the flora of Ballari fort was carried out from January 2020 to June 2021. Ballari fort lies between 15.15°N latitude 76.933°E longitude. And it is situated at 602 MSL. The forts have scrubby Vegetation which includes Herbs, Shrubs, Trees, and Climbers. In the present study, 115 plant species belonging to 98 genera and 39 families of Angiosperms were collected and recorded in which Herbs are the largest species widely distributed in and around the fort of Ballari.
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