Ethnobotany and Ethnomedicinal Uses, Chromosomal Status and Natural Propagation of Some Plants of Lahaul-Spiti and Adjoining Hills
(a) Spiny branches of Rosa webbiana wrapped around the stem of Salix tree as a biofence. (b) A broom made of twigs of Rosa webbiana to remove stones and debris from road. (c) An old person carrying a bundle of young twigs of Indigofera gerardiana on his back to be used as a fodder and fuel. (d) Timber of some species used in house construction (arrowed).
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