The evergreen kokum tree found along the west coast of India is known not only for its beauty but also for its use as a condiment. Its economic and ecological potential make it ideally suited to the restoration of natural forests.
KeywordsWestern Ghat Bonnet Monkey Fruit Rind Kannada District Coastal Hill
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