Ginseng, like most plants, can be attacked by pests, so a basic know-how about bugs that eat ginseng is mandatory. Click this article for information on ginseng insects and other pests, as well as tips on how to get rid of pests on ginseng plants.
Ginseng root can be sold for a good price, and it’s notoriously difficult to grow, so harvesting it in the wild is common. But American ginseng harvesting is controversial and regulated by law. Know the rules before you go ginseng hunting. Learn more here.
Whether grown in containers at home or planted en masse as a means of income, ginseng is highly prized. It is easy to imagine that growers may become quite alarmed when faced with sick ginseng plants. Learn about common diseases in this article.
With specific growing habitats, those growing their own ginseng must provide ideal conditions to harvest marketable roots. This may lead growers to think about ways in which they are able to best maximize their crop yields – fertilizer being one. Learn more here.
Ginseng is valued for its many useful properties. Wild ginseng is considered threatened in some states. If you have an ideal growing environment and plenty of patience, you may be able to grow your own ginseng. This article will help.