How to Grow, Sell, and Market Ginseng.
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The Perfect book for the novice ginseng grower as well as the seasoned ginseng grower.

by Scott Persons and Jeanine Davis







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Featuring photographs from Harding's Wild Mountain Herbs. This book is essential to the growers of medicinal herbs such as ginseng and goldenseal. Published in 2005 this book replaces Scott Persons book Green Gold. Packed with photos, tables, graphs, and tons of informative text on all aspects of Ginseng Cultivation and Growing this book is a must have.

This book is for the novice ginseng grower as well as the expert ginseng grower. It is a guide full of history, information and the medicinal uses from the past to the present. This book covers everything from growing ginseng to marketing ginseng. This book that discusses ginseng is technically correct and filled with current ginseng information that any grower or potential grower will be sure to enjoy.


"Practical advice for cultivating woodland botanicals for personal use, cash crops, landscape plants, or medicinals. Covers the history, production, uses, and marketing of fourteen forest herbs: American Ginseng, Bethroot, Black Cohosh, Bloodroot, Blue Cohosh, False Unicorn, Galax, Goldenseal, Mayapple, Pinkroot, Ramps, Spikenard, Wild Ginger, and Wild Indigo. Fully illustrated"--Provided by publisher.

Table Of Contents

Part 1 American Ginseng

Part 2 Grower's Manual

Part 3 The Grower's Tell Their Own Stories

Part 4 Ginseng Resources and References

Part 5 Goldenseal

Part 6 Ramps

Part 7 Other Forest Botanicals


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