No, I have not planted Goldenseal seeds mixed in with my ginseng seeds.
I will transplant Goldenseal roots from Wis. for planting just enough root cutting so it creates a better habitat for ginseng. My #1 _object_ive is growing seng.
Plant just a single row of yellow root every 9' or so as Scott Persons recommends in his book, which would only be 1-2 thousand cuttings. I'm not looking to create a whole patch of goldenseal, but to create a better habitat for my existing seng.
Check out this on goldenseal used as a natural fungicide for Ginseng:http://www.ncgoldenseal.com/info/fungicides.html