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Illinois Ginseng Law and Regulations | Print |  E-mail
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Illinois Ginseng Law and Regulations
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• A ginseng harvester’s license is required for anyone who harvests wild ginseng in Illinois and the license must be in the harvester’s possession when they dig or sell wild ginseng.

• A ginseng dealer’s license is required for anyone who buys ginseng that is grown or harvested in Illinois.

The harvest season for wild ginseng in Illinois is from the first Saturday in September to November 1.

• Wild ginseng may only be sold to a licensed Illinois ginseng dealer, and only from 2 weeks after the start of the season through March 1 of the next year. Possession of wild ginseng between March 2 and the beginning of the next season is prohibited.

• Illinois state law requires all harvested plants be 10 years old (4 leaved) or older.

• Illinois requires that harvesters plant all of the seeds from the harvested plants in the vicinity of the parent plants in a manner that will encourage their germination and growth.

• Ginseng may not be harvested on state land in Illinois, nor in the Shawnee National Forest or Midewin Tall Grass Prairie.

• The Illinois Department of Natural Resources, Office of Law Enforcement, serves as the state’s ginseng coordinator. This office can be reached at (217) 782-6431 or:

One Natural Resources Way
Springfield, IL 62702-1271


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