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TOPIC: trans-planting wild ginseng

trans-planting wild ginseng 8 years 7 months ago #3236

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hey yall, this is my first post and i gotta say its a cool forum.
i have kept dozens of wild root from this past season in a ziplock bag with moss in it, aerating it every couple days in a fridge.
i have a good hilly terrain on my property that i replanted them in a area that i would suspect it will grow.
im hoping they will sprout next spring, what do u think, is this a do-able ?
the roots are atleast 3 prongers

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Re:trans-planting wild ginseng 8 years 7 months ago #3238

As long as the roots are still viable they should at least sprout in the spring. As to whether they will come up as three prong or do well and flourish is up in the air. Depends on site and other variables. Good luck.

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Re:trans-planting wild ginseng 8 years 7 months ago #3244

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thanks dieselrider, i guess ill have to wait till spring.
them sure are pretty plants, i was wondering if anyone have done it successfuly

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