Sold today at New River Trading in Summersville WV for $800/lb dry. I thought about holding out longer, but one has to look at the lose in weight of the roots due to continued drying (especially from the roots gathered from beginning of season). Hold out for slow rising prices while the roots continue to drop weight or sale at a good price before the roots are as light as paper. There should be some kind of wall street formula/ratio thingie for this decision. We could program it into an app or something. Anyone got any ideas for a name for this. Something to help us get to the root of the decision.
To Tony Coffman AKA \"Strong Prong\" on Wildgrown.
Hey there I see you have not been on Wildgrown.com since November. \"Appalachian Outlaw\" is taking a pounding on this site as many of us think it is a bad deal for ginseng, ginseng hunters and seng dealers.
Care to share a comment? Not trying to ambush you, just would be interesting to hear your perspective.
would love to replay and give a point of view. I have tried but the website keeps giving a code error every time I submit my response. Anyway I will when they get the glitch fixed and I can reply to topic. Show is stupid as I knew it would be. They always pick the bad apples. I have more to say on it and the future in our trade of hunting, growing ginseng and I have typed and submitted it twice to just get kicked of site. I will try again later