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This concern is certainly a factor in the price decline for cultivated roots. Production Of Wild Simulated Ginseng A method called wild simulated cultivation can be used to grow ginseng without fungicide sprays and expensive establishment costs. The prices paid for ginseng grown under wild simulated cultivation are normally the same as prices paid for wild ginseng roots. Ginseng production is very risky. The chosen site may not be suitable for good growth. The crop may be stolen. Rodents may destroy the roots. The market price may fall. Plant diseases will almost certainly occur. On the other hand, if the right conditions can be found, wild simulated ginseng production can provide income for those who have patience, perseverance and discretion.
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When the soil test results come back, the most important numbers to look at for ginseng are the soil pH, available calcium Ca and available phosphorus P. A typical pH from a soil sample taken from the forest floor from a north facing hillside in Virginia is 4. In the past, growers have been told to treat soil, with a pH that low, with lime to try to bring the soil pH up to 5. Beyfuss is an Extension Agent with Cornell Cooperative Extension who has a very strong interest in ginseng. Inhe recruited a team of ginseng hunters to assist him in a soil research program with wild ginseng. He asked these wild ginseng diggers to take soil tests wherever they found patches of wild ginseng growing well out in the woods.
He got back 70 soil samples from them. Beyfuss was surprised at the soil test results that came from this study. He said in his report, "The most interesting and puzzling result of the analysis was the positive correlation of very low pH and very high levels of calcium. This is the exact opposite of what would be expected in mineral soils. The average pH for these samples was 5. Soils that are strongly acid such as this usually have calcium levels in the range of to pounds per acre or less. It is my suspicion that this abnormality may, in fact, be the key to the limited range of healthy populations of wild ginseng. Duplicating this soil condition may be the key to successfully cultivating American ginseng in a forested environment.
He conducted soil analysis from several wild ginseng stands and reported that, "In ginseng, calcium deficiencies can be seen in stunted plants that lack general vigor. Growth buds are smaller and more fragile. In good ginseng stands, calcium on a per acre basis is consistently higher than in the other stand categories, and within these stands there was better plant diversity, less disease and a larger stem height in mature plants. The new idea is to apply gypsum Calcium sulphate to soils for ginseng rather than lime Calcium carbonate which has been used in the past.
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They are worried that growers may throw the soil fertility out of balance if they apply too much gypsum. Clearly, controlled research studies need to be conducted as soon as possible. The other soil nutrient that ginseng growers should monitor is phosphorus. Tom Konsler initiated a four-year study to measure ginseng root growth response to P additions to the low P soils found at the Mountain Horticultural Crops Research Station in Fletcher, N. Konsler found positive correlation of root weight with phosphorus additions. He also found that ginseng plants took up calcium more readily in soils that had available phosphorus so the interrelationship is important Konsler, Growers should amend their low P soils so that at least 95 pounds per acre of actual phosphorus is available Persons, In the wild-simulated method, there is no tillage of the soil.
Many persons recommend planting "woods grown" ginseng in tilled up, raised beds in the woods, under a natural canopy of shade. That method certainly can be used for production of ginseng but growers should not expect to receive high prices for roots produced in tilled beds. Ginseng roots harvested from tilled beds look like cultivated roots rather than wild roots. Since there is no tillage of the soil with wild simulated ginseng crops, all fertilizers are applied on the soil surface. Soil testing should be done every year to monitor available soil nutrients.
Planting In the wild simulated method, stratified ginseng seed is planted in the fall after the trees lose their leaves. The best month for planting in Virginia is November. Ginseng cannot be planted in the spring. The stratification requirements for ginseng force everyone to plant in the fall. That seed needs to come out of the stratification box and into the soil after 12 months. If the seeds are left in stratification for a longer time to accommodate spring planting, the seeds will sprout inside of the stratification box and will be useless. Some growers make the mistake of planting ginseng seeds in September and in October before the trees lose their leaves. The problem with this practice is that the falling leaves form a mulch on the forest floor that may be too deep for the germinating ginseng seedlings to grow through.
Fall planted seeds lie in the soil until the following April. When they germinate, they can grow up through an inch or two of leaves but they cannot grow up through four or five inches of leaf mulch, which may accumulate in many sites from natural leaf fall. There are presently about 20 commercial sources of American ginseng seed. Most seed is sold by experienced ginseng growers, who have developed large-scale ginseng farms. Beginning growers should be cautious in buying ginseng seed. Most experienced growers have bought seed at one time or another that failed to germinate in the spring after fall planting. Growers are advised not to buy cheap seed.
It is rarely a good deal. A great deal of meticulous care is required to successfully produce viable, stratified ginseng seed. Seed producers, who do the job the right way, are not likely to sell their seed at cheap prices. Most seed producers do like to sell their stratified seed in advance. To be assured of the best seed, growers should order and pay for ginseng seed in July or August. Once the seed is paid for, delivery can be postponed until the middle of October. Growers who wait until the middle of October to buy ginseng seed are likely to receive poor quality seed from the "bottom of the barrel.
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