2012 Ginseng Prices
sengman 67

United States

#113 Feb 14, 2014
Cultivated roo is white in color and has very few rings and grows bigger this is because its grown under artificial shade and growed in loose soil, because the soil is loose you dont get forked , cause there are no rocks or natural rooots from various plants in the woods that make roots fork.Ginseng is mainly sold and bought by appearance. I planted seeds and wont touch the again for probably seven to ten years this is considered Wild Simulated it will have the same characteristics as wild ginseng , the rings and darkerbrown color.
sengman 67

United States

#114 Feb 14, 2014
Sorry about the double post.
Jr sampler

Powell, TN

#115 Feb 15, 2014
I googled and wanted to find out what the Chinese pay per lb,
I could not find it
sengman 67

United States

#116 Feb 15, 2014
Oh no doubt Jr.I told my mom Iwas going to buy Rosetta Stone and learn Chineese and Korean, so I could cut out the middle man. She just laughed
gator

Mountain View, CA

#117 Feb 15, 2014
How much wood I haft ta sell to make a truck payment?
sengman 67

United States

#118 Feb 16, 2014
Depends is it a big three quarter ton diesel or a little chevy luv. .
Squirrel

Kaysville, UT

#119 Feb 16, 2014
I'm in Kentucky does anybody know what the prices run to?
sengman 67

United States

#120 Feb 16, 2014
I dont know squirrell, but Brent Duncan is paying 625 a pound in bloomington Indiana.could look up seng buyers in kentucky on the net, would have buyers and telphone numbers listed, may have to make a few calls.Too bad the buyers dont come to the diggers would be real convenient for us.
Ellen

Endicott, NY

#121 Mar 11, 2014
Anyone sell in NY? Just wondering who was best to deal with and what you got for dry per pound
rootrebell

Hillsboro, WI

#122 Mar 20, 2014
question wrote:
i dont know much about these roots so this might sound like a silly queston, can ginseng be grown intentionally. can you plant seeds to grow ginseng?
yes as long as you plant it somewhere that is 60 to 90% shade.
David Harnish

West Union, OH

#123 Mar 22, 2014
I'm in Wilmington,ohio45177 looking for a place to sell my ginseng .if anyone knows where let me know.
Hoot

Port Pirie, Australia

#124 May 2, 2014
Does it grow well if planted in Australian forests anybody know
altha2008

Brandon, FL

#126 May 25, 2014
what wrote:
<quoted text>makes no sense, but what does. more goverment regulations and interferance in the free market system.
There is no such thing as the FREE MARKET.
The Market is rig by people in the government controlling it, and by people who stock pile
items in the private market to control the price of that item
altha2008

Brandon, FL

#127 May 25, 2014
I live in the NW Florida area. Plated Ginseng on my Farm. it is growing good right now. We have one state Forest nearby and a national forest, cannot hunt for Ginseng on either one.
I got a permit in Alabama to hunt for it. cost around $100.00. I go up to the north eastern part of the state twice a month during the season. make enough to pay the property taxes and property ins
freddu

Lithonia, GA

#128 Jun 2, 2014
Anyone buying ginseng in Louisiana
Trisha

Kodak, TN

#129 Jun 7, 2014
Can you tell me were to find ginsing in the smokey mountains
paul wall

United States

#130 Jun 11, 2014
Who buy gesen in north albama and gensen worth more then 600 a pound
paul wall

United States

#131 Jun 12, 2014
Any tips I,m going to try huntimg gensen its new 4 me
DONT POACH IT

Keavy, KY

#132 Jun 12, 2014
paul wall wrote:
Any tips I,m going to try huntimg gensen its new 4 me
in the old days the best ginseng was usually found on slopes facing the north, since most diggers know that and hunt the north slopes harder you can sometimes find pretty good patches on west or east slopes, around here the south sides are mostly pretty hard ground and to sunny, but it will come up just about anywhere the soil is deep enough and not to much sun. I have found it in recently logged over areas in the sun , the leaves had a red tint to them , like sunburned . But If the ground stays wet long periods dont bother. Season isnt till 1st or 2nd week of august ,replant the berries. Talk to your buyer about how clean he wants it. And do not quick dry it in a food dryer.
RobertB

Boulder, CO

#134 Aug 30, 2014
curious wrote:
My paw paw passed recently and he had some in a gallon jar, dried. It's mine now, where should I take it to sell it? I live in Hurricane, WV.
Did you have any luck I have 2 jars full that my uncle picked in southern Indiana years ago.

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