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  1. Vanessa Jacky Davis

    Hey! I have a farm outside of Jasper, Newton Country Arkansas and have long been interested in locating and cultivating ethical ginseng. I remember seeing it as a kid and neighbor often collected in the Fall. Where are you located and do you sell your seeds?

    1. Hi Vanessa, there are lots of good spots in the Jasper area and Newton county! We don’t have enough making seed yet to sell the seeds but I do bring potted seedlings to the Huntsville Farmer’s market beginning in late April. It’s a bit late to plant seeds this year, but start looking to order some around mid-summer for fall delivery. Sometimes if I order more than I can get planted, I’ll sell the extras but that hasn’t happened lately.

    1. Hi La Sean,

      I’ve not been to that area personally, but according to the map at USDA, ginseng either does now or has in the past grown there. So if your property is right for it, you do have a great chance of being able to grow it if it’s not there already. Here’s a link to the map: (to get it to show the individual counties just enlarge with the +/- button and it’ll open up).

  2. I live in southwest va near tazewell co….does anyone know the price of gingsing and how much it sales for anywhere around?? Thka so much

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