Seeds and Roots for Planting
A note from Lindy the Ginseng guy."We have lost our mailing list due to a house fire in March 2005. If you want to get back on our mailing list please email email@example.com or phone (417) 264-2448."
The new grow book by Scott Persons is going to be arriving from the publisher. If you want the new grow book, (this will be the revised edition), please contact us.
We also have a growers book called AMERICAN GINSENG "GREEN GOLD" by Scott Persons. This is a 204 page book available by mail order. It covers ginseng history, use, market and especially its cultivation. The "Green Gold" grow book is revised as of 2004. The new book will also cover growing Goldenseal and other important medicinal herbs.
At Ozark Mountain Ginseng, we have American Ginseng seed and transplanting roots. Our ginseng is growing in woods and really is just like wild ginseng. The market for wild ginseng last December went to $450 a pound and in the Ozarks wild ginseng is almost extinct. The time for growing ginseng is now, even on a small scale, to help this endangered species from being extinct!
GINSENG GROWING CONDITIONS: It is very important to have the right condition to grow ginseng successfully. Ginseng needs 75% to 85% shade. It will not grow in full sun. Plant ginseng in good woods dirt and mulch and add some lime and rock phosphate in ginseng beds. Do not over fertilize. A good profit can be had with an acre of ginseng producing $75,000 to $100,000 per acre in 4 to 7 years. Ginseng looks like a strawberry plant first year and only has three leaves. In the second year ginseng should have five leaves and some will develop a second prong. The third year ginseng should produce seed. The older a ginseng plant gets the more seed the plant will produce.
Ginseng seed and planting roots available from:
OZARK MOUNTAIN GINSENG ROUTE 1 Box 1223 Thayer, Missouri 65791 Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone (417) 264-2448 Anyone that needs advice on ginseng can take advantage of my experience. Ginseng Consultation services are also available. We can come to your farm to assist you with growing advice. Please call for consultation rates.
Our ginseng seed and transplanting rootlets and golden seal price lists are only sent through USPS mail or email.
Visitors are always welcome at OZARK MOUNTAIN GINSENG. Please call a day or so in advance.
Growing Ginseng since 1983