A fact sheet from Virginia Cooperative Extension on ginseng and how it can be profitably farmed in the forest. Ginseng can provide alternative income opportunities for farmers interested in using their forestland as a source for producing medicinal herbs and other forest crops.
For more information, visit the eXtension Community of Practice, "Forest Farming Community."
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