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Description: How to Grow Wild Simulated Ginseng: Watauga County

Date & Time:
Thursday, October 27, 2022
3 - 5 pm ET

Location:
N.C. Cooperative Extension | Watauga County Agricultural Conference Center (Parking Lot) 252 Poplar Grove Road Boone, NC 28607

Cost: $75

About: Ginseng is a native medicinal plant that has been wild-harvested here in the mountains of the High Country for centuries. N.C. Cooperative Extension, Watauga County Center will host a workshop on how to grow wild simulated ginseng. Topics will include site selection, soil fertility requirements, & companion plants; site preparation; planting methods; production issues (pest mitigation & poaching issues); and the market for ginseng. Space is limited to 15 participants. 
The cost to attend the workshop is $75. Participants will receive a starter kit of 1/4 pound of stratified ginseng seed and a copy of “Growing & Marketing Ginseng and Other Woodland Medicinals.” 


Get more information and register on the Watauga County Ginseng event page.
Oct 27 Thu