At the same age (9 to 15 years old), wild-simulated ginseng has a similar size and weight to wild ginsenguser
3. Wild-simulated ginseng is similar to wild ginseng in terms of color, smell, circular marks on the roots from the dark soil, and milky-white spongy inside.
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4. Wild-simulated ginseng contains similar active ingredients to wild ginseng of the same age. Wild-simulated ginseng also has no pesticide residues.
Fresh wild-simulated ginseng (10-18 yrs) With similar circular markings, surface textures, and inner structures on the roots, it is almost impossible to distinguish wild-simulated ginseng from wild ginseng.
As a pioneer in environmental protection, the United States has vast forest resources. 01% of the forest has been used for planting wild-simulated ginseng. As estimated, the yield of Glendale AZ chicas escort wild ginseng has decreased by 10-15% annually. The increasing needs of the market for wild ginseng have not been met, even with the annual 10% production increase of wild-simulated ginseng. It is time for the United States and Canada to fully utilize its ideal environmental conditions by planting wild-simulated ginseng. If planted on a large scale, wild-simulated ginseng could be of great significance to both the economy and human health.
Wild-simulated ginseng breeds quickly; generally after 9-10 years, an acre of planted land can produce more than 500 pounds of fresh wild ginseng each year
1. Wild-simulated ginseng plants thrive best on slopes of 8-40 degrees, with 5-10% sunshine, and with a fertile humus layer of 8-10 inches of black granular loose soil.
2. It is recommended to plant ginseng in areas that wild ginseng grew previously, usually in lower parts of mountains or on hillsides. These areas tend to have deciduous trees and smooth water flow.
3. Planting season is September and October. Areas between 34-47 degrees north latitude and 74-98 degrees west longitude are best. Seeds can be treated with a method provided by Dr. (more…)