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bonehead
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2012 Ginseng Season

Have any of you been seeing much while youve been out hunting. Our season starts this saturday. I havent heard much on what the predicted prices will be this year. I had a tough time last year finding much. Any of you got any good reading material on the web you can post Thanks

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Indaina season starts Sept. 1st, but from what I have seen, 90 percent of it burned up and went dormant already this year.

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We have been lucky up here this year with rain. But its really startin to get dry here now!

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sounds good in a way. the reason i say that is a bad season will cause the price to go up. our season started august 10 but ive not been yet. the last 3 years combined ive dug rite at 115 lb. green

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Shoot, ive been walkin or rollin in it, or just plain blind. It just seems like it was rough, or someone beat me to it last year. I havent been able to find much at all. And it seems like ive been lookin in all the right places, but apperently not lol! Any advise, I am new and tryin to learn on my own! any feedback is appreciated!!!! Thanks!

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sounds good in a way. the reason i say that is a bad season will cause the price to go up. our season started august 10 but ive not been yet. the last 3 years combined ive dug rite at 115 lb. green
i herd sept
Notes on Tennessee Ginseng Harvest Season Laws

The wild ginseng Harvest Season is from September 1 to December 31 of each year. It is unlawful to dig wild ginseng for the purpose of sale or export on any date not within the ginseng Harvest Season.

No permits are required to dig wild or cultivated ginseng, but one MUST have the landowner's permission to enter the property and dig wild or cultivated ginseng. Ginseng collectors may dig wild ginseng on their own land.

It is unlawful to dig, for the purpose of sale or export, any wild ginseng plant that has green berries or that has less than three (3) prongs. A "prong" means a ginseng leaf with three (3) to five (5) leaflets.

It is unlawful to dig wild ginseng for the purpose of sale or export, and remove the berries of the wild ginseng from the approximate location from which the wild ginseng was dug, and to fail IMMEDIATELY after such digging to plant the berries of the wild ginseng in the approximate location from which the wild ginseng was dug.

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You said look in all right places, I have never dug any and would like to learn more about it. Where is the right place to look and what does it look like now?

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Notes on Tennessee Ginseng Harvest Season Laws

The wild ginseng Harvest Season is from September 1 to December 31 of each year. It is unlawful to dig wild ginseng for the purpose of sale or export on any date not within the ginseng Harvest Season.

No permits are required to dig wild or cultivated ginseng, but one MUST have the landowner's permission to enter the property and dig wild or cultivated ginseng. Ginseng collectors may dig wild ginseng on their own land.

It is unlawful to dig, for the purpose of sale or export, any wild ginseng plant that has green berries or that has less than three (3) prongs. A "prong" means a ginseng leaf with three (3) to five (5) leaflets.

It is unlawful to dig wild ginseng for the purpose of sale or export, and remove the berries of the wild ginseng from the approximate location from which the wild ginseng was dug, and to fail IMMEDIATELY after such digging to plant the berries of the wild ginseng in the approximate location from which the wild ginseng was dug.


im not sure i will have to check on it. i know last year it opened august 15

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Shoot, ive been walkin or rollin in it, or just plain blind. It just seems like it was rough, or someone beat me to it last year. I havent been able to find much at all. And it seems like ive been lookin in all the right places, but apperently not lol! Any advise, I am new and tryin to learn on my own! any feedback is appreciated!!!! Thanks!

i dont know how it is there. but here you get in the deepest hollows and what we call wet ridges. what we mean by this is places where there are little to no pines and lots of greenery. another thing i do is look at the moss on trees. the ginseng will grow the best on the side the moss grows on. another thing is places that get morning sun and is shaded by noon.

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you are right ben starting this year its sep. 1 the law was past in ky last year

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Sept !st here in Mo. but its been to dry been gone for months I hear

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i was out squirrel hunting last Saturday and i seen where someone already been digging it up already.so i'll have to go and find a new spot to dig at.and what i did find was already has dried up.

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i know boys around here thats been digging sense first of august. people like that hurt it bad

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yeah it makes it hard for the ones that wait until the season opens. and plus hurts the future plants

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