PROTECTION OF AMERICAN GINSENG
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PROTECTION OF AMERICAN GINSENG

PROTECTION OF AMERICAN GINSENG




      

PROTECTION OF AMERICAN GINSENG


PROTECTION OF AMERICAN GINSENG

By Dr. Walter Van Fleet

Owing to the comparatively high cost of ginseng plants and roots, the beds should be well protected by secure fences from the intrusion of wild or domestic animals and should also be securely guarded against theft, which is not uncommon with this high-priced product. Protection is especially needed with forest plantings, which should always be well enclosed. Moles may be controlled with suitable traps, of which there are several kinds on the market, or the beds may be guarded with boards or wire netting of sufficiently close mesh set 12 to 18 inches in the ground.

Fur, News. Fur News, January 1916.

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