Ginseng dealers see less stable market during COVID-19 and dwindling harvesters





Full Story: https://indianapublicmedia.org/news/ginseng-dealers-seeing-less-stable-market-during-covid-19,-and-dwindling-harvesters.php Michael Bartlett hikes through a dark forested area searching for ginseng – a native root in Indiana and 18 other states. It’s believed to have medical benefits that make it valuable, especially in Southeast Asian markets.Indiana is in the height of ginseng harvest season, according to DNR officials.

The season runs from September to December, while buying lasts until March.



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