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The growing environment and distribution of ginseng

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Ginseng growing environment

Generally born in deciduous broad-leaved forests or mixed coniferous broad-leaved forests at an altitude of several hundred meters.

Soil: Ginseng prefers sandy loam with loose texture, good ventilation, good drainage and fertile nutrients. It is best to have sufficient phosphorus, potassium fertilizer and humus in the soil, usually forest soil rich in humus, granite differentiation soil and mountain yellow sandy soil. better. The pH value of the soil is generally 5.5~6.5, and the alkaline soil, clay loess and lime foam soil with pH value greater than 7 are not suitable for growth.panax ginseng buy online - OkayHerb

Moisture: The soil moisture content is generally maintained at 40-50%. During the emergence of ginseng in spring, the soil moisture content is about 40%; in summer, the temperature rises, the moisture content is about 45~50%; in autumn and the annual growth period, the moisture content should be 45~50%.

Light: Ginseng is a shade-loving plant, and a cool and humid climate is favorable for its growth. Resistant to low temperature, avoid strong direct sunlight, and like to diffuse weak light.

Temperature: When the temperature is less than 10 ℃ or the temperature is greater than 30 ℃, ginseng will enter the state of dormancy. Ginseng is afraid of high temperature, can withstand severe cold weather, and can survive the winter safely even in the low temperature of -30 ℃ in winter. During the growth period, the optimal average temperature range is 15~25℃. When the temperature is lower than -6℃, the ginseng stems stop growing. After ginseng is planted, the temperature at the emergence stage is required to be greater than 10 °C;

Ginseng distribution range

Distributed in China, Russia and North Korea; distributed in eastern Liaoning, eastern half of Jilin and eastern Heilongjiang in China. It is widely cultivated in Jilin and Liaoning in China, and introduced in Hebei and Shanxi; it is also cultivated in North Korea and Japan.

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