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I've been reading up on Ginseng as a forest cash crop. (slow crop...large monetary yields?) Anyone here have any experience with this?
 
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From what I've read about others actually involved on ginseng collection, the "large monetary yields" are simply television hype. There are no rich Ginseng hunters/growers in the real world. That's not to say you can't actually sell it, but don't expect it to give you a "get rich" kinda crop.
 
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