Just a word of encouragement guys. Nature takes care of her own. Before people started planting/replanting seeds, ginseng survived. It will continue to do so. Those who garden are all to familiar with planting crops and one year being overrun with produce and yet another year barely getting anything. I've learned not to sweat the small stuff. And in reality, it is small stuff. No one is guaranteed of tomorrow. One could have an untimely death, become incapacitated in some fashion or whatever may come our way. The best way to look at the ginseng you have planted is that you are ensuring the future for someone else. Many times seeds are sown by one generation and the benefits aren't reaped until future generations. This is true of ginseng and life in general.
well, hope it decides to cool down a little before season gets here. It's 93 here today and suppose to be hot all week. Going to check out a new deer hunting lease tomorrow should be fun in the heat, lol.
yeah, same here as well. Seems like early September is always hot and humid. I think I will get in there early and be out by afternoon that's the plan anyway. Haven't done any scouting so should be interesting. Hope you get into it thick this year chief. Have a great and safe season!
Chief & 44 I hope you guys have a safe and productive season this year! I have the same wishes for us all. Unfortunately, I can't have any sympathy on your weather woes (tongue in cheek) as I have 16 more days before I get to engage in this passion we all have! My goodness gracious the suspense is killing me. I guess I'll have to whet my appetite on all the photos that will get posted until then. Stay hydrated and keep digging!
Well, it got up to 82 degrees today unbelievable for February. I decided to hit the river for a few hours this afternoon, and scored a couple nice trout. The water was crystal clear. I caught myself looking for snakes already it was so warm, lol.