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TOPIC: Memories of Ginseng Seasons Gone By :)

Re:Memories of Ginseng Seasons Gone By :) 13 years 10 months ago #4150

Some of you may remember this pic. The man root on the left was over 35 years old the others were all over 20.
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Re:Memories of Ginseng Seasons Gone By :) 13 years 10 months ago #4151

Nice bird 11pointer64!!! Here's a big plant from a couple years ago.
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Re:Memories of Ginseng Seasons Gone By :) 13 years 10 months ago #4155

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Lenno I did have a video tha I made posted on youtub once awhile back but I ment to change some stuff on the page and deleted it,however I have been thinking about fixing one back,I have got a couple good senging videos of me and the boys the Lords will I will make another one this season.I wish I could upload them hear.


11 How ya been ? Nice photos that 4 pronger looks almost big as the boy :)

Maya I sure do remember that prety seng you dug and it was nice to see them roots again.
Maya that pod of berrys on that 4 makes me look forward to August 15th :) opening day out hear.

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Re:Memories of Ginseng Seasons Gone By :) 13 years 10 months ago #4157

Billy, dolls eye is also called white baneberry. It is fairly common here in SE Indiana. I just think its pretty. Kinda reminds me of cohosh.

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Re:Memories of Ginseng Seasons Gone By :) 13 years 10 months ago #4158

We have to wait til the 20th of August but I've been doin a little scouting almost every day. I'm dieing to dig.

A few years ago I found a 4 stemmer, but it was small. I dug it and the root was small and it only had a few scars on the neck! I covered it back up and went back the next spring durring turkey season and snapped this pic. Just a three stemmer! Go figure!
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Re:Memories of Ginseng Seasons Gone By :) 13 years 10 months ago #4159

Maya, I found a 5 prong 3 years ago and transplanted it in my patch. It has been a 4 prong every year since- kinda dissapointing. Those are some nice roots in your picture, hope to find some just like that this year.

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Re:Memories of Ginseng Seasons Gone By :) 13 years 10 months ago #4160

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It is prety I am going to watch for it hear in Ky we should have it.

Maya them tops are so unpredictable.

Lenno that is the first time ive herd of anyone transplanting a 5 prong and it is also neat how that it is a four prong every year now,again seng is unpredictable.....

I am wanting to go dig so bad .............

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