Been digging seal for 6 weeks or so now as much as humanly possible. Goal for fall haul 200 lbs dry seal, 400 dry lbs black cohosh, 3-4 lbs seng, and 100 lbs dry bloodroot. Gotta good start on the seal. I'll also have some mayapple and wild yams but I only dig those to break up the monotony of digging the other roots or if it's right in front of me I'll throw them in with whatever it is I'm diggin. Right now best price i can find in southern ohio is 18 on seal, 6 on bloodroot, 2.85 on b cohosh, 2.50 on mayapple, and 2.50 on yams. I used to sell wet but can't anymore so workload has kinda doubled on the roots for me this year, washing and drying roots its very monotonous. if your going to do roots on a large scale its best to invest in a good old wringer washer after they slosh around in there for a while all you have to do is pull the roots out and strip out all foreign roots.