If I read your plan correctly what you are proposing would be woods cultivated ginseng, not wild simulated. By tilling the soil and trucking in outside soil you are changing the environment substantially and the roots will reflect that in their growth and harvested appearance. Without the appearance of wild grown , the value of the roots is far less. Often less than the cost of growing it.
Ginseng requires a variety of trace nutrients that come from the trees it grows with also. Having only oaks and pines providing detritus you may find it necessary to add the nutrients chemically, which will also change the root.
I will not add any chemicals I will shred all leafs and spread them out I will only use organic additives that the laboratory tells me to use and I will not touch these for 6 or 8 years depending on how well I am doing
I sure will buddy and thank you all for your input I will just plant 1 acre next year and see how it does and let everyone know gonna do 12 inch spacing for a 200'x200' foot area I will wash the stratified seeds in a 1 part to 5 part bleach solution for 8 mins each wash then wash that off in filtered water then do a 1 part vitamin 1 to 3 parts water dip then plant and let them hopefully grow