Good morning all,
I am a Minnesota newbie to the Ginseng growing so I wanted to get a little advice from you all, I'm a 19 year old and wanted something profitable to do in the great outdoors. I am interested in starting to grow some wild simulated ginseng on a wooded piece of property, I haven't bought the property yet as I wanted some advice. The land is 12 acres of steep hills and dense hardwood trees, on the north side of a river valley. The issue is that about 50% of the trees are oak trees, the rest are some elm, birch, etc. but I was wondering, is that too many oak trees to successfully grow sang? I'd appreciate what help you guys would have. Thanks!