"Behind the Scenes" Carl Atkinson talks about replant disease in ginseng

Ontario’s ginseng industry has a $250M farmgate value. If the future is to be secured, the issue of replant disease must be solved. Or 160 growers will simply run out of land. A multi-disciplinary research team is working hard to find the answers.

 

Karen Davidson, editor of The Grower goes "Behind the Scenes" of The Grower's December cover story titled Searching for the root of ginseng's replant disease and speaks with ginseng grower Carl Atkinson about the challenges of replant disease.

 

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Friday, November 30, 2018

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