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Louis O. Williams
Vol. 11, No. 4 (Oct. - Dec., 1957), pp. 344-348
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Although there is no known medicinal value in ginseng, there is a continuing demand for the root. Two species of Panax are acceptable sources, one Asiatic, the other North American. As a crop, ginseng is no gold mine, but may give a reasonable return to growers willing to wait the five to seven years required for maturation.
Economic Botany © 1957 New York Botanical Garden Press