How U.S. 'forest growers' are protecting their prized ginseng crops from poachers Add to ...

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Forest growers could help sustain wild populations of American ginseng, a medicinal plant prized in Asia that is threatened by poaching and loss of habitat. They’re using a new labeling program to spread awareness about the coveted roots

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