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Planting techniques of Panax ginseng to harvest large bulbs with good quality

Panax ginseng is a crop that brings high nutritional value and stable economic income to growers. Therefore, it is not surprising that more and more people are interested in the best yielding techniques. Don’t let you wait too long, in this article we will share it with you Planting technique of Panax ginseng Harvest large tubers with perfect quality. Please take the time to follow the article with us.

  1. The reasons why cloves are grown in many places

Panax ginseng is a plant belonging to the Ngu Gia Bi family, the parts of the plant that can be used are: tubers, leaves, stems, and roots. The parts on the Panax ginseng plant, in addition to being used as a condiment, are also herbs with many great uses.

Panax ginseng is also likened to a kind of “ginseng” of the Vietnamese people because it has a relatively high therapeutic effect. Therefore, the demand for using Panax ginseng to improve health is increasing. Households and businesses deploying the Panax ginseng plant model also appear more because of that.

Dingo is currently a plant that brings a stable source of income
Dingo is currently a plant that brings a stable source of income
  1. Techniques for planting Panax ginseng standard

  • Preparing the land for planting

It is a perennial plant that tolerates sunlight and prefers moist soil. However, this plant can still tolerate drought, prefers shade, but cannot tolerate waterlogging.

Panax ginseng can grow on many types of soil, but the type of soil that helps plants grow best is still: Loose soil, sandy soil, well-drained soil.

Soil should be prepared 15-30 days before seedling so that the seedlings have the best growing conditions.

Around each planting bed, there should be deep grooves to create the best drainage conditions for the plants.

  • Fertilizer for cloves

If Panax ginseng is planted on 1 sao of land, the amount of fertilizer for each time is 4-5 quintals of composted manure and about 30 kg of phosphate fertilizer. Fertilizer will be used before planting, only put fertilizer around the pot, do not put the fertilizer close to the potting soil.

Seedlings should be placed in the center of the bed, the surface of the soil should be level with the potting soil of the plant. The soil should be raised at the base to avoid standing water. If possible, you should use a layer of straw, duckweed to cover the surface of the planting bed to retain moisture and maintain porosity for the soil.

Fertilizer is required before planting seedlings in the hole
Fertilizer is required before planting seedlings in the hole
  1. Diet for Panax ginseng

After being planted in the ground for about 1 week, Panax ginseng should be watered with super diluted fertilizer to stimulate fast and strong root growth.

Next, the tree needs to be fertilized for the first time when it starts to produce new leaves, the amount of urea to be applied at this time is about 10kg for 1 sao.

The time of second application is when the first application is about 6 months apart. The amount of fertilizer at this time for 1 pole of cloves is 30kg of super phosphate + 10kg of urea + 6kg of potassium. Fertilizer is about 15cm from the base of the clove tree, so there should be a layer of soil to cover the new fertilizer.

When the clover enters its second year of growth, you should use 3-4 quintals of composted manure and about 15kg of NPK fertilizer for each application on an area of ​​1 acre.

Depending on the time of growth, Panax ginseng has different nutritional needs
Depending on the time of growth, Panax ginseng has different nutritional needs
  1. Watering technique for cloves

From the time the seedlings are planted in the ground, the watering time should be observed and arranged closely so that the stump always retains a certain moisture.

Once it is determined that the splitter has gradually grown and stabilized, the watering cycle can be divided equally in batches. Note, it is not possible to water too much because it will cause the plants to become waterlogged, the best way is to equip a drip irrigation system for the plants.

  1. Pest control

Panax ginseng after planting is about 2 years old, according to a certain cycle in April and September every year – the tree needs to be cut off excess branches and leaves. Thus, the new plant has enough strength to grow tubers. Panax ginseng growers need to regularly clear the weeds in the garden to avoid the appearance of pathogens.

In the first stage of planting cloves, you should pay attention to diseases such as: Gray caterpillars, mealybugs, planthoppers, fungal diseases, leaf eaters…

Plants that begin to grow in the 2nd year will be susceptible to rat eating, so it is necessary to pay attention to biological methods of killing rats.

Panax ginseng is well cared for and technically correct, after 3 years can be harvested, the harvest time will usually be October – December every year.

Panax ginseng with proper care without pests and diseases can be harvested after 3 years
Panax ginseng with proper care without pests and diseases can be harvested after 3 years

We hope that with the information we share, you will be oriented and Skill the most basic to proceed to plant cloves. Wish you success and profit from your garden of cloves. Thank you for taking the time to read the article.

Emilia Chaney
Emilia Chaneyhttps://agrisearch.net
My name is Emilia Chaney. I'm a social girl from Romania with a big smile and 3 passions: Agriculture, Travel and Social Media. I try to make this blog practical, full of great advice and inspiring ideas.

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