Recovery ofPopulations ofGoldenseal ( Hydrastis canadensis L . ) and American Ginseng ( Panax quinquefolius L . ) Following Harvest

@inproceedings{VOORT2003RecoveryOO,
  title={Recovery ofPopulations ofGoldenseal ( Hydrastis canadensis L . ) and American Ginseng ( Panax quinquefolius L . ) Following Harvest},
  author={MARTHA E. VAN DER VOORT and Brent Bailey and David Samuel and James B. McGraw},
  year={2003}
}
—Goldenseal (Hydrastis canadensis L.) and American ginseng(Panax quinquefolius L.) have been harvested commercially for the past few centuries. Harvested populations can recover if vegetative propagules remain in the soil. Experiment I tested the efficacy of vegetative reproduction in goldenseal and ginseng. Partial and intact rhizomes and roots were planted in garden experiments in West Virginia and monitored for 1 y (goldenseal), and for 4 y (ginseng). During the experiment more than 40% of… CONTINUE READING
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