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The lure of ginger Growers love it, but it’s not easy

publication date: Nov 1, 2015
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gingerBy now, you no doubt have heard about growing ginger in a high tunnel. Growing for Market first reported on this new crop in 2008, when Massachusetts farmers Missy Bahret and Casey Steinberg wrote up the results of their SARE-funded research for GFM. Over the years, we have run several other articles about growing ginger. Most have focused on how pretty it is, how excited customers get about it, and how much you can charge per pound.

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