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How To Grow Ginger: 9 Tips For Beginners

How To Grow Ginger: 9 Tips For Beginners

Andrew Carberry, MPH

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This article was co-authored by Andrew Carberry, MPH, and wikiHow staff writer Luke Smith, MFA. Andrew Carberry is a food systems specialist and senior program associate at the Wallace Center at Winrock International in Little Rock, Arkansas. She has worked in food systems since 2008 and has experience working with farm-to-school projects, food security programs, and local and state coalitions in Arkansas. He is a graduate of the College of William and Mary and holds a master’s degree in public health and nutrition from the University of Tennessee. This article has been viewed 1,803,337 times.

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To grow your own ginger plant, look for a thick ginger root that is free of wrinkles, with visible buds or eyes. After danger of frost has passed, plant each piece of ginger 2-4 inches deep in a mixture of soil and rich compost, with the eyes pointing upward, then place it in a warm, shady spot. Once the ginger sprouts, keep the soil moist and fertilize once a month. Allow the soil to dry out as the stems fall in late summer or early fall, then harvest the ginger or bring it indoors for the winter. For tips on preparing the soil for your ginger plant, read on!

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