Ginger

Ginger is known for its highly scented rhizome which is used as a spice, and in numerous traditional medicines.
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Ginger

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The ginger plant grows to a height of approximately 60 – 120 cm. Ginger grows best in well-drained soils and on ridges that encourage drainage. Too much water and lack of drainage can cause rhizomes to rot. Young ginger rhizomes can be harvested 5 – 7 months after planting, while mature rhizomes should be harvested 8 – 9 months after planting. The sweet, aromatic ginger rhizome is used as a spice in culinary preparations.

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Scientific Name

Zingiber officinale Roscor

Product Type

Ginger root planting material

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The National Seed Bank Chaguaramas

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