[Market-farming] Ginger - anyone else get shorted on their order?

David Paysnick davepays at gmail.com
Sun Mar 3 13:50:45 EST 2013

If you buy ORGANIC Hawaiian ginger right now, it should be quite eager to
sprout.  I haven't even made an attempt to pre-sprout the ginger that I
purchased locally at our food co-op and after sitting in it's box for about
10-14 days it's beginning to sprout quite consistently.  I have grown from
organic hawaiian ginger in the past with decent success.  If you have a
store or distributor willing to sell you a case, a 30lb. case of organic
ginger should run about $125-175 right now.  Just make sure you get
Hawaiian and not Peruvian.
Good luck!

On Sun, Mar 3, 2013 at 1:34 PM, Richard Stewart <rstewart at zoomtown.com>wrote:

> We are getting less than 25% of entire ginger order this year.
> Anyone else get shorted?
> Puna Organics/East Branch Ginger
> Going to try some germination tests with the store bought stuff and see
> what happens.
> Richard Stewart
> Carriage House Farm
> North Bend, Ohio
> An Ohio Century Farm Est. 1855
> (513) 967-1106
> http://www.carriagehousefarmllc.com
> rstewart at zoomtown.com
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David Paysnick
Rainbow Harvest Farms
178 Conway St.
Greenfield, MA 01301
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