Ginger

(Zingiber officinale)
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Ginger (Zingiber officinale)

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Ginger is well known as a viable crop in Western NC and beyond, however most farmers and growers are sourcing their propagation material from places like Hawaii each year. The Utopian Seed Project is continuing the work of board member, Yanna Fishman, to share the knowledge of saving planting material over the winter for Spring sprouting.

Introducing Ginger with Brandon Ruiz. Ginger (Zingiber officinale) is a tropical perennial that we can grow in North Carolina as a temperate annual. It's a well known plant but isn't that widely grown. Top leaves and underground rhizomes are useful herbs and spices for the kitchen, as well as providing powerful medicine.

This video is part of a The Utopian Seed Project series called, Meet-the-Plant, where plant experts introduce you to less known plants (in North Carolina) that have food production potential.

In this video, Brandon Ruiz, founder of CLT Herbal Accessibility Project and Utopian Seed Project board member, gives a botanical and culinary overview of Ginger.
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