Ginger is well-known for its therapeutic benefits as well as as a culinary spice. Ginger plants thrive best in good humus soil and prefer hot, humid, shaded circumstances. Because it requires a considerable number of nutrients, several places in Vietnam are ideal for producing this plant due to appropriate soil and climatic conditions.
Ginger offers a lot of health benefits and is effective in treating a variety of ailments. It is also the medicine that is used as a raw material for natural remedies from cancer to colds. In Vietnam, ginger is exported in the form of frozen fresh ginger and dried ginger with high export value, successfully conquering the strict market in Europe for years.
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Harvesting and packing
Ginger is typically planted as the weather begins to warm from the beginning of spring, around January to February or around April to May, when ginger plants grow more easily.
Ginger plants usually take about 8-10 months to produce the biggest and most prolific tubers. As a result, ginger will be able to harvest tubers when the temperature cools down at the end of the year, from October to December.
After harvesting, ginger is washed and exported as fresh ginger or dried ginger. When fresh ginger is exported, it is packaged in vacuum bags and frozen, but it will be dried before packaging if dried ginger is required.
|Classify||Fresh Ginger, Dried Ginger|
|Shelf life||2 years|
|Payment||LC at sight, TT, DP, CAD|
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