Following a solid year in 2022 that included an outstanding fall workshop, the Middle Tennessee State University International Ginseng Institute continues to grow as it heads to..
Continuing what has been a busy year for MTSU’s International Ginseng Institute — including participation in the annual Smithsonian Folklife Festival in Washington, D.C. — this month’s annual..
A newly published study from the Business and Economic Research Center at MTSU examines the growing international agribusiness sector of ginseng in Tennessee. Murat Arik,..
Middle Tennessee State University continues helping stakeholders statewide navigate the exciting possibilities regarding ginseng that grows in the wild — and with a growth period..
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The seven Middle Tennessee State University undergraduate students’ research topics ranged from kudzu to ginseng to volcanoes. Fifty-five other state university students joined..
One of Middle Tennessee State University’s newest researchers and institute directors delivered a different perspective — the political economy and economic impact of tariffs on ginseng..
NANNING, China — Middle Tennessee State University and its primary research partner in China agreed to create a joint ginseng institute that will study, develop and..
Growers, buyers and sellers of ginseng came from Roan Mountain in upper East Tennessee to Perry County at the eastern edge of West Tennessee and..
A special $148,000 U.S. Department of Agriculture grant for Middle Tennessee State University researchers to experiment with ginseng will improve farmers’ income across the state..
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