Growing Ginger

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23 Jan 21 YT (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
In Western Sydney, galangal is growing well. Does this indicate ginger could also grow well here as this place seems to be in a climate border zone between sub-tropical and temperate?
09 Feb 21 Jovi (Australia - temperate climate)
Hi, Yes, I have been growing ginger from few years in western Sydney and I am not disappointed. Although, the yield is low and that could be due to nutrients deficiency but the taste is good. This year my growing space is 5Mx1.5m with approximately 60 plants. Also I have double the space allocated for turmeric and I m loving it. Cheers
25 Jan 21 (Australia - temperate climate)
Give it a try - the guide here is only a guide - local conditions come in to play.
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