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16 May 11 safraz (Australia - tropical climate)
Hello, I planted some ginger plants on May 2010 (last yr), i haven't harvest them to date (May 2011). The plants have die but the ginger is still in the ground. What i will like to know is if i left them there would they resprout? If yes, how long will it take to resprout? Thank you
20 May 11 leanne (Australia - temperate climate)
yes they will resprout and multiply and should resprout in a couple of weeks,if not then when warmer weather.
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