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  1. Amend with compost or aged manure if your soil is lacking.
  2. Plant in early spring if possible. If you live in a warmer climate, you can plant at any time.
  3. Slice off the fingers, making sure each rhizome piece is 1 to 2 inches long with at least one bud.
  4. Allow the pieces to dry for 24-48 hours before planting, as this helps to control for possible root rot.
  5. Plant cut sections at least 12 inches apart no deeper than 1 inch. For commercial cultivation, ginger is usually planted in double rows 1 foot apart with a working path between rows.
  6. Water well after planting.
  7. Leaves will emerge after about 1 week.
  8. Water sparingly but deeply after you see growth.

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