It should help with a fever and a cold, but must also be tasty in a saucepan: ginger is a sought-after plant. So far, the tuber is cultivated in Asia and South America, but that will change. In Bamberg, ginger from Bavaria is being researched. Ginger can also thrive in Franconia. This is shown by experiments of the Bavarian State Institute for Viticulture and Horticulture (LWG) in Bamberg, which has grown the exotic tuber for the first time this year, under film. The result is a high quality product, says test engineer Birgit Rascher.Ginger from Franconia
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