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I brought most of my plants indoors to make sure they wouldn’t get any freeze burn. So I should be happy that I brought everything indoors.
But my ginger doesn’t seem to be happy. The 3 plants are totally stunted. Instead of growing, they are dying back. So there must be something going on with the plants.
I am almost thinking that the plants die back because of the shortening days. Although I only planted the plants 3 months ago, they seem to think they have to die back and keep the root intact.
I’m not yet sure what I’ll do with it. But I would really like them to start growing again.
I thought about giving the plants more hours of daylight, artificial light, so maybe they would bounce back. Or maybe I just have to let them die back and grow back in spring.
looking for a solution
I’m looking for a solution to see if I can keep the plants growing. I warmed the room where the ginger is growing. And I hope they will bounce back. I haven’t given more light yet. I first want to see if the heat will change the plant’s mind.
Do you have a solution?
If you read this and you have an idea on how to solve this problem. Or maybe you know a certain way to make the plants grow again. Please contact me through the comment form. I would really be happy if we could put our heads together and try some stuff out.
I am looking for a way to grow ginger inside, especially in the winter. Because it’s too cold in our climate to have a full grow cycle in our area.
I would like to try and grow enough ginger to start selling it for our non-profit.
If you have good luck with growing ginger inside yourself, please help me out. I would really appreciate it.
So this is it for this article about my failing ginger plants. I hope you’ve found it interesting. If so, please share on social media, with friends, and other gardeners.
I will keep you updated on what I’m precisely doing to solve the problem if that’s possible. I do think that heat will help out a lot. But I’m not sure the temperature will be hot enough to push the plants to grow new sprouts again.
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