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Don Dobbs, owner of Buckhorn Ginseng in Wisconsin, displays a wild ginseng root. The wild roots are believed to be more potent than cultivated roots and can be worth as much as $600 a pound, making them attractive to poachers. (Associated Press)

Don Dobbs, owner of Buckhorn Ginseng in Wisconsin, displays a wild ginseng root. The wild roots are believed to be more potent than cultivated roots and can be worth as much as $600 a pound, making them attractive to poachers. (Associated Press)

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