In this Sept. 2011 photo provided by Ed McCann of the Wisconsin 

In this Sept. 2011 photo provided by Ed McCann of the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources shows wild ginseng root, tools used to dig it up, backpacks and camouflage used by two men suspected of illegally harvesting the root on state and private land in La Crosse county. In Wisconsin, the leading U.S. producer of commercially grown ginseng, wildlife officials say violations such as harvesting wild ginseng without a permit or harvesting out of season tripled from 12 in 2007 to 36 last year.  (AP Photo/Ed McCann, Wis. DNR)
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In this Sept. 2011 photo provided by Ed McCann of the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources shows wild ginseng root, tools used to dig it up, backpacks and camouflage used by two men suspected of illegally harvesting the root on state and private land in La Crosse county. In Wisconsin, the leading U.S. producer of commercially grown ginseng, wildlife officials say violations such as harvesting wild ginseng without a permit or harvesting out of season tripled from 12 in 2007 to 36 last year. (AP Photo/Ed McCann, Wis. DNR)
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