Crazy Tobacco

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A genetically enhanced tobacco with a two-fold higher concentration of nicotine than other strains. It is grown in Brazil and other developing countries, out of the jurisdiction of regulatory agencies in developed countries
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Y-1 apparently traces to unsuccessful attempts at creating high-nicotine tobaccos during the 1970s by breeder James F.
B&W, which has more than 3 million pounds of Y-1 in U.
Sources at Semiconductor Insights have confirmed they are searching for other FRAM devices including those made by Matsushita, Siemens, Hyundai and Motorola which are said to be made using the Y-1 process under license from Symetrix.