Burley tobacco


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Burley tobacco

see nicotianatabacum.
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In conclusion, the yellow-green leaf color of burley tobacco was caused by low chlorophyll content, which might due to the combination of inhibited biosynthesis and accelerated degradation of chlorophyll regulated by key enzymes of ALAD and chlorophyllase, respectively.
Berry, Isolation and Characterization of a Complex Polysaccharide from Aged Burley Tobacco, Phytochem.
Furthermore, Sifola and Postiglione in 2003, reported that ANUE decreased with increasing the N levels in Burley tobacco [32].
Burley tobacco is grown mainly in countries with low labour costs and made easier to smoke by adding sugar to give it a fuller flavour.
Back in 2002, after a two-hour meeting in Havana with Fidel Castro, Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner Billy Ray Smith--in a rush of enthusiasm--predicted that Cuba's 11 million citizens would soon be eating Kentucky-raised buffalo steaks, washing them down with soft drinks bottled in the Bluegrass State and smoking cigarettes blended with Kentucky-grown burley tobacco.
See Danny McKinney, Burley Tobacco Growers Cooperative Association, Season of Change, http://www.
Genetic materials used in this research were generated from an applied breeding program with the objective of developing blue-mold resistant burley tobacco cultivars using flue-cured cultivar Ovens 62 as a donor of genetic resistance (Rufty et al.
The state is second only to North Carolina in burley tobacco production (29) and leads the nation in tobacco use.
To survive in the Mils and hollows of western North Carolina, a farmer had to know how to grow burley tobacco.
In the Chipinge district, burley tobacco is often grown during this rest year and also interplanted between the coffee during the first year of establishment.