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The Secret to Essay Writer
December 12, 2017 |

The Secret to Essay Writer

The Secret to Essay Writer Then they’ve got a great structure, more frequently and fantastic conclusion all with citations that are applicable than not resulting in mark or an excellent A. Traditionally, if you’re anticipated to provide your conclusions. Now that you ‘re ready using your thesis statement and possess all the information accessible, it’s […]

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Algebra 1 Solving Systems By Graphing Personal Statement Examples Cv Teaching
December 4, 2017 |

Algebra 1 Solving Systems By Graphing Personal Statement Examples Cv Teaching

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Winter Greenhouse Prep
January 24, 2017 |

Winter Greenhouse Prep

By Turner Walston Follow these five tips to make greenhouse spring cleaning a breeze. With tobacco out of the fields and cover crops planted, ‘tis the season to prep tobacco greenhouses for 2017 transplants. “Sanitation is the key word,” says Dr. J. Michael Moore, professor and tobacco Extension agronomist at the University of Georgia. “That […]

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Optimizing  Nicotine in  Tobacco
January 24, 2017 |

Optimizing Nicotine in Tobacco

By Julia Ellis In the field and in the laboratory, researchers are investigating ways to optimize nicotine concentration in tobacco for the noncombustible market. U.S. tobacco has traditionally been prized for its taste and quality. In the e-liquid market, however, taste is irrelevant. Nicotine content is the valued commodity. Currently India and China are known […]

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Mistaken Identity, Nonchemical tobacco plant injury
January 24, 2017 |

Mistaken Identity, Nonchemical tobacco plant injury

By Julia Ellis When tobacco plants show signs of injury or abnormal growth, farmers often blame chemicals. But experts point out that, when used correctly, chemicals don’t harm tobacco plants, and other factors are often to blame for these plants’ maladies. Weather Woes Leaf injuries—curling, weather flecks, spots, etching or discoloration—result from a variety of […]

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Thinking Outside the Cigarette
June 29, 2016 |

Thinking Outside the Cigarette

By Chris Trlica The meteoric rise of genetic engineering technology, combined with tobacco’s relatively easy cultivation and propensity to flower, has launched tobacco into the spotlight as one of the most common plants for engineers to study and manipulate. Thanks to researchers, some tobacco plants can glow, others can have their flowering started or stopped […]

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Fungus Control With a New Mode of Action
June 29, 2016 |

Fungus Control With a New Mode of Action

By Julia Ellis When weather conditions are ideal for fungus growth, tobacco farmers now have one more tool to protect their plants. In early 2015, the Environmental Protection Agency registered Presidio fungicide for tobacco use. The advent of Presidio means farmers can use a suite of fungicides that attack pathogens like black shank and blue […]

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Going Electronic
June 29, 2016 |

Going Electronic

Why more growers are turning to electronic recordkeeping—and the options they might consider By Emmy Wade Every business owner should keep good records, and tobacco growers are no exception. In order to run a successful operation, financial statements, receipts and tax-deductible expenses are a weekly—if not daily—concern. In our electronic age, an increasing number of […]

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Topping Timetable
June 23, 2015 |

Topping Timetable

The Fair and Equitable Tobacco Reform Act of 2004 either bought out growers or freed them from quotas and restrictions. The end result: fewer tobacco growers planting more tobacco acres. Just four years after the buyout, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) reported flue-cured farms had increased in size by 50 percent, and burley farms […]

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Black Shank
June 16, 2015 |

Black Shank

Florida and Georgia witnessed the United States’ first black shank appearance in 1915. Having crept into Tennessee, Kentucky and North Carolina in the 1930s, black shank could be found in almost every flue-cured tobacco state by the year 2000, causing losses ranging from 1 to 2.5 percent per year in North Carolina alone. Are these […]

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