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»All Archives | 1st Quarter, Feb 06
Which is more cost-effective: ammonium or nitrate nitrogen fertilization of tobacco?
On July 8, 1996, a young lady named Lori Schipper joined the staff of The Flue-Cured Tobacco Farmer.
Down in the Old Belt
A new documentary about tobacco farmers in the U.S. Old Belt growing region paints a colorful picture of tobacco-farming culture.
The Flue-Cured Tobacco Cooperative Stabilization Corporation’s plant is up and running, and, according to company leadership, the facility’s performance is exceeding initial expectations.
Half right on light
December’s decision by the Illinois Supreme Court to reverse damages in the Price case is at least half right.
North Carolina disease report
Tomato spotted wilt caused the highest disease loss in 2005 with losses reported at 3.9 percent, according to a North Carolina State University Extension report.
Reynolds American President and CEO Susan Ivey is optimistic about the company’s future direction.
U.S. Supreme Court won’t review disgorgement claim
The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that it will not hear the government’s appeal of its disgorgement claim in the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) case against the industry.
Universal closes plant in Danville, Virginia
Universal Leaf North America closed its tobacco processing facility in Danville, Virginia, USA.