Cured Tobacco

Some articles on tobacco, cured tobacco, cured, tobaccos:

Agriculture In Malawi - History of Agriculture - Colonial Period
... Tobacco and a local variety of cotton were grown widely ... a large proportion of many of these crops (particularly tobacco) was produced by Africans, either as smallholders on Crown land or as tenants on the estates ... and droughts led to its decline in favour of tobacco and cotton ...
Cultivation Of Tobacco - Global Production - Major Producers - Brazil
... In Brazil around 135,000 family farmers cite tobacco production as their main economic activity ... Tobacco has never exceeded 0.7% of the country’s total cultivated area ... regions of Brazil, Virginia and Amarelinho flue-cured tobacco as well as Burley and Dark (Galpao Comun) air-cured tobacco are produced ...
Nicotiana Tabacum - Curing and Aging
... After tobacco is harvested, it is cured (dried), and then aged to improve its flavor ... There are four common methods of curing tobacco air curing, fire curing, flue curing, and sun curing ... The curing method used depends on the type of tobacco and its intended use ...
Tobacco - Production - Curing
... Main article Curing of tobacco Curing and subsequent aging allow for the slow oxidation and degradation of carotenoids in tobacco leaf ... This produces certain compounds in the tobacco leaves, and gives a sweet hay, tea, rose oil, or fruity aromatic flavor that contributes to the "smoothness ... Inhalation of these AGEs in tobacco smoke contributes to atherosclerosis and cancer ...
Tobacco - Biology - Types
... Main article Types of tobacco There are a number of types of tobacco including, but are not limited to Aromatic fire-cured is cured by smoke from open fires ... Fire-cured tobacco grown in Kentucky and Tennessee are used in some chewing tobaccos, moist snuff, some cigarettes, and as a condiment in pipe ... Another fire-cured tobacco is Latakia, which is produced from oriental varieties of N ...

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    My excuse for not lecturing against the use of tobacco is, that I never chewed it; that is a penalty which reformed tobacco-chewers have to pay; though there are things enough I have chewed which I could lecture against.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    I am now quite cured of seeking pleasure in society, be it country or town. A sensible man ought to find sufficient company in himself.
    Emily Brontë (1818–1848)