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A Few Helpful Tips In Growing Tobacco

Posted by admin | Posted in Growing Tobacco | Posted on 23-07-2011


You can receive a lot of enjoyment from growing your own tobacco plants, they are beneficial for the tobacco that is produced, and they are easy to grow. If you are contemplating growing your own tobacco, you will find that these plants offer not only the advantage of being able to smoke the tobacco that is grown from the plants, but there are many varieties that also produce beautiful blooms and lush foliage that is wonderful when it is used for landscape design.

Here are a few tips that can be beneficial in growing not only great looking, but also productive tobacco plants.

·For the initial 8 to 10 days, it is best to grow the plants indoors, and keeping them covered
·It is best to start growing the plants approximately 5 weeks before the last frost
·Plants should be planted in soil that is fertilized and thoroughly cultivated
·Charcoal grill ashes and wood ashes are great sources for potash and nitrogen
·Use insecticides that penetrate the surface area for pests
·Tobacco plants thrive with plenty of watering


If you would like to grow tobacco plants specifically for ornamental purposes, consider the Jasmine and the Rose varieties, as these are well known for producing beautiful flowers that are pleasing to the eye.

There are many different types of seeds that are available for smoking the tobacco grown, such as Havana (Nicotiana tabacum) and Yellow Twist Bud (Nicotiana tabacum).

Comments

  1. How about tips on cultivation to rolled cigarette tips

  2. I live in Hawaii…and, my husband and I have decided to try our hand at growing our own tabacco. We ran across several plants at a friends coffee mill, and with his permission, we pulled up several plants. My question is, what are the chances of these plants surviving? We immediatly transplanted them in large pots with Miracle Grow organic potting soil. We are planning on moving them to a higher elevation in a couple of weeks to a friends farm. The plants seemed to be pretty stressed out today…just wondering what tips ytou may have for us??? Thanks!

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