Welcome to Grow Tobacco!

GrowTobacco.net is a new site that aims to provide the latest info on how you can grow tobacco at home at your own convenience. With the high prices of tobacco products, growing your own tobacco is the smart alternative.

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Welcome to Grow Tobacco!

Posted by admin | Posted in Site News & Updates | Posted on 15-07-2008

Today (July 16, 2008) is the official opening date of GrowTobacco.net! :) I hope to post and share as much information as I can on how you can grow tobacco at home, the benefits and advantages of growing your own tobacco, and other relevant information on the subject.

With the prices of tobacco products these days, why not learn to grow tobacco at home and save a great deal of money?

Please keep checking out the site. I hope to be posting information on a regular basis, so keep your eyes out.


  1. Thanks for opening this website. I just want to have more information about how efficiently to grow tabacco and have good market for it. Thanks again. Bye annd see u later.

  2. hey im looking into growing my own and was wondering if you could give me any tips on how to get started. i live in northern utah so i dont even know if tobacco will grow here but i figured i would give it a shot:-)

  3. I am not a smoker for the past two years because of an injury I sustained,but I feel the information here is very beneficial to others , so I am going to pass it along to as many that are interested in growing their own affordably.Thank You !

  4. i have been smoking roll your owns for years because it was cheap, not anymore, in march of 09 a 6 oz bag of tobacco cost me $8.50 the first it went up to $22.50. Well i decided to grow my own, and i just got the seeds out of the u.k. because i could not find any company in the us that had any for sale they were sold out iguess i am not the only one that growing thier own.

  5. I drink beer, therefore I brew my own because it is so much more rewarding. I also smoke, much to the chagrin of my wife, so growing my own seems to me to be a natural progression. Thanks for the info.

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