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Varieties of Burley tobacco

Varieties of Burley tobacco

Tobacco Yearbook: 28-29

The characteristics are given of the Burley varieties KY9, KY10, KY14, KY15, KY17, VA509, VA528, MS Burley 21 X KY9, MS Burley 21 X KY10, MS Burley 37 X L8, MS Burley 21 X L8, MS KY12 X L8 and MS KY14 X L8, the one-sucker tobacco KY160 and the fire-cured and air-cured varieties KY171, DF300 and DF911.

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