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Physical properties of leaf tobacco. I. Relationship between physical properties of flue-cured leaves and transplanting dates, stalk positions and priming dates.



Physical properties of leaf tobacco. I. Relationship between physical properties of flue-cured leaves and transplanting dates, stalk positions and priming dates.



Bull Hatano Tob. Exp. Stat, 52, 77-89. bibl. 8



Studies are reported on Yellow tobacco leaves from plants planted on different dates and primed from various stalk positions at different stages of growth. Significant correlations were found between moisture-retaining capacity, elasticity and total sugar content in fully ripe leaves but not in unripe leaves primed 20 days after topping.

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