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Leaf characteristics of four flue-cured tobacco varieties according to stalk position. 2. Physical properties



Leaf characteristics of four flue-cured tobacco varieties according to stalk position. 2. Physical properties



Tobacco International, 173: 12, 51-52



Quality characteristics of leaves from 8 stalk positions in 4 were measured. The fire-holding capacity decreased from bottom to top of the plant, except for the bottom leaf. Thickness and trichome number generally increased towards the top of the plant. Upper leaves were darker than lower leaves and also had a higher moisture equilibrium at 25 degrees C and 60% r.h.

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