Named Tobacco Seed Mix
Little Crittenden Tobacco Seed
This tobacco was typically used for chewing in Kentucky, but was also used in pipes and cigars. Little Crittenden has long, thin, slender leaves with a semi-erect growing habit. Typically air-cured, but can be useed as a fire-cured type. Little Crittenden matures mid to late season.
Florida Sumatra Tobacco Seed
Makes an excellent wrapper for cigars or filler. Air-cured. Makes a very smooth smoking cigar. A real favorite.
Gold Dollar Tobacco Seed
A flue cured type that makes excellent pipe or cigarette blending. Excellent for those with a short growing season.
Small Stock BM
Really don't know a great deal about this variety, but it did survive this winter untouched.
Tennessee Red Leaf
Very fast growing and wonderfully high yielding. Tennessee red leaf is a tobacco with large leaves that cure to a reddish color. Makeas an excellent cigarette and pipe blend.
Bred in Canada around 1980 by crossing wild tobacco (N. rustica) with two popular American tobacco varieties, Hicks Broadleaf tobacco and Virginia 115 tobacco. This cross produced a plant that was a high-yielding, high-nicotine cultivar that was widely adopted by growers. Delgold tobacco is still considered one of the better yielding flue-cured varieties available on the market today.
This a great way to start your own tobacco collection.