When do you harvest tobacco plants?

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Tobacco harvesting should be done when the plants start to flower and the leaves starts to turn yellow. Harvest it when the tobacco leaves ripen.
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1. Begin the harvest about 60 days after transplanting. Harvest tobacco leaves from the bottom up. Each leaf has a different chemical content based on its position on the stem, and
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The stage of maturity and the methods of harvesting differ with the type of tobacco. The right stage for harvesting the crop is when the leaves are mature, i.e., when the normal green
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How to Harvest Tobacco
Harvesting tobacco is a complicated and exact science. Your schedule for harvesting tobacco leaves depends on various factors, including the variety and type of the tobacco, the age of the leaf, the contents of the water at harvest and the position of... More »
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