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 Post subject: Re: Variety Chart - Stating Member's Opinions On the Plant
PostPosted: Thu Oct 24, 2013 9:48 pm 
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look for posts by Deluxe Stogie.
He has made some excellent posts on the various strains.
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 Post subject: Re: Variety Chart - Stating Member's Opinions On the Plant
PostPosted: Fri Oct 25, 2013 5:38 am 
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I think a traditional use section would be great, a personal opinion wouldn't hurt either, there are enough blokes here to give an overall opinion of strains in their growing conditions. There is enough knowledge from growers to know if they overfead and had nitrate issues in their final smoke. Well grown and cured baccy can be rationalised into tastes and uses, this is not the domain of blenders but the blokes who put in the hard yards. It might even encourage the masses to try cultivation and also give the novice a starting point.

I have had more than 30 varieties going at some stages and have let them dwindle down to 10. This is comfortable to grow at home and each has its merits. I have spent several years with those strains and can give a quick run down for the said forum of pros and cons, I assume you guys can too.

I only see this as a plus especially for new growers looking to grow say, cigs or pipe. There is enough info here to even get some cavendish going.

Mixes of the grown baccy would also be a good deal, recipes so to speak. Especially from those who have tried them.


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