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Crop Profile for Tobacco in North Carolina. 1999. See www.ipmcenters.org/cropprofiles/docs/nctobacco.html

Taylor, Edward G. 1999. Grow your own tobacco. Countryside & Small Stock Journal. Vol. 83, No. 2. p. 67–69. Contact: Countryside, Reprints, W11564 State Hwy. 64, Withee, WI 54498-9323.

University of Kentucky. 2008. Tobacco Information On-Line. Database. www.uky.edu/ag/TobaccoProd/ pubs_variety.htm

Tobacco in the United States. USDA Farmers Bulletin* No. 867.

Basic information on culture, harvesting, curing, mar- ket preparation, storage and aging, manufacturing,

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Tobacco: Methods of curing tobacco. USDA Farm- ers’ Bulletin* No. 60. 1898. 15 p. Available from J.L.Hudson, Seedsman Co., Redwood City Seed Co.

Wechsler, Debbie. 1999. Raising organic tobacco. Carolina Farm Stewardship Ass’n Journal. Vol. 19, No. 2. p. 1.

Whitty, E.B. 2005. Growing Tobacco in the Home Garden. Florida Ext. http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/AA260

Wilson, Gilbert L. 1987. Buffalo Bird Woman’s Garden. Minnesota Historical Society Press, St. Paul, MN. 152 p. A sequel to this book has recently been published. Also, J.L. Hudson lists two additional titles of interest: Tobacco among the Karuk Indians of Cal fornia (1929) and The Tobacco Society of the Crow Indians (1919).

*Note: University libraries designated as U.S. Government Document Repositories also have Farmers’ Bulletins archived.

Organic Tobacco Production By George Kuepper and Raeven Thomas Updated by Katherine Adam NCAT Agriculture Specialist

Cathy Svejkovsky, Editor Amy Smith, Production

This publication is available on the Web at: www.attra.ncat.org/attra-pub/tobacco.html or www.attra.ncat.org/attra-pub/PDF/tobacco.pdf

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