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    Re: Jupiter Burley

    I came to the same conclusion, Bob.
    Next year I won't remove PVY infected plants. I will let them grow, there is always some leaves to harvest. The only question is : will these leaves be good ? I will know in a few months.

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    Re: Jupiter Burley

    Necrotic areas of the lamina are never useful. Leaves with dozens of tiny holes seldom cure properly. But even undersized leaves from Frenching may cure to decent leaf.

    Bob

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    Re: Jupiter Burley

    Very good as always Bob!Charly I can't found the my disruption for Harrow velvet, but then I started to thinkThat that would not help you even if I would find it. I mean you already have that variant and even if I tell it that it would not have any problem..But you can take a look at this: https://www.apsnet.org/publications/...e79n02_152.pdf

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    Re: Jupiter Burley

    Quote Originally Posted by Hasse SWE View Post
    I can tell that I have growing one variant that have bigger or longer leaf's than Burley Jupiter and that Is MD#64 (Maryland#64). But that didn't get that wide as Jupiter. And the leaf don't give the same Wight (if you look at Amersfoort they seems to look pretty similar). I also grow BMC#24 and they have big leaf but in my garden (this season) they are smaller than Jupiter. Perhaps I should say that I don't have topping any of my tobacco..
    Amersfoort is indeed a Maryland type, originally

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