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DaveC

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Well maybe for the east.

I will start my seedlings around April 1st and since I will start to much like always...

This year, I will be growing

Turkish Ismir
YTB
PA Red
Big Gem
Catterton
Bright leaf
Havana 142
NB11
Burley from seedgnome

If you wish something that is not in the list, just ask.
 

skychaser

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Seedgnomes burley is Monte Calme Yellow. Good plant with large thick leaves. Mature plants have decent frost resistance, for a tobacco.
 

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Thanks

So I will have Monte Calme Yellow.
I just remember that I also have Monte Calme Brun.

What's the difference between Brun and Yellow?
 

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What's the difference between Brun and Yellow?
MCY: Cream colored stem, flowers in approximately 57 days, leaves average about 12x30 inches
MCB: Green colored stem, flowers in approximately 57 days, leaves are massive, averaging 17x30 inches.
 
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