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Whole Leaf Tobacco

Tobacco getting over ripe

BigBonner

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Here is a mystery plant and I have no idea what it is . I always threw my scrap tobacco in my flower bed to compost .
This one took off growing under the roofs eave , along side of the porch . It received no direct sunshine and little to no water all summer long . It has no suckers , small stalk with good size leaves and is over 6 ft tall . Bloom cluster is small .
I am just curious as to what type it is .

 

deluxestogie

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#22
If you got that one from ChinaVoodoo, then the variety is called "UNK". Whatever it is, it looks like it's grown some nice shade wrappers. Wide, thin, droopy leaves with a nice vein angle.

Bob
 

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I like mystery plants. On the other hand I don't like seeds without a variety name attached to it. Anyway, that looks like a very decent plant. I'd be harvesting those bottom leafs soon!
 
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