I will do that. t/ysearch delgold threads started by me, i uploaded a pdf on it.
I pondered that and thought it would also add another dimension to the experience as each plant has a different evolution so to speak, so I'm looking forward to trying some of his commercial too.Organic tobacco works to get its food and commercial tobacco has fertilizers pushing the growth .
I think that is a good ratio: 2 parts Bright Leaf to 1 part Burley and 1 part Turkish. That's pretty close to my favorite ratio.Thanks guys. If I may ask a few more questions. I'm dyslexic so sometimes information registers a bit differently/I take lots of notes. Just so I can sort this out~
Is bright leaf always flue cured?
Va Gold...also flue cured?
I'll be ordering from Larry this week. Had to wrap my head around what's what/what to try. He has organic BL, Burley and Turkish. I'm still vacillating on how many pounds of Turk. I'm thinking 4# of BL bc seems like it goes with everything as a base. Then of course Burley 2 or 3#, and undecided on Turk but probably 2 pounds. I want to have a general mixer basis and then add a few other flavors for blending. Hub likes the stronger mixes/I lean towards milder but I absolutely love nicotine and the N rush. Larry says burley red tip has more nicotine so a pound of that.