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latest batch out of flue chamber

ringanator

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Hey guys just wanted to share some pictures of my flue cured Canadian virgina.....tell me what you think. I want to say thank you to this community without all of your guys knowledge this would have never been successful. Thanks again
 

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Here against some green grass. I think the darker brown spots are caused by not enough air circulation within the flue chamber...but all in all I am pretty happy....I will add more circulation fans and see if it helps

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Mais oui! Ze bright sunlight ploy! It allows me to see just how beautifully colored your tobacco is. Excellent job. The lamina should feel like a calf skin glove.

Bob
 

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This is the big gem I got in leaf dry now tomorrow I will switch to steam dry as I will not be fermenting these batches the picture turn out a bit darker then it actually is
 

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Looks Super to me Congrations, I hope to get some cured this yr.
 

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if not you can cure some of mine lol.. got another 200 lbs to go not including the sucker crop that is growing this year lol
I was thinking you can do my crop for me.
I don't think I am going to have time to. Still haven't even had time to mess with the steamer. :mad:
 
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