Whole Leaf Tobacco

Seeds from 2014 and 2015 available for trade

romanko

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I have the following seeds from this year and last year’s grows for trade, all were bagged and a pure strain.

Havana 608
Del Gold
Aztec Rustica
Zimmer
Harrow Velvet
Silver River
Bursa
Frog Eye Orinico
Hickory Pryor
Yellow Twist Bud

I’d like to trade for any other varieties, particularly wrapper and Orientals.

PM me. Thanks!
 

romanko

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Correction to my list, I don't have any Bursa or Yellow Twist Bud to trade, but after 8 hours of popping seed buds on Sunday I have a few additional varieties to offer, here is my complete revised list:

Havana 608
Del Gold
Aztec Rustica
Zimmer
Harrow Velvet
Silver River
Frog Eye Orinico
Hickory Pryor
White Stem Orinico
Maryland
Smoking Virginia
B.C. Virginia
Gold Dollar
Gold Seal Burley
Perique

Looking to trade for any other varieties, true strain seeds only.
Thanks!
 

romanko

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Wow, after reading some of the grow blogs, there are some interesting strains I'd eager try out next season, if anyone has the following strains to trade please PM me:

Perustitza
Prilep
Little Dutch
TN90
Black Sea Samson Madon
Izmer Ozbas
Costello Negro

thanks!
Roman.
 
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Hi, I'm new to tobacco but I do have some vegetable seeds. This will be my first year growing and I would like to make some Cavendish for my pipe. So any recommendations and/or trade possibilities? I have lots of organic vegetable seeds and true lavender and chamomile.
 

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For a good Cavendish I'd suggest growing a Flue cured variety. Virginia Brightleaf, Hickory Pryor, Virginia Gold etc. I'd also recommend sun curing (or flue curing) your leaves to preserve the sugars.
 
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