You should be able to stalk cure those with no trouble at all.
Wanna work out a trade for some flowers? I'm having some cigars made for some of the girls in the neighborhood and want to put some tobacco flowers in for them.
I have had excellent results sun-curing several varieties of stalk-cut orientals. I twist some aluminum wire on the base of each stalk, to form a hook. I hung them on the clothes line, and brought them into the shed whenever rain threatened. I've done that with Prilep, Cyprus Oriental, Cyprus Latakia and Xanthi-yaka.
Yeah, you guys with that thick southern air can probably sun cure pretty successfully.
DG, a quart baggie will be plenty.
Any transparent plastic sheet, set up like a dining fly or dining canopy, can be used to sun-cure primed or stalk-cut tobacco, and will prevent exposure to rain, while allowing the leaf to catch all those photons. High humidity actually assists in allowing the leaf to cure, instead of immediately drying to green (the biggest risk of sun-curing).