- Apr 12, 2021
- Ravenna, Ohio
I was curious if Oriental tobacco follows the same inverse proportionality of acidity vs. stalk position (lower position=higher acidity) that Virginia follows? Does this also apply to tobaccos that are more alkaline in nature? For example would a dark or burley tobacco produce more alkaline leaves toward the bottom of the stalk and less alkaline ones toward the top or does this only apply to acidity? Thanks for any help.