I use the traditional method. Using a packing needle, I sew the leaves to a 4 foot lath, and hang them in a shed formerly used to cure tobacco. I pierce the leaf midrib with the needle and use strong string. About 50 leaves to a lath. Loop the string over the lath every 6 leaves or so.I guess the title says it all. What ways have you found good to hang tobacco for air drying in a shed?
I used .6mm MIG wire and found it tended to rust through very quickly resulting with picking leaves up on a daily basis so if you do use this try .8 or 1mm wireI live in the city and fence wire isn't something I see on the shelf. I use MIG welding wire which is available at the home depot, and I believe costs less than fence wire. Couldn't have been more than ten bucks for a lifetime supply. I also do the paperclip thing, except I have staples in dowels that they hook into, rather than hanging on a line.