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How to grow cigars
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wbrian
Posted 7/24/2013 9:37 AM (#384434 - in reply to #356304)
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OK, so out of all the plants I sowed, I have several that are growing worthy of continuing the experiment. Unfortunately my best plant was just ravaged by horn worms. I mean, devastated! What kind of insecticide can be used? I may try to salvage that plant, as it's root system is nice and strong. I will post photos one of these days...
Thanks for any tips you cab give!
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Posted 7/24/2013 9:46 AM (#384440 - in reply to #356304)
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Question off topic....how can you grow more then one type of tobacco without cross pollination or do u grow one ken year and the other next year and so forth to make a good cigar?
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Posted 7/28/2013 1:41 PM (#385600 - in reply to #356304)
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I have two types growing near each other. I'm not looking to get seed from them, so I don't care if they cross pollinate or not. But I'm sure that people who do this more seriously than my little experiment care, probably.

here are some pics of my "crop" so far. Also some shots of an evil horn worm and the ravage he and four of his friends have done to my best plant...

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Posted 7/28/2013 1:42 PM (#385601 - in reply to #356304)
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I'll post the pics in a bit, have to upload them to flickr first...
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Posted 7/28/2013 1:48 PM (#385604 - in reply to #356304)
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http://www.flickr.com/photos/8636991@N02/9385358883/
My former "Best Plant"

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nasty little bugger eating my crop!

http://www.flickr.com/photos/8636991@N02/9385359349/
'nuther shot of the hornworm's, right before it's last breath and mouthful...
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Posted 7/28/2013 1:54 PM (#385610 - in reply to #356304)
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cool...I bee keep, have an acre garden, and well we do a little of everything...the idea of being able to grow good quality cigars myself for a little fun would be really...well fun
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