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Published by U.S. G.P.O. in [Washington, D.C.] .
Written in English

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  • Tobacco industry -- United States

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Edition Notes

StatementU.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Agricultural Adjustment Administration
ContributionsUnited States. Agricultural Adjustment Administration
The Physical Object
Pagination8 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15488847M

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  Recently, the announcements of the MUWAT Kentucky Fire Cured and Leccia Tobacco Black have put a new phrase into many cigar enthusiasts’ lexicon – fire curing. Both of these releases will make use of tobacco that undergoes this process. While fire cured tobacco is not something new, these announcements are significant because they are the first major premium cigar releases that will. Program Administration () Program Products () Program Evaluations () Program Evaluations () Underwriting () Underwriting () Loss Adjustment Standards () Loss Adjustment Cigar Filler, Cigar Wrapper, Dark Air Cured, Fire Cured, Flue Cured, and Maryland. Sales Closing Dates* *Program may not be available. 5. Section 3 G.1 (3), Example 2, pg. Changed flue-cured to fire-cured since this section is specific to tobacco types other than burley or flue-cured. 6. Section 3 G.1 (5) (b), pgs. 11 and Revised tobacco type from flue-cured to fire- cured and revised figures in the examples to reflect fire-cured tobacco since this section is specific to. for administering the Tobacco crop insurance program /s. OPI: Product Administration and Standards Division Production Worksheet example: Added an example for Fire-Cured tobacco. February FCIC TP 2. TOBACCO LOSS ADJUSTMENT STANDARDS HANDBOOK This handbook replaces the Tobacco Loss Adjustment Standards Handbook, FCIC.

  The lease cannot exceed five years For fire-cured, dark air cured and Virginia sun-cured tobacco, the owner or operator of an 'old farm' with an allotment may sell or lease it to another farm (old or new farm) in the same county (in the same state for Virginia fire-cured (type 21) or Virginia sun-cured (type 37) tobacco). The World Bank’s Agricultural Sector Adjustment Credit (ASAC) program further aimed to reduce elite control over the tobacco industry by liberalising the burley growing sector. Through a pilot programme during the – season, smallholder farmers were registered to grow burley with a maximum quota of kilograms per farmer. The voluntary wheat certificate program begun in was extended with only limited changes. The rice program was continued, but an acreage diversion program similar to wheat was to be effective whenever the national acreage allotment for rice was reduced below the figure. - 16 - The Act established a Cropland Adjustment Program. Multiply the sum from Step 2 times the farm's average yield for , , and to get the farm special tobacco combination pounds total. 4: Add the sum from Step 1 to the sum from Step 3. 5: Multiply any acres leased times the applicable BQL adjustment factor: (i) Fire-cured (type 21) (ii) Fire-cured (types

  Undergraduate applicants from tobacco farms in the southeastern United States have priority in the selection of Bond Scholarship recipients. Scholarships will be awarded to in-state students ($1, per year) and out-of-state students ($3, per year) and continue as long as the student maintains a “B” average. overcast conditions, tobacco may require three to four hours or more to wilt with little risk of sunburn. Cutting the tobacco AGR‑ Harvesting, Curing, and Preparing Dark Fire‑Cured Tobacco for Market Andy Bailey, Department of Plant and Soil Sciences late in the afternoon and allowing it to lie overnight before spiking can also. SEC. TERMINATION OF TOBACCO QUOTA PROGRAM AND RELATED PROVISIONS. (a) MARKETING QUOTAS.—Part I of subtitle B of title III of the Agricultural Adjustment Act of (7 U.S.C. et seq.) is repealed. (b) TOBACCO INSPECTIONS.—Section of the Tobacco Adjust-ment Act of (7 U.S.C. r) is repealed. Tobacco is the common name of several plants in the Nicotiana genus and the Solanaceae (nightshade) family, and the general term for any product prepared from the cured leaves of the tobacco plant. More than 70 species of tobacco are known, but the chief commercial crop is N. more potent variant N. rustica is also used around the world.. Tobacco contains the highly addictive.