▷▷ Grow Tobacco Seeds – Free Seeds

by Assistant on January 23, 2010

To get 250 FREE Tobacco seeds go to www.tobaccoplants.info

Growing faq

Is it easy to grow my own tobacco ?
Yes, but the tobacco plants require only a little more care and attention than some other plants. Follow the very clear instructions provided with every pack of free tobacco seeds  and your success is guaranteed. After your first crop of tobacco, the second will benefit from your experiences and the seeds will have acclimatised to your local soil.

How do I grow these plants ?
Tobacco seeds initially require temperatures of 70-80°F, so start growing them in a propogator. Alternatively, you can place a covered seed tray in a warm cupboard for 7 to 10 days. Once at the seedling stage, a recommended 55°F is required to bring them on. You may wish to transplant the seedlings into small pots and keep them indoors for this stage. For 10-12 weeks after this period, they are grown outside (in frost free conditions) as normal.

What type of soil do I need ?
Most soils will suit your plants, with the exception of heavy clay which needs breaking up with peat. Tobacco even thrives on poor sandy soil where other plants often fail. Plenty of water must be available as tobacco plants are a thirsty crop. You will find that your second year’s crop will adjust to your soil and conditions and often produce better tobacco.

What equipment do I need ?
As mentioned, you will require a propagator, unless you have outdoor temperatures of 22°C to 27°C. You will also need land to plant out – your garden will do just fine. Ideally you could use a greenhouse for a simple, effective and inexpensive way to cure your tobacco. If you do not have a greenhouse, you can build a curing chamber with a floor area of 1m², which cures 40lb tobacco in as little as 4 weeks.

Do climate and weather conditions matter ?
The British climate is ideal for tobacco growth and hotter climates present no problem. However, much colder environments do run a risk of some crop failure, so please bear this in mind! If you take care with your first crop, then your second and successive crops should acclimatise to your local climate. In high wind areas the plants should be staked out, and in very wet areas plant on raised ridges to allow for drainage.

To get 250 FREE Tobacco seeds go to www.tobaccoplants.info

To get 250 FREE Tobacco seeds go to www.tobaccoplants.info

Article Source:http://www.articlesbase.com/branding-articles/-tobacco-seeds-sale-1771976.html

Technorati Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Previous post:

Next post: