1. Tob. Reporter, 1994, 121-2, p. 59-63. Tob. Sci, 1994, 38, p. 9-13, ISSN.0361-5693

    Nine years continuous tobacco monocropping compared with alternative cropping frequencies and sequences. Part 2. Effects on soil chemical properties

    LITTLEMORE J.; TONELLO P.E.; RASMUSSEN T.S.
    Quality Assurance Services, Standards Australia, Spring Hill, Queensland, Australia
    Flue-cured tobacco, Nicotiana tabacum L., was grown on a granitic soil (Palestaulf) in Australia for 9 years. Crop rotation treatments for this study were continuous tobacco (1:1), tobacco grown every other year (1:2), and tobacco grown every fourth...
  2. Tob. Reporter, 1991, 118-2, p. 11-9, ISSN.0361-5693

    Development of a theoretical model to predict the efficiency of flavor adsorption for tobacco cut-filler

    NAKANISHI Y.
    Japan Tobacco Inc., Tobacco Science Research Center, Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan.
    Historically, processes for the application of volatile flavors to tobacco cut-filler materials has depended solely on an adsorption process. Results from the author's study, employing both theoretical and empirical approaches, have indicated that...
  3. Tob. Reporter, 1991, 118-4, p. 68-74. Tob. Sci, 1991, 35, p. 28-31, ISSN.0361-5693

    Pesticide residues and metal contents in flue-cured tobacco leaf, Ontario, 1986-88

    FRANK R.; BRAUN H.E.; CLEGG S.B.
    Agric. Lab. Service Branch, Ontario Ministry of Argiculture and Food, c/o Univ. of Guelph, Ontario, Canada.
    Between 1986 and 1988, 30 Ontario farms growing flue-cured tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum L.) were surveyed for their annual pesticide applications, and their cured tobacco crops were sampled for analysis of pesticide residues and toxic metals. The use...