Search Results

6 results

  1. CORESTA Congress, Paris, 2006, AP 32

    Research and education efforts to support expansion of burley tobacco production into non-traditional areas in North Carolina

    SMITH W.D.; FISHER L.R.; PARKER R.G.; BOYETTE M.D.; ELLINGTON G.H.
    North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, USA
    From 1938 through 2004, the production of Burley, flue-cured and other tobacco types was limited to specific regions in the U.S.A. However, as a result of deregulation legislation adopted in October 2004, tobacco types can now be produced in any region of ...
  2. CORESTA Congress, Paris, 2006, APOST 07

    Genetic improvement of Nicotiana tabacum by applying remote hybridization and biotechnological methods

    NIKOVA V.; IANCHEVA A.M.; VLADOVA R.; PANDEVA R.; PETKOVA A.
    Bulgarian Academy of Science, Institute of Genetics, Sofia, Bulgaria.
    Wild Nicotiana species possess a high potential of useful features. Interspecific hybridization is a very effective method for the introducing of desired characters into tobacco and achieving crop improvement. Its successful realization is limited due to ...
  3. CORESTA Congress, Paris, 2006, APOST 24

    Color and aroma of tobacco: a facilitated approach for their objective evaluation in Oriental tobaccos and for cultivar classification within Virginia and Oriental tobacco types

    DAGNON S.; EDREVA A.; VLADOVSKA A.
    Tobacco and Tobacco Products Institutes, Plovdiv, Bulgaria; D. Kostov Inst. of Genetics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria.
    In the routine practice the evaluation of colour and smoke aroma, major qualitative characteristics of tobacco, is mainly based on organoleptic estimates by expert panels, with this suffering from subjectivity, high costs and health hazards. We propose a ...
  4. CORESTA Congress, Paris, 2006, PPOST 10

    Evaluating phytotoxicity and efficacy of azoxystrobin applications on burley and flue-cured tobacco diseases in North Carolina

    MILA A.L.; IVORS K.L.; GUTIÉRREZ W.A.
    North Carolina State University, Don Ellis Labs, Raleigh, NC, USA
    Currently the most important foliar diseases of tobacco in North Carolina (NC) are target spot, caused by Rhizoctonia solani, and blue mold, caused by Peronospora tabacina. Reported problems caused by target spot have gradually increased in frequency; ...