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The Burley tobacco plant can reach a height of 1.5 m, and its green color is slightly lighter than that of Virginia tobacco.

Burley tobacco requires heavy soils and stronger fertilizers than Virginia tobacco.

After harvesting, most of the sugar is extracted by the air drying process. The tobacco thus acquires its characteristic brown color.


It owes its name to the US state of Virginia where it was first cultivated. It is also called "blond tobacco" because of its yellow-orange color due to hot air drying which makes it easier to handle. product.

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