RE: Tobacco - Container Gardening
This site seems to be what you're looking for, the A.N Daly Tobacco site.
Unlike the usualy agricultural sites this seems to have hobbyist, home
Pennsylvania, as you probably know, has a rather extensive tobacco industry
which produces Italian style, dry, dark cigars, of which the Di Nobili
brand is the best known. I recall that this cigar was produced in the
This sort of dark, strong cigar is a favorite among NYC homicide detectives
because it is cheap, can be kept in your jacket pocket for months without it
going stale, and most importantly: when you have to spend time in an area
with a corpse, its' aroma covers up some of the cookie losing stench.
You may make inquiries of the Pennsylvania dept of agriculture (
Tobacco is a lovely plant with a distinctive leaf structure. Please be sure
that if you are growing it on your roof, the neighbors do not confuse it
with another plant that people chop up, roll and smoke. This could
precipitate a visit from officialdom. As Philadelphia is a city which has
been known to engage in Urban renewal by Air Strike ( re: MOVE) this may be
a matter for concern to you.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jonathan Scherer [SMTP:jscherer@CritPath.Org]
> Sent: Monday, June 12, 2000 9:48 AM
> Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: [cg] Tobacco - Container Gardening
> Does anybody know how tobacco would do in a container rooftop garden? Is
> now too late to plant seeds (I'm in Philadelphia)? How much space does
> tobacco require?
> I know this is a strange question... but any help / suggestions are
> greatly appreciated!!!
> Thanks, Jon
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