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KT 215 LC- **NEW** EXCLUSIVE
A late maturing upright variety with exceptional resistance to black shank, both race 0 and race 1. KT 215 LC has a very high resistance to Fusarium wilt, black root rot and wildfire, but has no resistance to viruses. It is among the highest weight in all the field tests and has a very good curing ability to a tan or reddish color.
NC 7 LC
A late maturing variety with high yield potential with 20 leaves after topping. NC 7 has high resistance to race 0 black shank, medium resistance to race I black shank, and medium resistance to Fussarium wilt. This variety has high resistance to tobacco vein mottling virus, black root rot, tobacco mosaic virus, Potato Virus Y, wildfire and root knot nematodes.
KT 212 LC
An early maturing variety, with moderate race 1 black shank resistance, KT 212 LC matures 8-10 days earlier than other KT varieties. The maturity, yield and quality are comparable to ms KY 14x18 LC, but it has significantly higher race 1 black shank resistance. KT 212 LC also has moderate resistance to fusarium wilt and high resistance to race 0 black shank, black root rot, wildfire and tobacco mosaic virus; however it is susceptible to blue mold and tobacco vein mottling virus, tobacco etch virus, and potato virus Y.
KT 209 LC
A late maturing upright variety with high yield potential, very similar to KT 206 LC. KT 209 LC has the highest resistance to black shank (Race 0 and I) of any burley in the Industry. It has the highest resistance to black root rot, resistant to wildfire, tobacco mosaic virus, tobacco vein mottling virus, and tobacco etch virus. This variety has large plants, but has potential for very good quality and is expected to be a very popular burley.