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HanriBiotech offers high-purity nicotine (>99.9%) and varieties of tobacco leaves including Flue-cured, Sun-cured, Air-cured, Dark air-cured tobaccos. By applying state of the art high-tech equipment, HanriBiotech uses fully automated greenhouse to grow young plant, with automated control of temperature and humidity, automated irrigation and fertilization etc. Tobacco growing is also equipped with automated soil status monitoring, automated irrigation, and pesticide using drones as needed. 

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Flue-cured Virginia tobacco, which is also known as Virginia Tobacco or Bright Leaf, is a type of tobacco that is cured using supplemental heat. Originally the heat was supplied into the curing barn via flue pipes (from which the name Flue-Cured Tobacco is derived) that heated the air to cure and dry the leaves. FCV tobacco plants commonly have leaves that are darker green in color during growth, due to a high chlorophyll content, and thicker compared to Burley, but normally lighter in color and thinner than Dark Fire-Cured and Dark Air-Cured tobacco types. FCV tobacco leaves are harvested by priming, where individual leaves are removed from the growing plant as they mature and ripen in the field. Harvested leaves are placed onto sticks or encased into racks or boxes for curing. As the leaves lose their moisture during curing, they develop their sweet aroma, texture, and color. Cured leaves typically range in color from a light yellow to a dark orange. FCV is mostly used in cigarettes, Roll-Your-Own (RYO), and Make-Your-Own (MYO) products, but may be utilized in other manufactured tobacco products as well.


FLUE-CURED VIRGINIA TOBACCO (FCV)


Sun-Cured tobaccos are a diverse group of tobacco types where the cured leaves are exposed to direct sunlight during the curing process. The curing process is highly variable across the numerous sun-cured tobacco types, from individual leaves being exposed in direct sunlight to freshly harvested leaves being chopped into a cut-rag and cured in

direct sunlight on mats to clusters of leaves being sewed onto strings or sticks and cured on sun drenched frames.

SUN-CURED TOBACCO


Air-cured tobaccos are a group of tobacco types and sub-types that are typically cured in ventilated barns under natural atmospheric conditions with little to no supplemental heat added - only air. Air-cured tobaccos can be further divided into Dark Air-Cured (DAC) and Light Air-Cured (LAC) tobacco types. Air-cured tobaccos can either be primed harvested where individual leaves are removed from the growing plant as they mature and ripen in the field, or stalk-cut harvested where the entire plant is harvested at once by cutting the plants stalk at ground level with the leaves attached to the stalk. Depending upon the air-cured tobacco type and method of harvest, the air-curing process takes between three to twelve weeks and results in light tan to reddish-brown to deep brown leaf color. There are several different types and sub-types of DAC tobaccos grown around the world and this broad diversity allows them to be used in many different manufactured tobacco products such as American blend cigarettes, cigar, moist snuff, snus, chewing, Roll-Your-Own (RYO), Make-Your-Own (MYO), and water pipe products.

DARK AIR-CURED TOBACCO


Burley is a type of Light Air-Cured tobacco typically cured in ventilated barns under natural atmospheric conditions with little to no supplemental heat added - only air. Burley is the second most popular tobacco type grown around the world. In general, Burley tobacco leaves are lighter green in color during growth, due to a lower chlorophyll content, and thinner compared to most other air-cured tobaccos and Flue-Cured tobacco types. Burley tobacco can either be primed harvested where individual leaves are removed from the growing plant as they mature and ripen in the field, or stalk-cut harvested where the entire plant is harvested at once by cutting the plants stalk at ground level with the leaves attached to the stalk. Burley curing takes between three to twelve weeks and results in light tan to reddish-brown leaf color. Burley is most commonly used in American blend cigarettes, Roll-Your-Own (RYO), and Make-Your-Own (MYO) products, but may be utilized in other manufactured tobacco products as well.


BURLEY TOBACCO (BU)


Greater than 99.9% purity, extracted from tobacco leaves. Nicotine is a naturally produced alkaloid in the nightshade family of plants (most predominantly in tobacco ) and is widely used recreationally as a stimulant and anxiolytic.


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