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Leaf & tobacco processing

A knotty nematode problem for tobacco

25 Aug 2020. Nematodes are tiny roundworms inhabiting the soil from where they invade, colonise and damage roots of a wide spectrum of crop plants, including tobacco. The plant host range includes the tomato and potato which are closely related to tobacco. TJI correspondent Dr Terry Mabbett gives an overview on the plant pests and how to fight them.
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Corona threatens Africa’s tobacco industry

25 Aug 2020. Africa’s tobacco industry has not been spared the adverse impact of the deadly COVID-19 disease as control measures by governments in the region now threaten to stall trade in the commodity in the short and medium term, writes TJI Africa correspondent Shem Oirere.
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Upgrades and shutdowns at STG

25 Aug 2020. The Scandinavian Tobacco Group (STG) is integrating newly acquired Agio Cigars into its business which means plant upgrades and shutdowns of selected facilities. TJI correspondent Jaroslaw Adamowski takes a look at the latest developments.
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Achieving sustainability in tobacco growing

25 Aug 2020. The United Nations (UN) has made it a top priority to lead the world through the ‘Green ‧Transition’. International Tobacco Growers‘ Association (ITGA) analyst José Antunes takes a closer look at what can be done to make the tobacco ‧industry more sustainable.
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Aroma at its best

25 Aug 2020. Flavour is one of the finer components in the tobacco supply chain. With a growing list of product categories all requiring different solutions, the business of supplying flavours remains diverse. TJI takes a closer look at Indonesia, where a specific aroma is particularly important.
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