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" They are then tied up in bundles of four maunds each, wrapped round with straw, and are then fit for the market ; if not immediately sold, they are stowed away in some dry place. If the leaves are not of a good colour, the cultivator may, before opening... "
The Cultivation and Curing of Tobacco in Bengal - Page 82
by Bengal (India) - 1874 - 187 pages
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A Statistical Account of Bengal, Volume 13

Sir William Wilson Hunter, Andrew Wallace Mackie, Charles James O'Donnell - Bengal (India) - 1877
...more. They are then tied up in bundles weighing four maunds each, wrapped round with straw, and are fit for the market ; if not immediately sold, they...good tobacco, boil it, and sprinkle the juice over them after the last process of drying ; but this is rather a trick of trade than a method of curing,...
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Hand-book of Indian Agriculture

Nitya Gopal Mukerji - Agriculture - 1901 - 894 pages
...leaves will not heat any more. They are then tied up in bundles of 4 maunds each, wrapped round with a straw, and are then fit for the market ; if not immediately...leaves are not of a good colour, the cultivator may, be fore opening them for sale, get a little good tobacco, boil it and sprinkle the juice over them...
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