In a volatile tobacco market, producers are looking for ways to cut operating costs. A University of Kentucky agricultural engineer is working on a new concept for curing tobacco that may save producers money.
Since the 2009 growing season, John Wilhoit, UK College of Agriculture associate extension professor, has worked with two Central Kentucky producers to test the curing capabilities of outdoor structures called pallet racks for burley tobacco.
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