Pitt County tobacco farmers met with county co-operative extension officials Thursday to talk about bringing more burley leaf production to the east.
Some fear the higher cost of energy is forcing producers to look at more profitable means of growing. That's where burley tobacco comes in. Experts say the leaf is more profitable than flue cured because fuel is not required.
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