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From the beginning, tobacco farmers have experimented with growing tobacco in different lands, regions and countries. After many generations and through the natural selection of the best plants for harvesting, these tobaccos became their own variations, developing different characteristics of flavor and structure. These variations are called ‘creole’ or ‘native seed’ tobaccos. Farmers began to selectively grow crops to achieve better tobacco variations. A variation known as Havana 2000 was one of the first Corojo hybrids. The seed was originally sown in Nicaragua, but eventually made it to Honduras as well. This hybrid was followed by Criollo 99 and then Corojo 99, which has been used by tobacconists in many of their products.
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