KT 200 LC

Characteristics Disease Resistance
Relative Yield 8 Black Shank, Race 0 6
Screened (5%) —– Black Shank, Race 1 6
Low Converter (3%) Y Black Root Rot H
Fusarium Wilt 0
Tobacco Mosaic Virus (TMV) R
Virus Complex* R

A recent release from the joint tobacco breeding program at the Universities of Tennessee and Kentucky with level 6 resistance to both races of black shank. It also has resistance to black root rot, wildfire, tobacco mosaic virus, and the virus complex. KT 200LC is a semi-erect, late-maturing hybrid with high yield potential. Because of its late maturity, KT 200LC should be topped early and allowed to stand 5 weeks before harvest to optimize its curing potential

Disease Resistance: L = Low; M = Medium; H = High; VH = Very High; R = Resistant; S = Susceptible

* Virus Complex includes Tobacco Etch Virus(TEV), Tobacco Vein Mottling Virus(TVMV) and Potato Virus(PVY)


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Characteristics for each hybrid are typical for that hybrid grown under optimum conditions, but may be affected by and/or changed by environmental conditions, cultural practices, and varying soil types.