White Burley tobacco was discovered in 1864, when a man named Mr. Webb began growing Kentucky seed with a form of albinism. The midrib of green Burley tobacco in the fields is still white today, and the light, air-cured tobacco is mainly used for cigarette production. Burley tobacco was introduced in Italy in 1891, where it found ideal growing conditions around the Vesuvius volcano near Naples.
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