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  1. TSNA Task Force in Air-Cured Tobacco Report 2004 CORESTA CONGRESS Kyoto, Japan

  2. Coordinator: • Gary Palmer, University of Kentucky, USA • Liaison: • Mark Nielsen, GenApps, USA

  3. Previous Meeting • 2003 CORESTA Congress • Bucharest, Romania

  4. Status of Objectives Objective 1: • Develop a standardized nornicotine screening protocol so that baseline levels of nornicotine are comparable in tobacco seed varieties used by investigators • Coordinator and Chair • Lowell Bush, University of Kentucky • The TSNA TASK Force determination • No action is required • Variability among procedures negligible

  5. Objective 2: • Develop guidelines or suggested critical survey questions for a farmer practice surveys so that results can be compared within and between tobacco origins • Coordinator and Chair • George Scott, Universal Leaf • Grower survey developed, introduced in Bucharest and submitted to the Scientific Commission

  6. Objective 3: • Develop a collaborative study to investigate standard deviation for moisture content within farmer marketing packages among origins • No projects developed

  7. Objective 4: • Develop a collaborative study which uses hobo loggers or a suitable substitute to collect curing conditions and possible impact of TSNA levels for tobacco of diverse origins and curing environments. Attempt to standardize placement of equipment and sample protocols • Coordinator and Chair • Christian de Roton, Altadis Institutdu Tabac

  8. Protocol • Use preferably a Low nornicotine line of burley or dark air cured tobacco • Seed source (non-converter ITB2204 and a converter B217) • Carry out study in 2-5 different curing barns • Place hobo-loggers at a representative point in the barn and outside the barn • Record dates, observations at curing phases • Molds, darkening, fermentation, and other curing incidents • Take a representative sample of upper-middle leaves around the hobo-logger for TSNA, NO2-, nornicotine and grade • Evaluate the grade and quality of each variety

  9. Collaborators • Christian de Roton • Altadis/ITB • Bruno Fontaine • ANITTA • Cliff Bennet • U.S. Smokeless Tobacco • Hitoshi Saïto • JTI • Francisco Palacio • Colombiana de Tabaco S.A. • Colin Fisher • Universal Leaf Tobacco • Marlene Adams • Reynolds American Inc.

  10. 2003 • 3 participating Organizations: • US Smokeless Tobacco, USA • Cliff Bennet • 1 site • JTI, Japan • Hitoshi Saïto • 2 sites • Altadis/ITB + ANITTA, France • Christian de Roton & Bruno Fontaine • 7 sites.

  11. 2004 • 4 participating Organizations: • Colombiana de Tabaco S.A., Columbia • Francisco Palacio • 3 sites • Reynolds American Inc., USA • Marlene Adams • 1 site • JTI, Japan • Hitoshi Saïto • 2 sites • Altadis/ITB and ANITTA, France • Christian de Roton and Bruno Fontaine • 10 sites

  12. Presentation of Data • Christian de Roton, Altidis/ITB, France • Mark Nielsen, GenApps, USA • by Bruno Fontaine, ANITTA, France

  13. TSNA TASK FORCE MEETING • Tuesday October 5, 2004

  14. Web Site • www.uky.edu/Ag/Tobacco/CORESTA.htm