Tobacco: Santo Domingo
Santo Domingo ceremonial tobacco is used in rain ceremonies and is cultivated in irrigated gardens by Pueblo Indians. Other than ceremonial uses, the dried leaves can be used as an insecticide for greenhouse insects such as aphids, mites, and whiteflies. Warning: The active ingredient is nicotine sulfate, a powerful poison, and must be used with appropriate safeguards. (Nicotiana rustica)
Growing instructions: Annual. Germination at 70°F in 7-14 days. Transplant. Full sun. Grows 36-48" tall. Space 18" apart.
Packet: 0.12 - approximately 1,730 seeds