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Up In Smoke

Tobacco is all farmer Daniel Johnson knows; he's been growing it for 28 years.
He uses a cigarettes online harvester to launch his leaves into a hallowed out school bus.
He jokes that school buses are the cheapest form of transportation known to man.
But even if Johnson's named Georgia Farmer of the Year a third time, it won't be enough to save his crop from one of the driest harvest seasons in decades.

"You can't compete with what the good Lord's gonna send ya," Johnson said. "I don't think we've ever had this much heat and drought at the same time. In the same season."

Johnson walked me through his operation.
The facility even smells like an unlit cigarette.
Johnson takes pride in harvesting some of the best online cigarettes in the world.
But he's embarrassed to show off his current yield.

Smoking in bars and restaurants is increasingly rare these days as it's outlawed with new legislation all the time.
And the anti-smoking cigarettes establishment wants to push it even further.
Public Health advocates are waging a decades long war against Big Tobacco.
And farmers like Johnson feel caught in the cross fire.
Today domestic consumption has flat lined, with U.S. smoking cigarettes rates cut in half from 40 percent to 20, as word spreads that smoking cigarettes is the leading cause of preventable death killing five million people annually.

"There's never no mention of stopping drinking in this country or anything else. Hell, they want to legalize marijuana if they'd let them but nobody wants anybody to smoke cigarettes a cigarette. But that's their freedom, so I hope they get the right to do that," Johnson said.

Two decades ago, there were 60,000 tobacco farms in America.
Today, there are only 5,000.
Big tobacco has been buying much less from American growers, and the government has stopped propping up tobacco prices through quotas and special loans.
And with major tobacco companies ripping contracts away, farmers like Johnson are left in a mad dash to find buyers for their next crop.

"Just trying to get other companies to look at us and our operation just to let us stay in business," Johnson said.

Even under crushing pressure, tobacco continues to be a 60 billion dollar industry.
And farmers like Daniel Johnson plow away dutifully at their crops each year.
So with all these tobacco leaves and American demand being not what it used to be, who's buying all this tobacco?
The answer, foreign markets.

Smoking is alive and well in many countries around the world.
More than half of all U.S. tobacco is exported overseas.
It's highly coveted in Eastern Europe, South East Asia, even China which is the world's biggest cigarette producer.

American tobacco is said to be the best in the world with the nation's Eastern climate especially conducive to growing the crop.
That's setting a high standard for farmers like Johnson who are still picking the crust off their leaves.

"This is my 28th crop and I don't wanna quite. I wanna keep growing tobacco. It's just a crop I choose to grow and I love doing it," Johnson said.

Smoking in America fell sharply over the past couple decades.
But even today, 50 million Americans continue to light up.

 

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