That would be nice if you could just plug in the info , but you're dealing with organic matter in YOUR specific climate.
Different moisture levels and thickness/size of the leaf as well as humidity/temp all affect the drying process and coloring as well as where the leaf grew on the stalk.
Once it's in the kiln you have general guidlines you can follow,,,(hrs @ temp&humidity) and some pretty solid indicators of progress,,,ammonia odor, color,,,,but getting to that point is one of the sticky parts and requires adjustment to your technique according to the variables.
To be honest, it's not an exact science and even referencing detailed notes from previous years I had to wing it every time. There's a lot to learn at each step, (grow, dry, cure, top/case, cut ) just have patience, read everything you can for info and use your head.
Take notes and have fun, at the end of your experiment you'll have a different appreciation for the tins of tobacco that you buy off the shelf.
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