Yes, growing tobacco is bad for the environment. It destroys soil for future plants, and requires a lot of land to grow, partially because of the fact that it destroys soil. Apart from that, tobacco growing needs a lot of pesticides along with fertilizers to replenish the damaged soil. Most people smoke tobacco in cigarettes, which requires a lot of paper, causing deforestation in order to create the paper. Lastly, though also not directly related to the growing of tobacco, the smoking of tobacco produces a lot of pollution.
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