Morning Glory is a feminized cross between Afghani, Hawaiian and Skunk which resulted in a feminized 60% sativa and 40% indica hybrid that has very high yields given the right conditions. The buds taste of forest fruits and are ready for harvest in 9 to 10 weeks. It grows to be 90-100cm tall and is suited to grow indoors as well as outdoors, it can withstand cool climates. 2002 cup winner.
|Seed bank||Barney's Farm|
|Genetics||60% sativa - 40% indica|
|Parents||Afgani x Hawaiian x Skunk #1|
|Flowering period||60-65 days|
|Harvest time (outdoor)||Early October|
|Available as||Feminized seeds|
Morning Glory is an epic strain that contributed to our wake-n-bake culture. This 2002 High Times Cannabis Cup winner has spread much happiness around the world. This glorious cultivar is definitively Barney’s Farm's’ pride and joy.
Once upon a time, a threesome occurred between Afghani Indica, Hawaiian and Skunk #1. When their baby came to light, it was a glorious day; Morning Glory came to be.
This legendary hybrid is constructed of 60% sativa and 40% indica genetics. The feelings that the Morning Glory produces can be described as “cerebral”, due to its sativa genes and Skunk heritage.
The THC levels are considered “high”, it’s definitely a potent strain. When you start seeing the buds covered in snow white trichomes, you won’t be disappointed.
The flowering period takes around 60-65 days. It's imperative not to harvest too early, the nugs need time to develop their necessary cannabinoids and terpenes. For outdoor growers, try to harvest this glorious strain in the beginning of October.
Morning Glory can produce approximately 550g/m², in an indoor setting. It can produce even more if one is an experienced grower. For outdoor operations, this strain will provide decent yields; Barney’s Farm explain that in perfect outdoor conditions, this strain can produce ludicrous amounts of bud.
The Morning Glory reaches about 90-100cm in height, for indoor operations. For outdoor sunrise-loving ganja enthusiasts, this strain will reach medium heights.
Grow this strain and bask in its glory! Don’t be surprised if you start seeing halos around the apical buds. When you look into the microscope to check out the trichomes, they may look like a legion of angels.