growing morning glory
— Posted by forge on 2:20 am on April 6, 2002
a friend of mine lives in melbourne, australia and was wondering what they would need to know if they were considering growing morning glory.
— Posted by somefukinsnapov on 2:23 am on April 6, 2002
well if ya wanna know how to grow u have to know how to put a handfull of seeds into a pot full of dirt….i thought it was self explanitory??
why bother tho when u eat the seeds to get a trip… u dont need to grow ,itll prolly cost u more to maintain a batch/crop to get to seed ,rather than just buyin the seeds when u wanna chew em!!!
— Posted by Rebo on 11:22 am on April 6, 2002
One benefit to eating the seeds off of plants you grow, is the lack of pesitcides and the other shit that they are treating the seeds with. Morning glories will grow like a weed on diabonal. WHen your flowers have bloomed, and the plant looks like it’s dying, cut off the pod that used to be the flower-let those dry for a couple of weeks, and then empty the seeds out-you will get a shitload of seeds. Also, I have read that the seed pods contain a great deal of LSA, but I do not know that to be anything more than “info I read somewhere”…
— Posted by Radiant on 11:38 am on April 6, 2002
Someone told me they do not put poison on MG seeds anymore. that they only did it in like the 80s when they were popular.
— Posted by Rebo on 11:52 am on April 6, 2002
That may veyr well be the case. When I was doing them, i know that they were treated, b/c of the white residue on them (and they were quite popular then). The biggest benefit of growing your own mgs for seed is the price. From one packet of Heavenly Blue seeds, you can get close to 1/2 oz of seed off of healthy plants