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Morning flight seeds

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Morning Flight is an indica/sativa variety from Gage Green and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±63 days ) and outdoors . Gage Greens Morning Flight is a THC dominant variety and is/was never available as feminized seeds.

(East Coast Sour Diesel x Mango Haze) x Afghan Haze
Sativa/Indica Hybrid
8 – 10 Weeks
High Yields
Very strong medicinal qualities.


Our beautiful East Coast Sour Diesel x Mango Haze is paired with the illustrious G13 Skunk father to create our latest creation that will surely live up to your expectations. The potent strain possesses a hybrid of both strains’ medicinal qualities with something for everyone.

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Gage Greens Morning Flight Description

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Morning flight seeds

The air flowing through the bristly tufts of dandelion seeds creates a vortex scientists had never viewed in nature.

How a Vortex Helps Dandelions Fly

The group tested their ideas with simplified artificial models, etched silicon discs that were porous like the bristly pappus. With the right amount of porosity, the same vortex appeared.

Scientists from the University of Edinburgh have discovered the secret to dandelion flight: a vortex of air previously unseen in nature.

The pappus seemed to be acting like a balloon or a parachute, keeping the seed from succumbing to gravity. But it was not inflated as a balloon would be, and it did not block the air like a parachute.