Gary Payton Barney’s Farm

THC 25+ % new 2024

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Gary Payton Barney’s Farm

The Gary Payton Barney’s Farm strain, named after the legendary American basketball player, is a multiple Cannabis Cup winner and a remarkable testament to the art of cannabis cultivation. This unique, slightly sativa-oriented hybrid is a cross between the famous Y Griega and Snowman strains. It’s not just the name that sets Gary Payton apart; this strain has quickly gained a reputation for its exceptional quality, distinctive flavor profile, high harvestability and balanced effects, making it a standout in the cannabis community.


The flowers are a carpet of deep greens and purples, generously dusted with hairs, giving them an icy appearance. The striking contrast of colors is fascinating, hinting at the complexity and depth that this variety offers. Aromatic notes of spicy herbs and piercing diesel with a hint of sweet berry undertones stimulate the olfactory senses, setting the stage for the experience that follows.


The taste of Gary Payton Barney’s Farm is as memorable as its aroma. As the smoke or vapor hits the palate, users enjoy an accord of flavors. Earthy undertones are complemented by a mix of spicy and sweet notes, creating a multi-faceted flavor that lingers pleasantly. This harmonious blend of flavors makes Gary Payton a favorite among those who appreciate a rich and robust flavor. When it comes to influences, Gary Payton is truly in a league of his own. It offers a balanced and happy feeling with a consistent 25% THC+ that satisfies both mind and body. Expect an initial brain boost, providing a burst of energy and increased focus. Gradually, this turns into a soothing high body sensation, reducing tension and promoting relaxation without leading to excessive sleepiness.

Growing Gary Payton can be a rewarding endeavor for growers. It exhibits vigorous growth and resilience, adapting well to various growing conditions. Indoors 80-90 cm outdoors Gary Payton can reach 1.5 meters. The plants are characterized by their robust structure and incredible yield potential. While it requires attention and care, the result is a bountiful harvest of high quality buds, up to 700g/m² indoors and up to 1kg per plant outdoors, making the effort well worth it. Indoor flowering time allows 65-70 days, while outdoors the Gary Payton strain will finish by mid-October.

Gary Payton Cannabis Seeds SPECIFICATIONS

  • Type:
  • Genetics: Y Griega Strain x Snowman Strain
  • Sativa 55% Indica: 45%
  • Relaxation, Creativity, Euphoria, Slowly Rocking the Whole Body
  • Flowering 65 – 70
  • Indoor Height (cm): 80-110cm
  • Indoor Yield (g ): 600 – 700 gr/m²
  • Outdoor Height (cm): έως 150-180 cm
  • Outdoor (g): έως 1.5 – 2 kg /plant


Is the Gary Payton strain Indica or Sativa?

The strain is 55% Sativa 45% Indica.

What is the best temperature for Gary Payton cannabis seeds to germinate?
Hemp seeds grow at temperatures between 21°C-30°C. Temperatures below 21°C and above 30°C can prevent or affect healthy germination. Low temperatures delay or even stop germination. High temperatures can cause poor germination, stunted or slow growth, and also increase the chance of seedlings drying out. What is the best method to store Gary Payton Barney’s Farm seed? To store the seeds properly, it is recommended to keep them cool and dark in a dry and airtight container, ideally in a refrigerator, properly labeled and dated, avoiding ice. Cannabis seeds of the Gary Payton variety are sold strictly for souvenirs, storage and genetic preservation.

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Deri, its founder, spent a large part of his life above all collecting varieties of cannabis seeds from Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, Nepal, Thailand, Burma, Vietnam and China before starting his adventure

As a result, it was this passion that eventually led him to establish the seed bank Barney’s Farm, which is now the most famous in the world. Most importantly, Barney’s Farm experienced Breeders continue to search the world for rare and indigenous genetics that will enrich their collection.