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Sweet Mango Autos - Completed

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Hi Amnesia47 thanks for the kind words.

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Time for a prgress report on the 4 Sweet Mango autos.

I have been alternating between watering and feeding all the plants on Saturday I gave them all 2 litres of water each.

Tonight just before the lamp went off I watered and fed them all with 1litre of water with 2ml of Plant Magic bloom feed and root stimulant.

The bud on the smallest plant is quite dense and many pistles are brown, but they are still slowly growing and getting fatter.

The bud on the tallest is looking good and the bud on the second smallest plant is a similar size, the buds on the second tallest plant are quietly

starting to build now and it looks like it will become the tallest soon.

Here are some images I took last night.

All 4 Sweet Mangos in the grow tent.

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The tallest Sweet Mango plant side view.

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The tallest Sweet Mango plant top bud.

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The second tallest Sweet Mango plant side view.

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The second tallest Sweet Mango plant top bud.

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The second smallest Sweet Mango plant side view.

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The second smallest Sweet Mango plant top bud.

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The smallest Sweet Mango plant side view.

 

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The smallest Sweet Mango plant top bud.

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More updates to follow, happy growing...

Gasmeter

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A quick mid week update on progress with the 4 Sweet Mango autos.

The dirt in the root pouches had dried out nicely from when I last fed and watered them all on Monday evening so I gave them all 2 litres of water.

Before I watered the plants I took some photos of them, here is some bud porn.

All 4 plants back in the tent after watering.

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Bud Porn

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More updates to follow at the weekend, happy growing...

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Thats the end of another week and it is now time for a progress update on the 4 Sweet Mango autos.

After giving all the plants 2 litres of water on Wednesday evening I let the dirt dry out for 4 days, the fan leaves on three plants were well droopy and they were definitely ready for a drink and a feed.

I mixed 1ml per litre of Plant Magic Old Timer Soil Bloom and 1ml per litre of Plant Magic Old Timer Organic PK 4-8 to give them a light feed.

The dirt for the smallest plant is not quite dry so I will water and feed it as soon as the pot is nice and light again.

Here are some images I took before I fed and watered all of the plants.

Sweet Mango autos under LED in grow tent.

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Smallest Sweet Mango plant.

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Smallest Sweet Mango plant top bud.

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Second smallest Sweet Mango plant.

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Second smallest Sweet Mango plant top bud.

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Second tallest Sweet Mango plant.

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Second tallest Sweet Mango plant top bud.

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Tallest Sweet Mango plant.

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Tallest Sweet Mango plant top bud.

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The tallest plant seems to have finally stopped growing upwards and is now focusing on building bud, it looks like this one will finish a couple of weeks after the other 3 plants, which shouldn't be a problem because I can always put her outside to finish off and free up the space in the tent.

Then I can start the next run of 4 Sweet Valley Kush for the 3rd Mega Contest.

The bud on the smallest plant are compact and the calynx are fattening up nicely now and it is looking like it will definitely finish first.

And the bud on the second smallest and second tallest plants are also becoming compacting and fattening up nicely, hence me starting to give them a little bit of Organic PK 4-8 to help the job along.

In the feed schedule it says to increase the amount of Organic PK 4-8 each week, but I think I will take it easy and keep the feed weak I can always add a bit more the next time I feed them.

More updates to follow soon happy growing...

Gasmeter

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Time for an update on the 4 Sweet Mango autos.

The smallest plants dirt was nice and dry on Tuesday so I watered and fed her, I gave her 1ml per litre of the bloom nute and the Organic PK 4-8.

Last night I gave the other 3 plants just water, I gave each plant 2 litres of water with 1mg of organic magnesium per litre, on the second tallest plant there have been a few yellowing leaves, the second smallest plant has also had a few yellow leaves too, but nothing to worry about.

When they are in flower the plants are well busy doing what they have to do, so seeing signs of deficiencies and the plant consuming some old fan leaves is not surprising considering how much work the plant is doing.

Here are some images I took last night.

Smallest Sweet Mango auto top bud.

 

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Second smallest Sweet Mango auto top bud.

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Tallest Sweet Mango auto top bud.

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Second tallest Sweet Mango auto top bud.

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They should be ready for a drink and their next feed on Saturday.

More updates soon, happy growing...

Gasmeter

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Update time.

Last night I watered and fed the tallest and second tallest Sweet Mango plants I will water the second smallest tonight the dirt is nice and dry.

I will probably water the smallest tomorrow night its dirt almost dry again.

The smallest of the Sweet Mango plants has been in flower the longest now at 6 weeks so it only has 3 weeks to go now until it is finished.

Here are some images I took last night.

All of the Sweet Mango autos in the grow tent under the LED.

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Tallest of the Sweet Mango plants.

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Tallest of the Sweet Mango plants top bud.

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Second tallest of the Sweet Mango plant.

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Second tallest of the Sweet Mango plant top bud.

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Second smallest Sweet Mango plant.

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Second smallest Sweet Mango plant top bud.

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Smallest Sweet Mango plant.

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Smallest Sweet Mango plant top bud.

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It definitely looks like the tallest plant will finish last of the 4 plants, so I will probably put it outside to free up the space in the tent for the new run of Sweet Valley Kush.

Happy growing...

Gasmeter

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Last night I fed and watered the tallest and second smallest Sweet Mango plants with 2ml per litre of Plant Magic Old Timer Soil Bloom and 2ml per litre of Plant Magic Old Timer Organic PK 4-8 and 1g per litre of the organic magnesium, each plant got 2 litres of feed and water.

Tonight I fed and watered the smallest and second smallest plants with an identical mix of feed and water, but I did not give the second smallest any organic magnesium, and each plant got 2 litres of feed and water.

Tomorrow the smallest plant has been in flower for 7 weeks, so it will just get water for the next 2 weeks.

Here is a bit of bud porn.

Tallest plant top bud.

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Second tallest plant top bud.

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Second smallest plant top bud.

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Smallest plant top bud.

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Next progress update will be at the weekend.

Happy growing...

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Time for a progress update on the Sweet Mangos.

On Friday evening I gave the two tallest plants 2 litres of water each the dirt in their root pouches was nice and dry.

The dirt in the root pouches of the two smaller plants will be nice and dry tomorrow, the pouches did not feel light enough when I moved the plants, every morning I move all the plants one place clockwise, this means that all sides of the plant are exposed to the light.

Otherwise if I left them all in the same positions all of the time the bud on the stalks next to the wall of the tent would be smaller, because they would not get as much light as the stalks on the opposite side of the plant getting more light.

With the smallest plant I will just give it water now due to the fact it will have been in flower 8 weeks on Thursday, the second smallest and the second tallest are fattening their buds and still have a couple more weeks to go and the tallest definitely has a few weeks before it is finished.

Here are some images I took last night before I planted the 2 Sweet Valley Kush seedlings.

Sweet Mango autos in grow tent LED has just gone off for the night.

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The tallest Sweet Mango auto plant.

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The tallest Sweet Mango auto plant top bud.

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The second tallest Sweet Mango auto plant.

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The second tallest Sweet Mango auto plant top bud.

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The second smallest Sweet Mango plant.

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The second smallest Sweet Mango plant top bud.

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The smallest Sweet Mango plant.

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The smallest Sweet Mango plant top bud.

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More updates to follow, happy growing...

Gasmeter :pleasantry:

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Tonight after the LED went off I gave the smallest and second smallest Sweet Mango autos 2 litres of just plain tap water.

The run off from the pouches was pretty much clear, I will continue to give the smallest Sweet Mango just plain water next time the dirt dries out.

In the information for the Sweet Mango autos on the GHS store it states 7 weeks flowering time and 9 weeks total crop time.

https://shop.greenhouseseeds.nl/sweet-mango-auto.html

So the smallest plant is now within its last 2 weeks so I will harvest it at the end of next week.

Then second smallest and the second tallest plants can go a bit longer the bud can fatten up a bit more before I cut them and the tallest still has a way to go the buds are still young and very open and airy they need a few more weeks to fatten up a bit more yet.

More updates soon, happy growing...

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A quick progress update.

I watered and fed the 2 tallest Sweet Mango autos, I mixed 2ml per litre Plant Magic Old Timer Soil Bloom, Plant Magic Old Timer Organic PK 4-8 and 1g per litre of the organic magnesium and gave each plant 2 litres of the solution.

All 4 plants are now tucked up for the night.

Happy growing...

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22 hours ago, gasmeter said:

Tonight after the LED went off I gave the smallest and second smallest Sweet Mango autos 2 litres of just plain tap water.

The run off from the pouches was pretty much clear, I will continue to give the smallest Sweet Mango just plain water next time the dirt dries out.

In the information for the Sweet Mango autos on the GHS store it states 7 weeks flowering time and 9 weeks total crop time.

https://shop.greenhouseseeds.nl/sweet-mango-auto.html

So the smallest plant is now within its last 2 weeks so I will harvest it at the end of next week.

Then second smallest and the second tallest plants can go a bit longer the bud can fatten up a bit more before I cut them and the tallest still has a way to go the buds are still young and very open and airy they need a few more weeks to fatten up a bit more yet.

More updates soon, happy growing...

Question, yo write that you give plain water only, did yo fix the ph value ...a light nutrience flush is that an idea ?

How long d they still need, any idea?

I topped my auto, same say its not possible but i see it worked, what is your expericians with that ?

 

Happy growing

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Hi @Ganja XL

no I do not adjust the ph of the water, I fill the two litre lemonade bottles the day before I use the water and leave the lids loose so gases can escape and I use it the next day.

The very smallest plant will be ready to cut in 2 weeks and the second tallest and second smallest plants will be ready nearer the end of the month and the tallest will be ready to cut at the end of the month or the first week of next month, depends how quick the buds fatten up.

I have FIM'd all the autos I have grown, some plants have a hair trigger like on this grow after I FIM'd them all the first time the smallest started flowering the other 3 carried on veg growth building structure and I FIM'd them again and by the time they were about 30 days old they started flowering so I flipped the photoperiod to 12/12

After FIMing a plant will share its love with all its stalks and the plant is productive, I need to do a run of autos and not manipulate them to see what difference it makes.

Happy growing

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The dirt in the root pouches of the 2 tallest Sweet Mango autos was nice and dry so I gave them both 2 litres of plain tap water.

I was thinking about flushing them, but the run off from both was clear so I didn't bother.

The dirt in the root pouches of the smallest and second smallest should be nice and dry by tomorrow night, I will give the smallest just 2 litres of plain tap water to drink because I will be harvesting her at the end of next week.

The second smallest plant will get a mild feed of just Plant Magic Old Timer Soil Bloom and Plant Magic Old Timer Organic PK 4-8, then she will only get water until she is harvested in 2 weeks time along with the second tallest plant which will get one more feed then just plain tap water.

The tallest plant is starting to get a move on and she is quietly building bud, but she will be ready to cut at the end of the month.

More updates soon, happy growing...

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On Saturday evening I gave the smallest plant 2 litres of plain tap water and I gave the second smallest plant a mild feed of Plant Magic Old Timer Soil Bloom and Plant Magic Old Timer Organic PK 4-8 at 1ml per litre and I gave the plant 2 litres of the feed mix.

Yesterday evening the tallest plants dirt was nice and dry, so I mixed 2ml per litre Plant Magic Old Timer Soil Bloom, Plant Magic Old Timer Organic PK 4-8 and 1g per litre of the organic magnesium and I gave the plant 2 litres of the water and feed mix.

So from now on the second tallest and second smallest will only get water until I harvest them at the end of next week, and the smallest is already on water her dirt is drying out nicely and she should get her last drink either tomorrow or Wednesday and at the end of the week I will harvest her.

The tallest plant seems to be getting a move on now and the buds are getting dense and more compact each day, of the 4 plants she has the most bud sites thats for sure, so it will be interesting to see what she produces.

Here are some images I took last night.

Sweet Mango autos in grow tent.

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Tallest Sweet Mango.

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Tallest Sweet Mango top bud.

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Second tallest Sweet Mango.

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Second tallest Sweet Mango top bud.

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Second smallest Sweet Mango.

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Second smallest Sweet Mango top bud.

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Smallest Sweet Mango.

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Smallest Sweet Mango top bud.

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More updates to follow, happy growing...

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Last night the dirt in the pouches of all 4 Sweet Mango autos was nice and dry so I gave them all 2 litres of plain tap water which had been stood in empty lemonade bottles for over 24 hours.

The smallest plant has now been in flower for about 9 weeks now, so this morning I decided to harvest her, the buds are as big and phat as they are gonna get, plus the trichomes are starting to go amber, so it is time to cut she has gone long enough.

Here are some images I took as I harvested the smallest plant.

The smallest Sweet Mango auto ready to cut and harvest.

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Sweet Mango auto bottom bud.

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Sweet Mango auto buds in the middle of the plant.

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Sweet Mango auto top buds.

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Sweet Mango auto top bud close up.

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Sweet Mango auto all main fan leaves removed.

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Sweet Mango auto top buds ready to be cut and trimmed.

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Sweet Mango auto trimmed buds hanging and drying.

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With the second smallest and second tallest plants I will wait for their dirt to dry out in a couple of days and then I will give them one more watering and then I will cut and harvest them both.

The tallest plant needs to go a bit longer yet, once her dirt is dry I will give her a mild feed, the bud is certainly building and getting denser each day now, she is definitely making progress and moving in the right direction.

More updates soon, happy growing... :pleasantry:

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Tonight the dirt in the root pouches on all 3 Sweet Mango plants was nice and dry so I gave the tallest plant a mild feed I mixed 1ml per litre of Plant Magic Old Timer Soil Bloom and Plant Magic Old Timer Organic PK 4-8 and I gave the plant 2 litres.

The I gave the other two Sweet Mango plants 2 litres of plain water each and tomorrow I will harvest them both.

Here are some images I took before I watered and fed the plants.

Sweet Mango autos in the grow tent.

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The tallest Sweet Mango auto plant.

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The tallest Sweet Mango top buds.

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The second tallest Sweet Mango auto plant.

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The second tallest Sweet Mango auto top buds.

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The smallest Sweet Mango auto plant.

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The smallest Sweet Mango auto top buds.

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Sweet Mango plants ready for watering and feeding.

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The bud on the tallest Sweet Mango plant still needs to close up and get fatter yet, I can now get popping 4 of the Sweet Valley Kush beans for my next indoor run in the 3rd Mega Contest along side my outdoor run.

Happy growing...

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This morning when I checked the bud from the smallest of the Sweet Mango autos it was dry.

So I cut the bud off the stalks and there was 9.2g of bud in total.

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I was going to harvest the second tallest and second smallest yesterday, but events over took me and I never had time, but tomorrow I will.

The bud on the tallest plant is now starting to fill out and get nice and fat.

Updates to follow, happy growing...

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Definitely time for an update on progress, yesterday I cut and harvested the second tallest and the second smallest plants.

The tallest plants dirt was nice and dry so I gave her 4 litres of water, this morning when the LED came on I can see the bud is now fattening up.

Here are a couple of images of the tallest plant I took tonight.

The tallest plant side view.

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The top of the tallest plant.

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Tallest plant top buds.

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Here are some images I took as I harvested the second tallest and second smallest plants.

The second tallest plant side view.

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The second smallest plant side view.

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Both plants with all main fan leaves stripped.

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Trimming buds on stalks.

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Bud on stalks drying.

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Bud drying close up.

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A little bit of charas.

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There was just enough charas for a single skin joint, I rolled it into a little sausage and used some of the Sweet Mango bud from the smallest plant and put the little sausage of charas in the middle of the bud at the core of the spliff, if was a nice smoke and great vibe I was well red.

Happy growing...

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Here is some Sweet Mango auto bud porn from the images I took before I harvested the last 2 plants.

Enjoy... :pleasantry:

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More updates on the last Sweet Mango soon, happy growing...

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Time for a progress update, on Sunday the bud from the second tallest and smallest plants was dry, so I cut it off the stalk.

And put it into a mason jar with the bud from the smallest plant after I weighed it there was 40.3g

So far with the 9.2g from the smallest plant the total dry weight is 49.5g of Sweet Mango buds.

Here are some images I took at the time.

Cutting the dry bud off the stalks.

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A pile of dry Sweet Mango buds and the clippers.

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Sweet Mango bud on scale being weighed 40.3g

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Sweet Mango bud in mason jar.

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On Sunday evening the dirt in the remaining tallest plants pouch was nice and dry so I watered and fed her with a solution of 1ml per litre of Plant Magic Old Timer Soil Bloom and Plant Magic Old Timer Organic PK 4-8 and I gave the plant 2 litres.

The dirt in her pouch was nice and dry tonight so I gave her just 2 litres of plain water just after the LED went off.

Here are some images I took of the remaining plant tonight before I watered her.

Sweet Mango in grow tent LED just gone out for the night.

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Sweet Mango side view.

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Sweet Mango buds at the top of the plant.

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From now on she will only get water the bud are fattening up nicely just like the other 3 did so I can cut her soon.

Happy growing...

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 YOU CAN ENJOY SOME NICE SMOKES !

 

I will be cutting down two tomorrow ..when they done they done ;-)

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Time for a progress update on the last of the Sweet Mango auto plants.

The dirt in the last Sweet Mangos root pouch was nice and dry and it felt light, so I gave it 2 litres of water.

Thats her last drink I will let her soak up the water and harvest her before the end of the week.

The bud is all nice and fat and all the trichomes are milky and some amber too.

Here are some images I took just before I gave her a drink.

Sweet Mango side view.

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Sweet Mango top of plant.

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Now a bit of bud porn these images are higher resolution.

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The calynx on the bud are all action packed with resin so hopefully they can get a bit fatter over the next few days.

Happy growing...

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Time for a progress update, on Wednesday the dirt in the root pouch was nice and dry and those buds were looking well fat.

So in the early afternoon I harvested the tallest and last of the Sweet Mango autos to finish.

Here are some images I took before and during harvest.

Sweet Mango auto ready to harvest.

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Sweet Mango auto fan leaves stripped off plant.

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Sweet Mango auto fan leaves in cardboard box.

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Sweet Mango bud on stalks ready to trim.

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Sweet Mango top bud ready to trim.

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Sweet Mango trim.

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All of the trimmed Sweet Mango bud on stalks drying.

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Trimmed top buds close up.

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Now I have harvested the last of the Sweet Mango autos the 4 Sweet Valley Kush run for the 3rd Mega Contest now have the tent to themselves.

Happy growing...

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Strain Hunters is a series of documentaries aimed at informing the general public about the quest for the preservation of the cannabis plant in the form of particularly vulnerable landraces originating in the poorest areas of the planet.

Cannabis, one of the most ancient plants known to man, used in every civilisation all over the world for medicinal and recreational purposes, is facing a very real threat of extinction. One day these plants could be helpful in developing better medications for the sick and the suffering. We feel it is our duty to preserve as many cannabis landraces in our genetic database, and by breeding them into other well-studied medicinal strains for the sole purpose of scientific research.

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