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Sweet Mango Autos

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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...

Gasmeter

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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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