Is this normal flowering growth?

Discussion in 'Indoor Growing' started by Grorilla, Oct 6, 2017.


    Grorilla Member

    Okay so basically this is my first grow. I like to think I came into it rather prepared, both with the amount of research I did amd equipment. Though my equipment could always be better I beleive. I have 4 mango I got as clones, I vegged them for about 4 weeks and switched them to flower 16 days ago. As far as I know the strain already has a pretty short flowering time of 8-9 weeks but these girls are looking beastly. Is this normal for about 2 weeks flower? Im hoping they keep it uo and I end up with a BIG harvest! A little about my setup, they're in a 4x4x8 tent grown completely under 700 watts HPS. I have them in 5 gallon pots with FF salamander soil, and im using general oranics go box and adding wholesome! organic unsolphered molasses. Keeping temps at about 77 degrees and humidity about 45-55 in flowering. 20171006_090607_Film1-1.jpg 20171006_090554_Film1.jpg 15073242796241785676917.jpg
    Lucky Luke

    Lucky Luke Well-Known Member

    2 weeks from the flip to 12/12?

    They have flowered fast IMO. Mine look about the same at approx. 30 days in.

    Grorilla Member

    Yeah, its only been 16 days since I've flipped them. They look massive unless they got stressed and starting flowering earlier than I thought. But surely I would have noticed I hope lol

    Kerovan Well-Known Member

    That looks really good. The buds do look very large and dense for only 2 weeks into flower. But I would think of that as a good thing! Great job. I've never grown that strain, so maybe it's normal for that variety?

    Sir72 Well-Known Member

    I find it very hard to believe that's two weeks from flip, even autos don't flower that fast
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    Grorilla Member

    Im not trying to make anyone beleive anything. And also correct me of im wrong but autos dont need a "flip" . I was under the impression they flower based off of genetics so telling me "auto dont even flower that fast" doesnt mean a whole lot seeing as hoe its strain dependant.
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    Kerovan Well-Known Member

    Yes, autos flower when they are ready, and some supposedly flower faster. It is harder to judge exactly when they went into flowering mode since you can't flip a switch and start counting like photoperiod.
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    Sir72 Well-Known Member

    You're correct but what I was referring to was how autos build their Calyxes faster than a photo plant aka the buds former faster. Maybe you have a freak of a plant, she looks good though.
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    OldestCityOG Member

    Keep doin what you're doing, were they showing preflowers when you flipped?

    DrewKitten Well-Known Member

    she looks 4-5 weeks in to me lol. That's great though man! Bet she's gonna have massive buds come harvest time!!
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