#### o2b

##### Member

I’ve got a mango haze grow going and I am a little concerned. Concerns are it seems they are taking so long to grow in height and to flower (details below).

I started with 12 plants in 3 gallon pots which seems the best for my small room. Lamp is 1000W. Medium is coco. Nutrition line is Nectar for the Gods with a cycle of feed, feed, tea (microbial addition), flush. I average doing one of these 4 events every 4 days.

Max height from top of pot is about 64” (163 cm). In my previous (and only) mango haze grow, I had light on for 24 hours for two weeks which turned out to be a bad idea. The plants got too tall. This grow has been 12/12 from the beginning.

Plants were placed in the pots on February 12. Two were males and the remaining 10 all look to be females. (Yay!) Males removed.

As of today, plant heights are:

12, 12, 20, 21, 23, 23, 23, 24, 26, 37.

I am figuring plant height ought to average around 30” before nutrition (feed) is changed from late veg to early flower. So, I am removing the three outliers (12, 12, 37) and calculating the average with the remaining 7. So right now the average height is about 23”.

So after 76 days in the pots, average height is 23” (58 cm). Is that within expectations?

Two plants have started flowering. One of the real small ones (12”) and the 26” one. The remaining 8 have no buds.

Is that to be expected?

Any comments, thoughts, suggestions?

o2