- WEEK 1 – 3
- WEEK 4 – 6
- WEEK 7 – 10
- WEEK 11 – 14
0 – 15 cm
60 – 80 cm.
60% – 67%
Plants look small at first, for the first week. A type of SOG is being carried out, so the homogeneity of the plants is essential. On day 13, during week 2, MANGO is strong and toned. We move on to week 3, where this genetics shows a powerful development, covering a large part of the growing space.
In week 1 rooting is used in a dose of 2ml / L of water. And also, the substrate is fortified with a supplement that contains trichodermas, mycorrhizae and micro organisms that optimize the growth of the plant.
During week 2, the growth fertilizer is added, some vitamins to enhance growth. Each of the products in minimal doses. So, in week 3, only growth fertilizer is added, increasing the dose to 2ml/L. Rooting is also applied in a dose of 5ml/L of water.
22 – 55 cm.
In week 4, the mango is transplanted into a 5L pot, this is the definitive pot. Irrigation begins in different places in the pot, during week 5. The above is to equalize the surface. In this week the hour of ligth down to 12. MANGO is defoliated in week 6, so that it enters into flowering in a good way.
During weeks 4-6, the same fertilizers are used. The rooting agent is applied in its maximum dose of 5ml. For their part, mycorrhizae and trichodermas are added in addition to growth fertilizer.
62 – 82 cm.
45 – 48 cm.
The flowers are not yet fully defined with a size or shape, during week 7. In this week, the 8th is when the growth of the flowers in the MANGO is confirmed.
In week 9, the MANGO resin is more noticeable and spreads throughout the bud. You can see how the flowers have grown fat reaching week 10. The level of resin has increased pleasantly and even the tip of the flower, shines with trichomes.
Upon transition to flowering in week 5, a flowering stimulant and fertilizer are added. The stimulant is applied 2 ml/L, while the fertilizer 2 ml/L.
In week 8, only the flowering fertilizer and the stimulant are applied, in the same dose described. In addition, mycorrhizae, trichoderma and vitamins are added.
At the beginning of week 9, to enhance flowering, a PK 13-14 fertilizer is added in a minimum dose of 0.5 ml / L of water.
Moving to week 10, the dose of PK 13-14 fertilizer is increased to 1ml / L of water. This allows to fortify the flowering in the MANGO.
83 – 86 cm.
45 – 48 cm.
28% – 40%
Starting at week 11, the plant already stands out for its great production of trichomes and resin.
Week 12 begins and MANGO begins to take on a yellow color, similar to that of the fruit. It matures slowly.
Week 13 and the mango trichomes do not stop shining. They have multiplied in a good way, leaving the plant very sticky.
The cycle ends in week 14, where MANGO is fully loaded with flowers. The aroma is strong, sweet and has a lot of style of the Mango, the fruit.
MANGO is flowering strongly in week 11. For this the fertilizer is increased to 4ml / L. For its part, PK 13-14 also increases to 1.5ML / L.
During week 12, there are also modifications in the fertilizers. The base fertilizer dose is reduced to 3.5ml / L When it reaches week 13, MANGO is watered only with water and mycorrhizae. At the end, in week 14 it is watered only with water, to remove some it leaves the substrate.