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couple pics of my mandala#1 plant

bicpickle

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here is a couple pics of my mandala #1 plant from mandala seeds. i am from canada and there is still another month of good veg time left, so this thing should be a beast when finished :) just wondering about yield mandala states 800-1200 grams dry per plant in the ground think i will yield this and will the pot i have it in be large enough to get to me the end without being root bound?

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Nice Bicpickle. Welcome to the site as well! The hardest part of your journey is now over, and thats finding us! Its the only place!
 

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I would transplant. Its probably very root bound in that pot. 5 or 6 gallon pot? A good friend of mine here, (4U) has a general rule of thumb. 3x pot size if you transplant. Im transplanting into 15 gallon totes this week. (mandala satori) I wish you the best of luck, that girl is extremely healthy!
 

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Thanks for the welcome been here a while just never posted before have learned a lot from all the great threads people post so thanks everyone on the site.
 
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Hey i know you, just kidding, might wanna hide yourself a little better.

Your plant looks great.
 

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lol i know i will use my ninja skills next time thanks for looking out thou
 

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yeah drfting07 i was thinking of using a tote as well would like to put in the ground will see what happens i guess
 

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btw sorry if i blind anyone with my super white skin in the pics hahaa
 

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Lets great man! For sure you need to either bury that thing, or go with a 45gal pot. Either way your not moving that thing around come late flower. So if its safe there, i would bury it rightin the ground, for sure.
 

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thanks for the advice chef what i think i will do is move it to another spot i have picked out while it is able to be moved and give it a forever home in the ground where she can thrive lol
 

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nice mixture there drfting07 maybe i will try your recipe on my next indoor grow
 

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:cool2: Be careful, theres alot of organic goodies in there, and it may smell a bit indoors. Im strictly outdoors.
 

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lol ok thanks for the heads up on the smell never crossed my mind to tell ya the truth
 

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NVchefs's mix is THE BOMB too. Water only super soil.
 

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Not that you need a soil mix recipe. Your girls are gorgeous. Whats your mix and fert regimen?
 

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nice plants you got there the only thing i find with the mandala#1 strain is it's not that potent maybe a longer cure would help things but i got it from someone else maybe there growing skills are are not up to par i will wait and see i guess when she is done :)
 

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awesome looking tree bic, keep the pics coming after the transplant id sure like to see how she progresses security is a must my friend
 

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