The plant produces multiple bud sites on numerous branches and indoors can reach between 60-90cm. Outdoors the plant will stretch out more, reaching 90-120cm with increased yields reflecting its size. Due to its branchy nature and multiple buds sites, Mango Automatic yields well (between 200-300g/m2) with buds putting on serious size later in flowering. THC levels around 15% mean the plant produces an abundant amount of resin, positively glistening with THC, with buds turning a reddish purple just before harvest. The smoke and stone are the real highlights; a distinctly exotic mango flavour that autoflowering fanatics will rave about. The high offers an initial uplifting buzz that settles into a nice calming body stone. Mango Automatic is a real must for the collector looking for a connoisseur strain in just 65 days from seed.
|FLOWERING TIME||8-10 WEEKS|
|TYPE / OUTDOOR||INDOOR/OUTDOOR|
|PLANT HEIGHT||SHORT 60cm-100cm|
The overwhelming flavour of tropical fruit is smelt the moment you hold one of the buds. Cut slightly with a feint spice aroma this only improves the overall experience. An easy and vibrant high will be felt on the first few tokes but after a little time this will soon settle into a much more body based stone.
"Great for beginner novices or those wanting bud much faster!"
Review by Scott
When I got these seeds as freebies on my third order, I severely regret not starting with them first. I assumed because they were free that MSNL was trying to get rid of low quality seeds. My thinking since then has changed to they must be crazy for giving these away!!! They produce a good amount of THC and grow very fast and pretty easy to care for so definitely a great product to try out if your just starting your first grow.
When I got these, I put them aside and went to work setting up geminating towel bags for my others. After doing a count, I realized I had 4 more slots to fill. Slots are the terms I use for how many plants I'm allowed to grow at one time in my county. I had set up my germinating towel bags and set one more up with 4 Mango Automatic Feminized Marijuana Seeds or (MAF) for short and put them all on my heating pad. 24 hours later I was in for a fantastic surprise. You would think the expensive auto feminize seeds would have germinated first??? Nope! 5 sets out of the 6 the seeds either just started cracking or showing a little root. The (MAF) seeds not only cracked open, all 4 seeds had already produced roots 3/4 inch long in 24 hour time!!!! I have been taking notes ever since I started my first project and the next surprise was the fact that the first leafs broke soil two days later!!!! I had planted the (MAF) seedlings into regular soil cups immediately after noticing the roots. I'm used to seeing seedlings sprout two, maybe three weeks from planting them. Two days later, I was impressed! Its been 8 days since I started this project. at the rate the (MAF) seeds are growing, there going to be way ahead of my other plants. I already have them under two 1200W light panels at 22 on and 2 hours off per day. Whoever had the idea to give these seeds away free definitely had it in their right mind on how to get customers to return. What was even a better surprise was the fact they gave me even more freebies than what was advertised and I am already checking as of this writing to see how they turn out and will write a review for them as well! I definitely will only be buying from MSNL. They have proven their trust in great quality products and service a hundred fold. Not to mention deserve the business for all the emails I plagued them with ;)
(Posted on 13/12/2016)
Review by Bruce
I average 84 grams per plant indoors in 5 gallon soil under only a 400w absolutely the best taste ever .... GO MANGO!!!
(Posted on 02/01/2016)
Review by Paul
All popped in two days!! 294 grams from five plants in 4x4 under 600hps in coco coir. Very happy with smoke.. Loved it ;)
(Posted on 19/06/2015)
Review by bubba
Bought these to maximize the space in my setup. Real nice fruity flavor and good potency for an AUTO!!!
(Posted on 31/03/2015)