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MIGHTY-GOLD

Mighty Gold

 

 

 

 

Strain Lineage: Mighty Freeze x Green Gold


The MightyGold remains one of Kongs favourite all time strains in our catalogue , Kong has grown a outdoor plant or two over the years and always rates the MightyGold for its fast, reliable , early genetics, these plants similar to the MightyFreeze strain doesn't grow very tall with a maximum of about 2m in height , she tends to have sativa and indica phenotypes that both have great qualities in any garden, most plants are a cinch to trim with long slender buds on sticks and very high bud to leaf ratio.

  • Height 1-2m
  • Finish August - September
  • Auto - Semi Auto
  • Feminised
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Hi looking to get a harvest end of August at lat 54  Ireland’s  Any tips on getting an early Finnish ? I was thinking starting indoors a month earlier might speed up Finnish times because they are semi autos , do you think this could work 

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@irishsun check out TSK posts in the 2018 Guerrilla Comp Diarys, he ran these at a high northern latitude...lat 56 if I remember correctly m8, they done well.

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3 hours ago, irishsun said:

Hi looking to get a harvest end of August at lat 54  Ireland’s  Any tips on getting an early Finnish ? I was thinking starting indoors a month earlier might speed up Finnish times because they are semi autos , do you think this could work 

I wouldn’t start them off indoor for a month earlier mate the might start to flower and then reveg when you plant out causing problems 

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Ahhh thanks for the tip maybe avoid that strategy then ! Do you think there is a Chance if them finishing end of August at lat 54.5 or would i need to go with autos 

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13 hours ago, irishsun said:

Ahhh thanks for the tip maybe avoid that strategy then ! Do you think there is a Chance if them finishing end of August at lat 54.5 or would i need to go with autos 

Possibly mate plant them out no earlier than 4 May you should be good

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On 3/16/2019 at 5:21 PM, irishsun said:

Hi looking to get a harvest end of August at lat 54  Ireland’s  Any tips on getting an early Finnish ? I was thinking starting indoors a month earlier might speed up Finnish times because they are semi autos , do you think this could work 

 

i had great results @56 with mighty gold. popped april 20th, planted out a month and a smidgen later. one pheno was super thick and fast, down last day of august. the other phenos were more open structure buds, leafy - but that was more reaction to the drought and feeding factors - and finished 3 or so weeks after. 

 

one got snapped in half and bounced back to my biggest plant of the season. hardy, early strain - good smoke - give them a shot. :yep:

 

 

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Hi there, have a batch of these out this year but they have started flowering already which seems far too early, do you think this could be that i germinated to early (early March)?

Thanks.

Incey

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54 minutes ago, inceywincey said:

Hi there, have a batch of these out this year but they have started flowering already which seems far too early, do you think this could be that i germinated to early (early March)?

Thanks.

Incey

Early March is way too early for semi autos mate , :unsure:

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Ok thanks I know for next time now

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