Breeder flowering times are often set a bit low and adding 2 weeks should give you a lot better finish.If a certain strain of cannabis has a flowering time of 65 days, does that include the days flushing the plant? Also, is the plant still maturing when it is in the flush stage?
Read up on chelates if you want a scientific reason for flushing, I tried both and know what gives the best end product - btw you can't compare plants to humansCan you please explain the science behind this claim. When you stop feeding you plant especially in hydro the plant just pulls those needed nutes from storage i.e fan leaves. There is no amount of water that will remove the chemicals that the plant grew up on. In addition during this time of flushing, it slows growth and reduces tempe's. Flushing is nothing more than stoner myth. Do you think the food you eat in the store is flushed?
Kind of "comparing apples and oranges" in my mind as I imagine most of the food in the store was fed water only it's whole life, least the farms I have been around if fertilizers are even used it is prior to planting as a soil amendment only and not mixed into the water every time the crops are watered.Do you think the food you eat in the store is flushed?