I use molasses every feeding until finish with great results. Its more to feed the beneficial bacteria in the soil. I also do worm casting tea's and brew it for a couple days with molasses to feed the bacteria. It is great for soil grows and definitely a must. During flush I use straight water and a lil bit of molasses. It also sweetens up the taste a bit in the buds. Hope that helps
I use it all the way through the grow (outdoor) and I alternate w/EJs catalyst which is molasses based but has lots of other goodies in it! I start w/a tsp per gal. and work my way up to a TBSP per gal.
Can't go wrong w/the sweet sticky goodness of molasses.
i dont flush w/ molasses. as it is used as a good nutient.
i use agave nectar and bud candy on the final weeks and flush w/ ro water for a week. you can add molasses before flushing.
the strain will be naturally flavored. theres only so much you can do to sweeten a plant by adding sweetner during flush. it depends on the strain and how it was grown during flowering budding. low humidity = sticky buds. flushing is mostly to flush out as much crap as you can from nutrients. i have flushed w/ vitamin water. but it made no difference to the taste. flush and dehumidify is all i can think of.