Yes, it’s true. With the right nutrient strategy you can reboot flowering in the last quarter of your crop’s bloom phase.
In fact, right now, growers in 107 countries are increasing yields and crop value with a simple pre-harvest feeding trick.
Many are winning awards for the huge, potent buds they’re achieving.
But it wasn’t always this way.
For decades, growers tried everything to grow fragrant, stickier, fuller buds in the last few weeks of their crop’s life.
They bought the right lights.
They hunted down exotic, cup winning genetics.
The most sophisticated base nutrients.
Spent hours on forums pouring over expert advice.
But there was still one thing they couldn’t control…
The Inevitable Death of Their Cannabis Plants
Because here’s the thing…
Your crop has an “expiration date,” one that’s determined by both genetics and environment.
By the time they enter the bloom phase, you’re practically counting the days until budding slows to a crawl and you’ve got no choice but to harvest.
And while you might end up with mediocre yields, there’s nothing quite as disappointing as watching buds taper off in size and never quite reaching their full potential.
In fact, in addition to biomass, you’re also harvesting before your plants ever reach the high concentration of trichomes and other valuable compounds you’ve sought out to cultivate.
Fortunately, it doesn’t have to be like that. Not for you.
A Scientific Discovery Changed Everything
As cannabis experts, we knew there had to be a way to get more from our plants during those last few weeks.
So our team of Ph.D. scientists got busy…
We ran countless studies. Examined hundreds of tissue samples of plants during the final weeks of bloom. And researched the internal clocks of thousands of plants.
This was NOT an overnight fix.
It took us years to get it right.
And when we did, the results were staggering…
We discovered that feeding plants an optimal ratio of nutrients in the homestretch triggers a second round of flowering late into the bloom phase—a time when most plants are slowing down and reaching the final stage of their lives.
And here’s a fact that’s very important to understand, so pay close attention…
Your plants flower as a part of their reproductive stage, even if you’re growing unseeded female crops.
So, as soon as they believe they’ve created seeds for the next generation, they’ll consider their work done.
That’s what causes them to shut down and die.
Understanding the natural functions that occur during the final stages of flowering— and why they occur— was key to unlocking your cannabis’ full genetic potential.