Many growers also “flush” their plants by giving them just plain water for the last few weeks before harvest. By keeping nutrient levels relatively low during the second half of the flowering stage, you are preventing nutrient build-up in the plant that could possibly affect the taste of the buds, or prevent proper bud development. As long as your plant is not showing signs of nutrient deficiencies in the first month or two of flowering, you’re providing enough nutrients. Avoid supplements or bud ripening formulas that provide extra nutrients!
ALDI’s German-Roasted coffee is another cult product, so I was stoked to try it. I’m in a committed—and very modern—relationship with Cafés Bustelo and el Aguila, but I’m always looking for another low-cost option to add to my rotation. Even though I have gnarly insomnia, I made myself a cup of this coffee at three in the afternoon to try it out because I care about you, the reader. Guess what? It sucks. Bustelo is better, but it somehow costs $ a pound at ALDI—meanwhile, Cousin’s sells 4-for-$ bricks of Bustelo and el Aguila. Boo to ALDI coffee.