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The final flush should occur a week or so before you cut the weed plant down for harvesting. Water your plants with the same amount as you normally would, but only with water. This will force the plant to use the nutrients stored within itself—if its nutrient reserves are not used or broken down, it could affect the quality of your harvested buds’ smoke and flavor.
By looking at the trichomes on marijuana plants, you’ll be able to tell when the plants are ready for a flush—begin when they start turning milky.
How to flush weed plants
Some cities use incredibly hard water with high levels of contaminants such as chlorine, calcium, and magnesium. While water with a low ppm concentration of these chemicals won’t necessarily kill a plant, it can have a negative impact on the biological activity in organic soil.
Unfortunately, many jurisdictions have ordinances that either completely prohibit or set strict limits on the collection of rainwater and the reuse of gray water. Proponents of these restrictions argue that there are health and safety concerns.
This water is affordable in low quantities and easy to source. It’s also safe for plants and doesn’t need any extra filtration.