I saw this on the grow guide " Interestingly, a study published by the American Society for Horticultural Science showed that the application of drought could increase the number of cannabinoids in cannabis during their flowering period.
That’s why inducing hydric stress is our answer to the question of how to increase trichome production before harvest. Although it did not specifically indicate anything about increased trichome production, it’s still a technique that can boost THC levels up to 50%. It’s safe to assume that there will also be some extra trichome growth."
What is hydric stress? Do you not water for a period of time before harvest? When? So does the following seem ok? in last 2 weeks before chop, first dehydrate for a day or so, then flush with no fertilizer, then turn off lights for 2 days, then chop?