Does anyone have any insights or references related to impact of the relative length of the veg period on the final $/sqft of a harvest? For instance, suppose the harvest cycle for a particular strain lasts 12 weeks, and the recommended veg period were 4 weeks. I could reduced the veg period from 4 weeks to 3 weeks and increase the flower period to 9 weeks, thus keeping the harvest-cycle duration the same. (This is related to the SOG method but different, I think, since Im keeping the duration of the harvest cycle the same.) My question is if I reduce the veg period relative to the flower period, what impact should I expect to the end value of my production? For instance, will the longer flower period result in lower potency due to CBN production? If there are negative side-effects, are there methods for combatting them (like changes in temperature, spectrum...)?