In case it matters, outdoor grow, 5 gal buckets, southern new england, Pinewarp seeds from BCbuds, roughly 2nd-3rd week of flowering. Some seem to be a little behind, possibly due to light pollution (or just genetic variance), I expect the furthest along will take another 3 weeks, the slowest maybe 5. My estimates may be off, pics available if its important, just ask. Loving this alfalfa tea I've been using for the last 2 months, has really done great things for both my girls and my vegetable garden. So I start learning more, searching forums, and reading stuff written by people who know way more chemistry and botany science than I do. And, not surprisingly, I start overthinking and worrying about what someone said might be about to happen. To keep it brief: Alfalfa tea naturally contains Triacontinol, which is a hormone ... maybe ... that stimulates growth. Odds are, here in the advanced section, yall know this. Twice on another forum, someone mentioned that this stuff would somehow inhibit the production of terpenes and thus lower overall potency if it is fed to the plant "late in flowering". I'm looking for either a solid debunking of that assertion, or confirmation of it. I have a batch that's about ready (just straight alfalfa pellets, no additions), wondering if I would get the best results from dumping it rather than using it at this point. This seemed like the most appropriate place for this thread, apologies if that's not the case. Thank you in advance.