is this a sound late flower strategy?


I have been wondering if since nitrogen, potassium, and phosphorous are essential in differing ratios (according to stage of growth) to plant health and bud production, taste, and potency, is it safe to say that in the last week or two of flower that giving them "too much" phosphorous, i.e. enough to show in leaves but with it in mind that the plant’s growth is no longer the priority (THC production is), will in fact enhance the last few days of cannabinoid production.

Do we care that the plant got too much phosphorous? Is leaf damage the only issue and since leaves are for vertical growth, is that not okay at such a late stage?

Thanks in advance!
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