Sorry my english, maybe more "shooted"/"disturbed"/"annihilated".
Typically the plants than will not produce anything but hay and spinach aftertastes if you push them too hard in K at the bad time. They will mainly store it for good and never use it fully. Because their bitchy "metabolization", their chemotype (THCx/CBx but also terpens) will only express fully in a smart carencie's management (like the example in pics) and in pretty dry cycles (gentle hydric stress). I pass by a fool now when i say that but cannabis is "builded" to grow with just enough nutrients to survive, and also to "clean" the soil where it grow. Like oysters, its a "depolution" agent. It mean a lot in fact in term of feeding charts.
I'm in coco too (i love that), the true big trick is just to produce a dense root mass in veg to be able to have dryer cycle in plain flowering stage. The density will protect your plant in keeping the core always wet and stable, then permit to water less often. It end with more yield and more quality. It's useless to fully dry the medium like in soil, but letting it have "gentle" dry cycles make a difference in bonus to make your multi-perpetual more easy to drive.
On the strains, the most known imho is a (true) Sour Diesel and its best hybrids. It will challenge your carbon filters, no matter your level of skills lol
All old school skunks too (than survive mostly in US lines today), and in a way the majority of Dutch classics : NL5xHaze, NL, Skunk#1, Jack herer ... it don't mean than you don't have to select your specimen to "motherize", as a growers (without necessary breeding in mind i mean). That's another aspect of your responsability in the equation; if your seedlings allready stink the hell (a bit musky generally) you're on the right way ^^
You have also specific lines than don't are specially stinky (insuring you at least the "nose taste" later) but than taste strong : Blueberry, Sweet Tooth#3, Orange Bud, Critical Mass ... these one can be destroyed by a bad feeding but a lot less than strains not specially tasty at the basis.
Remember this : perfect drying and curing conditions output always a better weed, that's obvious. But if this is necessary to just have a taste/scent : replace the genetic (with the same but from another batch of selection, or another strain).