Hey gc, how are you guys today? Ok so I've looked at a dozen threads or so about this topic and all of them are at least two years old and it seems to be the same people saying the same thing about never spraying, or stopping spraying whenever pistils form. The people that have actually tried a foliar spray say that the nutrients in the spray can be phytotoxic and a few report redding in pistils, showing a burn, and slowed growth. I could totally understand if you had a super nutrient heavy/high salt spray with no emulsifier to lower that surface tension and it either burned in the light or sat there wet with closed stoma at night. Both of those situations being less than ideal. So I'm 19 weeks into flower, grown organically, a multitude of pure sativa/ pure indica and hybrids, covering a 5x5 even canopy, I have them under 1000w hps, 440w(super lumen) metal halide, and a 4ft t5 for side lighting. What I want to do is to make a half strength spray of rx green solution harpin protein, vermiT, and a drop of dish soap, and spray 30 minutes before lights on and turn my canopy fan on 30 seconds before lights on to make sure no droplets are present. The reason I think this would work is because of the way harpin proteins and vermiT work. It's less of a nutrient feed than it is a defense mechanism for the harpin proteins and I'm not positive exactly how vermiT works. I know it somehow removes negatives in addition to being a very mild worm casting nutrient. I've seen bud grown with vermiT and I was really impressed. And the soap helps the plant absorb the nutrients, creates less large water droplets, and keeps gnats at bay. So what do you guys think? Will it burn my pistils and stunt growth or will it just discolor a few a"but otherwise boost bud growth? And please don't tell me that if i spray I'll get mold, because I can drop my room to 15% in less than an hour I promise you. Any input would be appreciated! Happy growing!