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  • Prescription Blend Nutrients is offering a great 20% off discount code! This new nute company is showing well here, so swing by their section and see,... If you want to try their kit, the new disc. code is in the PB section...

Some early results on using Transport + micronutrient supplement...

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:toke: Hi folks! I have some great results to show on a persistent problem plant with a Zn/Fe deficiency using Optic Foliar's Transport and Earth Juice Microblast... :woohoo1:

This is FairyBreath, a cross of FairyStone and LambsBread, an F2 strain being worked into full auto by our good friend Stone (Autoflower Portal)... She's one of two in a 10gal pot, part of the KindSoil test currently going on. These are outdoors, and obviously photo' phenos,... her pot-mate sister is just fine, so part of what ails this plant must be something inherent with her; the defc. started weeks ago, and I have been treating it conventionally with foliar and soil inputs... this has managed to help the slightly older leaves recover eventually (about 10 days), but the new growth continued to emerge consistently with symptoms... ironically, this plant was growing faster than her sister, so I figure what I was managing to get in there was being sucked right up by slightly older growth right away, leaving the new tissue shorted... I could not get a leg up! Being immobile nute elements does not help with this either,...
Well, the pics tell the real story! I followed the directions and recommendations, and also did NOT include a wetting agent when applying it, something that is usually very important when doing a foliar spray using conventional methods and products,... I talked with OF about this at length, and was told it won't be needed due to the ease of penetration, and in some cases, depending on the wetting agent used, may actually cause slight damage to leaf surface...
..treated over the course of 5 days, and two applications-- one in full Sun!-- and the other on a foggy day...

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>>> After!:
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... AWESOME!! Big improvement by day 3 actually, but I didn't have the camera then,...Even the newest growth is fixed- :coffee: :hump: :wiz: ...Effing-A, I'm telling you, this is crazy fast for an immobile nute element defc. fix! @opticfoliar -Dinesh, you are a Wizard, mate--:clapper: :bow: :clapper: Nothing like photo testimony.... :smoking:
 

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:toke: Hi folks! I have some great results to show on a persistent problem plant with a Zn/Fe deficiency using Optic Foliar's Transport and Earth Juice Microblast... :woohoo1:

This is FairyBreath, a cross of FairyStone and LambsBread, an F2 strain being worked into full auto by our good friend Stone (Autoflower Portal)... She's one of two in a 10gal pot, part of the KindSoil test currently going on. These are outdoors, and obviously photo' phenos,... her pot-mate sister is just fine, so part of what ails this plant must be something inherent with her; the defc. started weeks ago, and I have been treating it conventionally with foliar and soil inputs... this has managed to help the slightly older leaves recover eventually (about 10 days), but the new growth continued to emerge consistently with symptoms... ironically, this plant was growing faster than her sister, so I figure what I was managing to get in there was being sucked right up by slightly older growth right away, leaving the new tissue shorted... I could not get a leg up! Being immobile nute elements does not help with this either,...
Well, the pics tell the real story! I followed the directions and recommendations, and also did NOT include a wetting agent when applying it, something that is usually very important when doing a foliar spray using conventional methods and products,... I talked with OF about this at length, and was told it won't be needed due to the ease of penetration, and in some cases, depending on the wetting agent used, may actually cause slight damage to leaf surface...
..treated over the course of 5 days, and two applications-- one in full Sun!-- and the other on a foggy day...

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... AWESOME!! Big improvement by day 3 actually, but I didn't have the camera then,...Even the newest growth is fixed- :coffee: :hump: :wiz: ...Effing-A, I'm telling you, this is crazy fast for an immobile nute element defc. fix! @opticfoliar -Dinesh, you are a Wizard, mate--:clapper: :bow: :clapper: Nothing like photo testimony.... :smoking:
That's BAD ASS! I'm having this issue with a super skunk photo... Only one in 12 plants showing it. I need to get this stuff!! Help a Rebel out... Link me to where I can buy some please!
 

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Wow Waira..being Honest I woukd just take your Word for it..:bighug:...you are our AFN Deficiency god..

But..Seeing the photo evidence is even more Impressive...:d5:...Go @opticfoliar ...I Love a product that [HASHTAG]#doeswhatitsaysonthecan[/HASHTAG]
 

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It's like magic!! :D

A deficiency eraser pen!! (in a spray bottle!) - Super!!
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It's like someone unleashed an army of goblin children when noone was looking, armed with crayons and permanent markers, and let them colour-in between the lines.

I wonder if they can make a similar product for weight loss ...
Spray it on, and 5 days later VOILA!
The fat eradicating goblin children have disappeared the unwanted excess and stretch marks.

Yay for invisible micronutrient goblin children!!
 

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A full year wasted ,trying to tell yaz about this stuff and finally some proof.... Okay u know im just harassing yaz...that is awesome @Waira !! There should be more picture testimonials to come as Optic Foliar has some awesome products!!!! Peace...
 

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:toke: Hi folks! I have some great results to show on a persistent problem plant with a Zn/Fe deficiency using Optic Foliar's Transport and Earth Juice Microblast... :woohoo1:

This is FairyBreath, a cross of FairyStone and LambsBread, an F2 strain being worked into full auto by our good friend Stone (Autoflower Portal)... She's one of two in a 10gal pot, part of the KindSoil test currently going on. These are outdoors, and obviously photo' phenos,... her pot-mate sister is just fine, so part of what ails this plant must be something inherent with her; the defc. started weeks ago, and I have been treating it conventionally with foliar and soil inputs... this has managed to help the slightly older leaves recover eventually (about 10 days), but the new growth continued to emerge consistently with symptoms... ironically, this plant was growing faster than her sister, so I figure what I was managing to get in there was being sucked right up by slightly older growth right away, leaving the new tissue shorted... I could not get a leg up! Being immobile nute elements does not help with this either,...
Well, the pics tell the real story! I followed the directions and recommendations, and also did NOT include a wetting agent when applying it, something that is usually very important when doing a foliar spray using conventional methods and products,... I talked with OF about this at length, and was told it won't be needed due to the ease of penetration, and in some cases, depending on the wetting agent used, may actually cause slight damage to leaf surface...
..treated over the course of 5 days, and two applications-- one in full Sun!-- and the other on a foggy day...

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Hey bro, 2nd pic (from top)...looks like some leaf mutation? Did she sort herself out (and quit the curving) or was it a 'freak moment', cos of genetics or am I just needing bins (glasses)? Looking a nice shade of 'grass green now though! :smoking::smoking:
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... AWESOME!! Big improvement by day 3 actually, but I didn't have the camera then,...Even the newest growth is fixed- :coffee: :hump: :wiz: ...Effing-A, I'm telling you, this is crazy fast for an immobile nute element defc. fix! @opticfoliar -Dinesh, you are a Wizard, mate--:clapper: :bow: :clapper: Nothing like photo testimony.... :smoking:
 

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:biggrin: It is magical! And solid proof of Transports claims, which makes me very excited to see how the other products work along with it! I'm trying it on another plant too, the other KS test girl Kalishnapple x Sw. Tooth that has been showing identical defc. symtpoms, just not as severely.... That went on yesterday, and I'll check her out tomorrow I think; the FairyBreath is holding color fine so far on the new growth, which tells me enough extra penetrated in order to support the current newest growth as it forms up... time will tell on that, but again, this plant is I believe something of a problem pheno, so may not be a fair measure,.. we'll see!

>> Reb, since I couldn't wait, I ordered from Amazon,... :eyebrows: .... Aunty if this is indicative of their line-up, their products would be brilliant for you at the "Ranch"! ..... Blooo, Yoz :crying: -- erased, colored in by 'shrooming Kebler Elves :eek1: :doh: :rofl:-- I've been had, I say! .... Yoz, you're not going to believe it-- but they sorta do! Check out Watts (and Rev), you'll see what I mean- :coffee: :hothot: :poof:

>> :headbang: Bud-E, don't you have some already from your grows using their goods? Post that porn up mate, don't be holdin' out on us! :hump:

>> @krug--say what mate..? :confused1: ? :pass: :haha:
 
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