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Old 05-16-2019, 07:28 PM #11
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I don’t think it has much to do with nutrition. I have run the resistant plant enough times to observe that it is consistently the one that has almost no pm infection. Nutrition is uniform for all plants as far as possible. Resistance seems to be a trait of the g13’88 Hashplant hybrids. Plants not related to that line like blueberry doms are looking like they were caught in a blizzard. I really want to find out what is the cause of the resistance!
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I agree, if it was only that simple, we all would be growing the NPK and micros way..
maintaining a healthy natural living soil is not easy and often times work.

We live in a world with bacteria and fungi. Identifying and understanding how to use these 'friends' to our advantage is paramount

not only for our favorite herb, but for our own personal health.
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Old 05-18-2019, 06:30 PM #13
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The smoothie is going down tomorrow. Happy hour!! Drinks on me!!
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i was reading somewhere about observing plants outdoors and using plants that thrived to treat the ones that did not

a few products such as regalia seem to use this particular methodology

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what the hell...you drinking it or pouring it all over yourself ? Edit (sorry, jocularity not my best suite)
I am still trying to discover what the consortium of 11 endophytes are. no luck so far.


Edit 2- I am however finding quite a bit on Pseudozyma aphidis (yeast mentioned in original slurry article)

claims are being made P. aphidis works well on Botrytis cinerea also


https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/...1111/mpp.12775
and a patent application for a product
https://patentswarm.com/patents/US20140141976A1





Got ants? maybe you should get some . check out Microbemans thread on ants

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Good thread, thanks for that Moses.
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awesome article. but as with most there is the slight potential for side effects. im all for the slurry. hands down!!! but it's good to know of possible issues down the road. an it seems its always those "rare patients" are the ones with compromised immune systems that may get a infection. elderly or infants.

when i did a search on Pseudozyma aphidis , one of the active ingredients from the article, it came up with a few rare cases that infected humans.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4389203/

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26608844


just something worth noting. i found the same things with Metarhizium anisopliae, used to fight crawling insects. few rare cases reported of human infection. i have great success with this. killing of fungus knats and at one point had root aphids , now eradicated thank you. every 2-3 weeks i hand water in with recharge an actinovate.


just something good to know, thats all. after all Dr house isnt in every hospital incase these rare things inoculate in humans.



for pm been foliar spraying actinovate. so far with no issues with a room that had nearby exposure of a small pm outbreak.

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awesome article. but as with most there is the slight potential for side effects. im all for the slurry. hands down!!! but it's good to know of possible issues down the road. an it seems its always those "rare patients" are the ones with compromised immune systems that may get a infection. elderly or infants.

when i did a search on Pseudozyma aphidis , one of the active ingredients from the article, it came up with a few rare cases that infected humans.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4389203/

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26608844


just something worth noting. i found the same things with Metarhizium anisopliae, used to fight crawling insects. few rare cases reported of human infection. i have great success with this. killing of fungus knats and at one point had root aphids , now eradicated thank you. every 2-3 weeks i hand water in with recharge an actinovate.


just something good to know, thats all. after all Dr house isnt in every hospital incase these rare things inoculate in humans.



for pm been foliar spraying actinovate. so far with no issues with a room that had nearby exposure of a small pm outbreak.

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Yes I use Metarhizium, B. Bassiana and L. Muscarium regularly. I just have to assume my immune system is good!

I never got around to doing the smoothie because I noticed that clones that were vegged with the resistant cut on all sides with leaves touching seem to acquire the resistance and it makes sense if you think about it!!
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Low calcium, usually through slowed transpiration for some reason, is the most common cause of pm as i understand it. It maintains the tight junctions between cells.
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I never got around to doing the smoothie because I noticed that clones that were vegged with the resistant cut on all sides with leaves touching seem to acquire the resistance and it makes sense if you think about it!!
Very cool. Passes resistance by touching leaves. Nature is awesome
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