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I used this once three years ago to save a line of Tahoe Og, infamous that year at least, for expressing some boy.

Reverse is a plant lipid that will stall or stop the hormonal actions of natural plant hormones responsible for signaling  

the sex expressions. I treated the top 5 fan leaves of three selections, and culled the rest, They each showed some boyness for another few days in flower, then it stopped. I allowed them to continue for another  week and took clones from them. I killed off the three  and still run the select Tahoe Og as a clone from a clone x 100's since, with no sexual confusion, mine or hers even. I've got other experimental uses for it also, but those are for another thread...

 

Anyone have experience with this mystery oil?

 

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I used it a few years ago when I was growing in dirt (for whatever reasons, my plants with hermie tendencies stopped that behavior when I converted to hydro).  I had inconclusive results when I applied it in mid-flower to stop girls that had already started to throw nanners.  It worked much better as a preventative when applied around weeks 2-3 of flower.

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"Modern science allows Gold Range REVERSE to achieve this remarkable feat by its beneficial effects on the Mesophyll layer of the plant. This layer is responsible for most of a plants energy production (photosynthesis) and more importantly is the starting point of all the metabolic pathways. Simply put, the selected minerals provide your plants with the vigour they need to channel the correct metabolites in the pathways responsible for flowering, helping to correct any imbalances.

 

https://www.google.com/#q=dutch+master+Reverse+msds 

 

listed as not harmful though

 

I never believe these warnings, and choose to err on the side of safety. I used them on the plants, then culled them after cloning.  no biggy. D-Limonene is very unsafe for human consumption, yet is a major terpene in our favorite plants, for thought, a very confusing conundrum. It will kill pest on contact, and strip a bbq grill. It washes paint from brushes, and is used in thinning oil paints. Also is a very popular flavoring used in candies.  I used a qtip to apply the reverse to some top fan leaves, corrected the problem, and cloned from beneath for fear of it.  gentlemen will sneak crap in our products whenever they can...gotta watch them.

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D-Limonene is very unsafe for human consumption, yet is a major terpene in our favorite plants, for thought, a very confusing conundrum. It will kill pest on contact, and strip a bbq grill. It washes paint from brushes, and is used in thinning oil paints.

sure, but d-limonene is produced in microgram quanities in the plants. they do not produce bottles of the stuff.

i wouldnt put d-limonene on a plant either.

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along with neem, peppermint, cinnamon, thyme, or any other botanical oil, I leave those out of my medical garden also. I didn't get scared at all. Like the proper suggestion of using Eagle20, and  discarding the treated plant, but saving the genetics, I follow strict rules with my meds too. 

For record, I have never seen powdery mildew or used eagle 20 here, or applied dlimonene to a plant either. Nor would I suggest it.

 

D-Limonene is actually ADDED to the Pure Gold lineup of extractions, for it's blood/brain barrier breaking capabilities, for thought.

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