I'm currently 5 weeks into flowering and I've been fighting a powdery mildew problem off an on for the past few weeks. I started with neem oil, but now it's too far long into flowering to use neem, in my opinion. So now I've got that Green Cure potassium bicarbonate powder to use. I haven't tried it before, but before I go spraying willy nilly, I wanted to get some feedback on whether or not spraying my buds with potassium bicarbonate will kill the pistils and stunt the bud growth. My last small grow I had a major mildew problem, and I was able to finally beat it by spraying every other day with a milk solution. However, it seemed to make all of my pistils turn brown within a couple days, and then the buds just completey stalled out, and never really did re-gain any of their density. That was just a little test grow, but this one is my main source of meds for the next few months, so I want to make sure it makes it to harvest healthy, and without a diminished yield. So can I go ahead and spray down my plants with potassium bicarbonate at the recommended dosage, and not worry about it stunting my plant's flowering progress?