As of last night the pH was remaining stable and the plants were looking healthy. I'm not out of the woods yet, but it's looking positive.
Also its time that i start spraying the three remaining Dark Devils from the first batch with colloidal silver to reverse them.
The process i use to reverse a plant for pollen production.
I use Colloidal Silver to reverse my plants, the process with which it works is silver uptake by the plant through its stroma's suppresses ethylene production in the plant causing female plants to produce pollen which when used on other females will cause all your seeds to be female as well due to chromosome pairing.
In order to reverse a plant i typically spray colloidal silver on the plant to be reversed specifically the future bud sites at least once but usually twice a day through a two to three week span till i start to see the pollen sacs form and have a few of them opening. Your plant has to be old enough to start forming flowers and pollen sacs anyways, but your usually good to start spraying Autos by the second week of growth, and photoperiods a week before flipping to flower.
If you miss a day or two of spraying its fine it will just slow down the rate at which the plant reverses. But if you miss say 4-5+ days in a row the plant will start to revert back to throwing out pistils instead of making pollen sacs so it will take longer for that plant to reverse once you start spraying again.
Making Colloidal Silver is easy and you need next to nothing to do so.
You need three things a DC power source, Pure Silver "99%", and Distilled Water. The process in which we make it is the same as Electroplating, except that we using the solution with which the metal is transported through which in our case is distilled water that has suspended silver cations in it.
So for my setup im using a old modem DC wall transformer that runs at a higher 22v and low amperage of around 200-400mA, but any typical 9-12v wall wart will work. Other "generators" typically use a current limiting resistor to prevent current run away that happens as the concentration builds up but for our purposes it doesn't really matter too much so i don't run one. My transformer i have soldered and crimped on two alligator clips on the positive and negative wires to make it easy to clip onto my silver. The silver i use is a 1oz bar i have cut down the middle in order to make two pieces, and any silver will work so long as its pure silver. Next i have some distilled water, high purity RO water will work as well but this is needed as tap water typically has stuff already suspended or dissolved in it, we need pure water.
In this picture i have really all that is required, some pure silver, distilled water, my dc power source with alligator clips and something to hang those clips from to suspend the silver in the Distilled Water. Also is my spray bottle but glass would be more ideal. The spray bottle cap full of yellow liquid is just left over colloidal silver from my last batch that i'm using as a kickstarter per say just to speed up the process of making CS, it is not needed it but it will take a bit longer to get going from straight distilled water.
Next i clip the silver to the clips and suspend this in the distilled water using a couple other glasses to prop up the chopstick i have the wires wrapped around, making sure the two pieces of silver aren't touching each other and i just plug it in, thats it.
After a little bit with help of some side lighting you will notice silver starting to be transferred from the anode to the cathode side of your circuit with bubbles also forming on your silver, you stop and unplug once you start to see bigger particles start to form and start falling to the bottom of your container, they will also start to change color at this point as the particle size is becoming larger allowing a broader spectrum of light to be transferred back at you.
As example this is when it is run too long, notice the brown/reddish sediment that has formed under the anode side, this is just larger particles of silver.
In this case i just let it settle out overnight which causes the heavier larger silver particles to drop out of suspension, if you held a light to the side of the container this liquid will look cloudy but clear under just normal light like the picture below. I then decant the liquid off to my spray bottle of choice and your good to go.
Now you may still have some larger silver particles in suspension which will drop out over time, which you can either decant off of, or just use as is. But you may notice a silver sheen start to form on the plants you spray it with, a little water will wash it off your plants though.
Light can degrade your solution over time but i only make a small bottle worth when need so i don't worry about longevity, saying that i have used CS to success that i made 6 months or more before, and don't be afraid when the color changes to a lemon yellow it will just do that.
After this just clean your silver with some paper towel or cloth as a black deposit will form on in, and put everything away till your next batch. To note my 1 oz Silver bar will definitely last me my lifetime and a few more at my current use.