Greetings all. I noticed a fungus gnat infestation 4 days ago, and started by placing bowls of beer and wine vinegar next to the plants (did not have wine or apple cider vinegar), but only one gnat caught. I followed up by making a spray of 5 % dishwashing liquid, and 2 drops each of cedarwood and rosemary essential oils in water, to spray leaves and soil surface. I got rid of excess water drainage, and held back on watering. The problem remained and I could not get hold of diatomaceous earth or bascillus over the Easter weekend, so I took drastic measures. I gently loosened the plants and freed the roots, turned the soil medium and repotted. The soil was still cool and slightly damp, so I held back on watering some more. After a particularly heavy wind through the night, the soil was good but my exodus cheese plant in early to mid bloom, has browning pistils this morning. I have watered the growing medium (about a large mug of organic nute solution to the large pot). Do the browning pistils indicate a problem, or will she be able to recover?