That's pretty neat to hear about the transplant being not ideal but something that's alright to do. Until now I've been under the impression that transplanting during or too close to flowering is something you definitely want to avoid.Its not too late yet to transplant, not ideal but it will benefit them with more NPK. You should definitely give those babies another feed of rock dust/gypsum, epsom, and NPK. The calcium deficiency is just about to rear its ugly head again I think in the next week or two.
I would give these girls a heavy feeding now, maybe 4-6 tbsp of NPK, and then let them ride it out until harvest. In my experience the advice of less is more doesnt apply as much to organic dry ammendments that are relatively low NPK. My grows really struggled until I started getting heavy handed with the NPK and adding the gypsum and epsom biweekly.
I fed #1&4 2tbsp of Bloom on 11/1 and 2tsp of rock dust on 11/4
And Fed #5 3tbsp of Bloom and 2 tbsp rock dust on 11/4
I've been giving epsom salt once weekly mixed in the water as well. I need to get off my lazy butt and get some gypsum but with my work schedule and house location I haven't gotten around to it. I will do a heavy feed like you recommend and try to get through it