Yea I always forget to tie one to the base of the stem idk why but I’ve known that’s what’s your suppose to do and yet I still forget every time hahaha thanks for the advice thoughnice journal. two points you want to look into
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Next time when you want to tie the branches down, Your first spot should be the main stem in the red circle on the picture and then tied to the pot.
Now you grab the opposite branch that is facing the tieing point and you tied that down. This will ensure that your main stem and the roots don't go sideways on you.
Next point, try to have better air circulation so that the leaves and branches move a bit. This will make the plant stronger. Also, your 6" fan at the bottom that is facing the pot will make the soil dry faster. The design of your pot already has enough holes for air to travel throw the soil. You also have good amount of perlite mixed with your soil. Your water penetration is already good and if the fan is blowing more air towards the pot it will make it dry quicker.
I was just watering my plant when I noticed this cool little thing!! Has anyone seen this before I never have but I’ve only ever done a few grows, but she’ll this out. Instead of having two leafs in this new set it has three leafs growing out with like a double node
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Thanks for the tips BroskiNo worries, go ahead a snip most of the lower new growth and focus on the upper heads and say 4 to 5 nodes lower considering on future growth and veg time. Just go easy and not all at once.
Now you have spread her out she is perfect for training. Play with her.
Well done I say
Oh and by the way, I've seen the trio nodes before. Al good as it will give you an extra branch every new set of nodes now.