So this is my first grow and was completely unexpected. I'm going to be growing autos in a closet grow setup I'm building but this one is a random seed my brother threw in one of my pots outside one day un-beknownst to me. Well it actually sprouted and grew without any help for about roughly 2 weeks until I noticed it. Started caring for it and it did indeed turn out to be female. I've transplanted it into a 7 gallon pot with a 70/30 mix of FFOF and perlite. I've been watering every 3 to 4 days with nutes. 3ml of calmag, 3ml flora-micro, and 3ml flora-gro per gallon giving her about a half gallon of water per feeding. Outdoors our temps have been min/max 68-92 degrees and humidity between 48-78% like I said outdoors. I think her coloration looks healthy enough but afraid I might not be feeding her enough, she is roughly 7 weeks now in these photos. I think I possibly waited a lil too long(6 weeks) to LST my main stalk seeing as the very outer skin layer split slightly at the bend but a week later it looks like its healed rather well and she is still growing roughly 3/4in a day. I topped her as well last week an her new tops grew roughly 5 inches in 7 days. I did end up pruning out some of the very large fan leaves as no matter which way I tucked them they were still blocking sun or laying on the soil and I LST all the branches. Does it look like I'm LSTing my branches right? Does anyone see or read anything they would change? I've been watering and lst/pruning etc at night so as not to cause too much stress to her during the heat of the day. Thoughts? And thanks ahead of time!