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Thanks very much. I just updated the shots, the first one is a week old.
It scares me I took new snapshot with the branches pulled away so you can see the stem and branches growth.
The 2 top branches have already 4 nodes!
The blue is the topping split. (I marked the left branch only.)
The yellow is 1st node, 3 reds are other nodes.
Could you be so kind and tell me where to cut? (You or Anyone)
Forgive me for being thick, but a snip-snip is non reversible.
Thanks all for reply.
Since you got o much lateral growth I wouldn't go the mainline route anymore. It would take too long to get some decent growth. I'd keep those two top shoots tied down so those bottom branches catch up, remove weaker ones and top each branch later if needed. If you want to do the real thing it's smarter to start early like the plant in the pic I posted. Now you'd have to remove 3/4 of your plant to get the symmetry. I'd keep training her by keeping that canopy levelled and top if necessary.