Ya, i don't really do much to them until they're big enough to spread out. Once her arms are big enough and I've transplanted her up to the final pot. I'll be vegging her another 6 weeks so I've lots of time to manipulate her shoots. after another topping or 2 all the shoots / arms should be close to the same height, if I can top them all then I'll have all the tops I can fit under this light. I don't have to flip this girl until I'm ready. I have plenty fish in the fire to keep me going. This is a test and only a test please stand by for future updates...lol ( a movie? A dream? an old radio ad? ) My old grey matter remembers that line from somewhere? Might have been the old 1960's bomb alert warning messages. l lolSee how many bends, allowing those bottom shoots to move up, then pulling down the top again. Never losing anything.
You might be best served by simply letting them only develop a few nodes, depending on how much light you can give any one plant, but certainly, it increases the budding sites.
Don't be afraid to remove some strategic fans either, to simply get some light to some sprouts underneath, there's more than one way to skin a cat bro.
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