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    How do yous guys remove lower growth?

    If I want a branch gone, I use scissors. But, if I want to just remove some lower nodes from a cola, I've used a gentle pinch and pull. Other times, I've used the scissors, again.
    Do you fellas have a preference?
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    #2
    I use scissors for all pruning unless I'm just pulling dead leaves. I have a tendency to be a little heavy-handed & break things, so scissors give me a modicum of control to minimize the carnage my fat fingers create.
    If the sun always shone
    How soon the tree would wither
    -- Confucius

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      #3
      I prefer the clippers, but if in a hurry I use my fingers.
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      • 9fingerleafs
        9fingerleafs commented
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        same same same

      #4
      trimming shears and fingers

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        #5
        I leave a small pair of scissors on top of my tent, .I have a huge fear of breaking a branch or something

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          #6
          If a small stem is big enough that I can pinch it off with my fingers I will, but I keep a set of plant snips on top of the tent. If the stem/branch looks woody I always cut it.
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