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    I just topped my plant (razor blade after sterilization in hydrogen peroxide) at about the 6-7th node. I left some stem remaining where I cut, and I didn't damage or touch anything aside from the stem. I've read that the growth will now shift to lateral and my question is, should I up my nutrient feeding? Will my existing nodes now flourish evenly?
    Ask questions, take notes, and check your pH regularly. 😌

    2 x 2 x 4 Tent
    300W full-spectrum light , 11. in from canopy

    MiracleGro soil (0.21 - 0.18 - 0.14)
    Expert Gardener Plant Food (24-8-16)
    Humboldts Secret Calmag & Iron (2-0-0)
    FlowerFuel (0-34-32)

    Phase: Flowering, 3 weeks in

    That's a good topping Gjourney101 no don't up nute feeding keep it the same. Good work
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      You can use kelp meal that will aid with cell division and help your plants branch out. Look at Aloe Vera as well.


        Yes they will grow up in twos and the energy from the plant is divided for a more bushy grow instead of a Christmas tree shape.
        it looks good the topping πŸ‘πŸ»
        if the plant is happy you don’t need to feed more nutrients, keep it at the same. If you have good genetics - it will not even shock the plant - and will keep on growing as usual 😊.


          Now I've got to get some alcohol to sterilize my thumbnail before I top my girls...
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