What will be the outcome?

You can cut off the lower dead or yellow stuff, it helps the plant get better airflow underneath it and makes it harder for pests to get up. Add more light and some nitrogen or fish poo will do wonders, try Alaska fish fertalizer
I was kind of leery on cutting those really small ones. I wasn’t sure if I’d be cutting something off that could grow potential bud. I keep cutting off the umbrella ones and plucking off any brown ones that come off with ease.
 
Haha no prob. I can shred ya all day if ya like
Was trying to be nice kinda
Personally I could care less what your avatar is
I'll call out any lazy grower who couldn't care to take a few mins to read about what they're doing. Peace.
Oh boy, you said that you could shred me all day. Bless your heart. Lmaoooo I was researching and ran across this site in which was made for people to give and take real time advice. My advice to you: Stay in your cage. People don’t like your kind.
 

PadawanWarrior

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Oh man!! It does sound scary. I thought that-that would take all of its potential away. Ha! Off to read all about it. ;) Thanks!
You do the same thing with basil. Most people are hesitant to chop at their plants, but after you do it once you'll feel fine about it.

I'd start with topping and then LST. Then mess around with supercropping too. You'll learn a lot. These things can take some serious abuse.

And topping breaks the apical dominance so the plant focuses on other shoots.
 
You do the same thing with basil. Most people are hesitant to chop at their plants, but after you do it once you'll feel fine about it.

I'd start with topping and then LST. Then mess around with supercropping too. You'll learn a lot. These things can take some serious abuse.
I’m reading about it now on Leafly. It actually seems really neat.
 

Dank Bongula

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I was kind of leery on cutting those really small ones. I wasn’t sure if I’d be cutting something off that could grow potential bud. I keep cutting off the umbrella ones and plucking off any brown ones that come off with ease.
Lollipopping. That is a defoliation method to boost yield. You strip the lower 1/3 of the plant so it doesn't waste any energy on that little bullshit. Once you get a better light, you'll see much better results.
 

osowhom

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i have your plants twin growin now i topped it a few days ago and now she is growing twice as many bud sights when i say twin i mean the same planter and approxomite size maybe a little smaller
 

osowhom

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i have your plants twin growin now i topped it a few days ago and now she is growing twice as many bud sights when i say twin i mean the same planter and approxomite size maybe a little smaller
That's her at one month and her older sisters at 3 months so just keep on doing it look into lights and how to flower nextIMG_20210804_005428878.jpgIMG_20210804_005438232_HDR.jpg
 

Kerowacked

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I would not top this plant since the nodes are alternating and she’s ready to flower. You should still get 8-12 buds, maybe an ounce. But definitely top the next one and pick up a light in the meantime. The Best Deals thread has some super deals if you watch it.
 

osowhom

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Lollipopping. That is a defoliation method to boost yield. You strip the lower 1/3 of the plant so it doesn't waste any energy on that little bullshit. Once you get a better light, you'll see much better results.
mine are an example of lollipopping
 
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