Pruning cannabis plants is an important step in maintaining their health and maximizing their yield. Here are the basic steps to prune cannabis:
Identify which parts of the plant to prune. You want to remove any dead, yellow, or damaged leaves, as well as any low branches that are not receiving enough light.
Use a pair of clean, sharp scissors or pruning shears to make a clean cut. This will help prevent damage to the plant and reduce the risk of infection.
When pruning the plant, focus on removing the lowest branches and leaves first, as they receive the least amount of light and will produce the smallest buds.
Be careful not to prune too much at once. Cannabis plants can be resilient, but too much pruning can stress the plant and impact its growth and yield.
After pruning, make sure to clean up any debris or dead leaves from around the plant. This will help prevent mold and other problems from developing.
If you're unsure about how to prune your cannabis plant, consider seeking advice from a knowledgeable grower or consulting online resources.
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