Hello, Apologies if this is not the correct forum for my question. (If the moderators could please move it accordingly, if this is the case, indeed) I've recently started growing these from seeds, and read the other day online that in order to maintain the plants better, they should be trimmed. I've found instructions online, which are all along the lines of "Properly sanitize the trimming tools for 30 mins (in 1 part bleach and 9 parts water). To prevent a young plant from becoming weak and spindly, trim the central stem to about half its height when it reaches 6 to 8 inches (15-20 cm.). This should force the plant to branch out." However, as you can see from the photos, two of my plants are already above that level, and I'm not really sure how much to trim them down to, at this stage, and also - if the trimming should involve the entire central stem. I really wouldn't want to hurt them or kill them by mistake. I haven't been able to find photos/videos online of this initial trimming. All the videos, which I have been able to find, show more mature plants (at least one year old, it seems), with much larger leaves. I hope my description is not too vague or ambiguous. Thank you very much for your time!