Was wondering if any you guys had a good way of pruning cilantro? It has run straight up, and I was wondering if I can just cut the main stem to fill it out?
I believe it is growing straight up being that I have it currently in a lesser light grow box on the deck. I plan on moving it to a location that will get better light, but kind of wanted to trim it a bit before it gets out of hand. Any recommendations?
I do understand traditional pruning of cilantro, and removing the older leaf branches first, but traditionally I avoid hitting the main stem.
Is it like sunflowers / mj, where I can get a bushy plant / more flowers if I cut the stem?