I like to have a anchor at the base of the stem going the opposite direction for more stability so you don’t uproot your plant. Looks like you did a very good job though and your plant looks healthy and happy
Then a bunch of smaller branches off the main ones for more bud sites!
To me the bending and roundabout training takes longer than Autos want to wait.
I also super-cropped all the main branches. note the knuckles, and even some of the secondary ones.
You’d think I would have slowed them down with all that HST but nope.
I dropped 3 seeds, because Autos are small and bushy, right?
Not exactly, I sent 2 of them outdoors when I realized only 1 would fit in my little tent.
Here’s a link to my thread if you want to see from the beginning:
@Borderryan22 has a couple or one taller auto I thought…
I’m not sure how I’d ever grow indoors lol …I think I still need more outdoor grows with photos and a lot of training of the plant and learning as much as I can …so when I do decide to start investing in a good grow setup I kind of have the plant down …then I can worry more about the equipment and that entire new animal …with confidence that I know the plant better …