So my plant is about 5 weeks into flowering, it is an indoor/outdoor plant, in a pot that we have been keeping on the porch, and it is inside in the dark at night. The seed is from a blueberry hybrid of some sort. So about 5 days ago one of the chairs on the porch that blocks the plant from below fell on it in the wind, and snapped one of the main stems (plant is topped, has two main shoots from the base) The stem didn't snap all the way, still had some connection to ittself. I uses two inscent stick ends to support both sides of the stem and tied string a few parts up the sticks so it is now standing up straight. It has been like this for a few days now and the stem isnt healing as i expected. The leaves above the break are very droopy. I try to put water on the stem at the break so water can get to those leaves. It has been droopy almost everyday since i splinted the stem, and it usually perks back up (although not fully) after a watering. My question is should i keep it going like this hoping it will heal itself? or should i cut it so the plant can continue flowering...because i think this ordeal is slowing it down a lot and taking all of its energy...which isn't very much since it is an outdoor plant and its been sunless weather recently. I have a picture of it from before it broke, just so you can have an idea of what it looks like. It is the shorter shoot that broke, and it broke about 2/3 of the way down, so i would lose basically half of my yeild....and can you smoke nugs that aren't finished growing? please somebody help me!!