These Creme Brulee are now all confirmed females at 9 days flowering. My interpretation of topping at the seventh node was different than what PJ does. I went up seven nodes, then topped above that. PJ goes to the seventh node a d cuts.below that. Then I cleared out the bottom two nodes leaving me with five instead of four nodes. Either way, they are branching out as advertised.
Speaking of lower branches, these are the clones of the females. These sat in a cup of water for about a week before I got around to putting them in the cloner. Yes, you can use LITFa to clone too! They all seem happy and healthy. Normal cloning routine: RO water, 20 ml Clonex, 10 ml ResClear, 400 PPM, pH 6.