Its happened to every grower at one time or another, you're working away taking care of your plants when all of a sudden you find a busted branch. What do you do? Chop it off, leave it alone and let it continue growing or try and restore it to its former glory? If you want to fix something like this then here is a trick I use to help a plant heal broken or bent stems. It's simple and 100% effective. First find yourself some solid copper wire or something similar, twist the wire into a loose spiral shape and wind it careful around the damaged area, like in the image below. Carefully tighten the spiral around the stem just enough to support it. Because you're using a spiral shape, the copper wire will expand as the stem gets thicker without accidentally ring barking your plant. Repair complete! After 2 weeks the damaged area will be strong enough to support itself and you can remove the cooper wire or leave it in place till harvest time comes around.