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It doesn't look as crowded as a lot of plants I've seen so I wouldn't take any leaves at this stage. You can tuck the big ones down to expose the new growth.Would you advise to cut the leaves ?
But if any are touching the soil I'd slide a flat rock underneath to keep it elevated.
If you can get white light pics that would be a whole lot better though.
The faster they turn back up the happier they are! Sometimes I'll adjust the ties twice a day to stay in top of new growth.I'm now training them at least once a day to keep them flat. I counted 10 new tops on each of them, so my efforts aren't going unnoticed
10 new tops sounds great!