My Meyer lemon previously had a problem with some spotty yellowing of its leaves shortly after purchase as per this question but seems to have largely recovered. However, the stem is on a serious lean on account of the heavy fruit on its branches.

leaning Meyer

And the main stem has a split in it as well which can't be helping

split in the stem

And there appears to be some mild early magnesium deficiency with tip chlorosis

tip chlorosis

So, should I just cut the stem below the split to alleviate both problems and let it bush out below the prune? Or just remove the fruit?

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