It is already February.
It is time for the curry leaf plant growers to prune to promote new buds to shoot while in winter. While the prune is so simple, I understand that a lot of curry leaf plant growers are reluctant to carry out hard prune. But, I am hearing from a lot of them that they were glad to have pruned the plant as to the outcome was good.
I compiled a video of my prune work for you. (honestly, just cutting the plant)
The leaves taken off from the plant can be kept in a plastic bag then put it in a fridge for a few days. If there were the leaves unused, you can fry them to preserve, as I wrote a blog before. I certainly do not recommend to freeze or dry the leaves as to the aroma which is the essential part of the curry leaf would be gone.