I'm trying to keep the weepy shoots from going through my neighbor's chainlink fence. My plants are planted about 3 feet from the fence with the longest shoots 4 to 5 feet long. If I trim the tips of the longer shoots to keep them on my side of the fence, will it kill that shoot? I was told I could keep the new shoots in check by cutting them at ground level to keep them controlled on the fence side of the plant and that they wouldn't then grow back. But these are not growing too close to the fence - just weeping over. My plants are young and I really don't want to thin them, just want to keep things on my side of the fence for "neighbor relations". Thanks for any advice anyone can give.