Pro topic, Holmes. Don’t monkey with diopter unless you know how all the pieces work together.
If you do, here are some worthwhile posts on equalizing / patching:
A lot of these scenarios are best evaluated case-by-case so be sure to learn all about diopter equalizing before trying things. Supportive, myopia control friendly optometrist also likely great to have around.
And as always, there’s quite a bit of excessive patching advice floating around online. Remember to introduce stimulus gradually and in the case of single eye activity, a little does go a long way.
Here’s the video:
Nice background, eh?