Two column layout flow for XSL FO

I am writing code to create a PDF from an XSL-FO script using Apache-FOP. So, I want the text to be in a two-column format in a single page. So the code currently is in the format.

<fo:root xmlns:fo=""> <fo:layout-master-set> <fo:simple-page-master master-name="main" column-count="2"> <fo:region-body region-name="main-body"/> </fo:simple-page-master>  <fo:page-sequence master-reference="main"> <fo:flow> <fo:block> SOME CONTENT </fo:block> <fo:block> SOME MORE CONTENT </fo:block> </fo:flow> </fo:page-sequence> 

So within the fo:block’s there are loops which further have nested blocks. So there are a few blocks which gets repeated in every page. So, I thought that the implementation would be such that the left column of the page would be filled before it moves to the right column. However, there seems to be an auto-balancing in which the content gets split to maintain same height or length of the two columns in the page. Is there any additional attribute to force the content to populate the left column and then move on to the right column?

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