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duckfoot cannabis seeds

The line is very stable, with typical Ducksfoot’s leaves. Flowering time is about 10/12 weeks, for a spicy and sweet peppery smell/taste and a very relaxing effect. This plant has not only visual, but a lot of potential.

Ducksfoot is an indica/sativa variety from Underground Seeds and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±77 days ) and outdoors . Underground Seeds’ Ducksfoot is a THC dominant variety and is/was never available as feminized seeds.

Basic / Breeders Info

Here you can find all info about Ducksfoot from Underground Seeds Collective. If you are searching for information about Ducksfoot from Underground Seeds Collective, check out our Basic Infos, Gallery or Lineage / Genealogy for this cannabis variety here at this page and follow the links to get even more information – or list all Ducksfoot Strains (3) to find a different version. If you have any personal experiences with growing or consuming this cannabis variety, please use the upload links to add them to the database!

Type: Hybride
Flowering time: 10-12 weeks
Harvest: upto 400 gram/m2(indoor)
Taste: sweet peppery smell
Effect: Relaxing effect
Flowers: Hybride type flowers
THC: Percentage up to 18%

inbreed from 4 génération

The cannabis buds grow in the normal way; they look, smell and taste just like normal cannabis. The effects are the same. Often the buds may show some beautiful blue colours. Outdoors she is ready around the start of October in the northern hemisphere or the start of April in the southern hemisphere. In Europe she can survive the Dutch outdoor climate and will also do very well in a greenhouse or polytunnel growing into a christmas-tree shaped plant. In good conditions she can reach 2-3 metres high. Yields are average or slightly above average, but quality of the cannabis is good with a strong sativa high with a spicy taste and hints of pine/citrus.

Frisian Duck has been one of Dutch Passions most unusual, and most difficult, breeding challenges. We have had numerous requests over the years, especially from outdoor/greenhouse growers, for a stealth cannabis variety that you could walk past and fail to recognise. And thats the real beauty of this variety – the natural camouflage given by the unusual leaf shape reduces the chance of discovery. People that were reluctant to grow a cannabis plant in the corner of their garden, or the countryside, will feel that the odds have been tipped significantly in their favour. A Frisian Duck will look great among the tomato plants in the greenhouse. And with her beautiful purple colours a Frisian Duck be perfect in the flower bed next to your flowering shrubs. In the countryside, hills, river banks and fields this is a variety which will naturally blend into the background. Frisian Duck does not mind being trained (tied down) to keep her short, she can also be topped and will respond with a bushier and shorter structure.

Above and below. Frisian Duck produces uniquely camouflaged leaves making it ideal for urban growing

The Ducksfoot cross with Frisian Dew, and the selective breeding over many generations has produced Frisian Duck. Its a variety which shows the best of both parents; tough enough for outdoor growing in Northern Europe or extreme southern latitudes together with webbed leaves to provide the unique ability to make it look like any other wild plant which you might walk straight past. The breeding to create Frisian Duck took several years but the result was worth it and shows the remarkable talents of some real ‘Masters at Work’. Most of the leaves are webbed and stay that way often into the end stages of flowering. Whilst most people would recognise the distinctive shape and iconic shape of a normal cannabis leaf they would fail to recognise Frisian Duck as a cannabis plant. Even experienced growers found it hard to believe. This makes Frisian Duck the perfect choice for people that grow in an urban back garden, patio, balcony or greenhouse and want the added camouflage provided by the webbed leaf which often resembles the squashed shape of a ducks foot.

Frisian Duck can also be grown indoors like a normal feminized photoperiod variety. Flowering begins when the lights are switched to 12/12, just like normal. Indoors the leaves also have the webbed ‘ducks foot’ shape. Because the strong cannabis aroma is the same as traditional cannabis this variety will still need carbon filters for indoor grows.

Frisian Duck is one of the most unusual cannabis varieties ever developed by Dutch Passion. It’s a cross of our outdoor number-one best seller Frisian Dew with a carefully selected gene bank ‘Ducksfoot’.

Ducksfoot is a strange looking cannabis variety with webbed cannabis which look notably different from the traditional cannabis leaf shape. A large number of pictures are included in this weeks blog because we have received so many mails about Frisian Duck since she was announced.

The plants grow tall enough and branch out in all directions. So, you need to have ample space while growing indoors.

If your grow room is not spacious, you’ll have to resort to periodic pruning to prevent overcrowding. Be liberal in supplying nutrients.

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Grow techniques

The duck foot breed is a gormandizer, and so you need to be generous in feeding the plants. Heavy watering should be restricted to specific stages, especially while planting the seeds, flowering period and a week before harvesting.

Owing to a mild THC level, the effects are cerebrally stimulating that makes you ecstatic but do not immobilize you. Ducksfoot is ideal for daytime smoking.

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Ducksfoot is a marijuana strain that develops ideally if grown in an outdoor environment that is sunny, warm, and dry. Indoors, the saplings develop fully in about 7-8 weeks at the end of which you can expect to pick up 250-350g of buds from every sq. Meter of space. Outdoors, the plants’ roots get firmly implanted in the soil to promote holistic growth and development with large and broad branches. If grown in suitable climes, every plant yields about 200g of buds.