Ducksfoot is named for its unique leaves, which have webbing between the leaflets, evoking the feet of waterfowl, rather than the fingerlike morphology of the elaves that has become one of the most recognizable icons to identify pot.
Wally Duck’s Ducksfoot is a mostly sativa variety from unknown origin and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±66 days ) and outdoors . .
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Basic Strain Info
Ducksfoot is a large growing plant that likes to get its feet in the soil and spread its roots to support branching. Wally Duck grows this strain in a natural sea of green, for both stealth purposes and increasing yield. it is a very heavy feeder and will take all the fertilizer you care to give it – nearly double the amounts most plants prefer.
As the plants mature, the odd leaves spread out, some reaching the size of dinner plates. Wally prunes to 4-6 main branches, bending them to create a predominantly horizontal profile, with as little vertical growth as possible. Without pruning, Ducksfoot shows extensive branching patterns. Many plants display attractive pink pistils as they ripen. In favorable climates, outdoor yields are rich – 200 grams and up per plant.
Wally Duck was the first who brought the Ducksfoot to the market.
Origins: Ducksfoot x sativa
Flowering: 60-72 days
Harvest: late October
This company is an Australian breeder that is known to specialize in marijuana seed strains called Ducksfoot. The term ducksfoot came from the appearance of the cannabis leaves that looks like duck’s foot instead of the usual 5 fingers. Because of this leaves’ appearance, the cannabis plant may not look like a marijuana plant to the trained eye. This breeder supplies a lot of online seed banks. Customers who buy marijuana seeds from online seedbanks that don’t alter the packaging made by the breeder will know when they see that the cannabis seeds came from Wally Duck Marijuana Seeds. There are a lot of customers who actually buy Wally Duck Marijuana Seeds by specifying to the online seedbanks that they prefer weed seeds coming from the said breeder. Some of the online seed banks where one can buy Wally Duck Marijuana Seeds include seedbay and 420 to name a few.
This breeder is actually known and called in cannabis circles as the “Maestro” and he has such superb for sale marijuana seeds. One of the acclaimed weed strains developed by Wally Duck Marijuana Seeds is a cross between Cinderella 99 and Panama Red. This breeder is now concentrating on growing cannabis seeds in Papua New Guinea and he has apparently stumbled on some really unique pot genetics that he will soon introduce to the world of cannabis.
But no stable hybrid has been developed yet, due to the fact that the gene responsible for this trait is recessive and it is not easily found in the offspring, which makes it a very difficult characteristic to fix.
This unusual structure ensures a high resistance to cold and moulds, as well as total discretion, which is the reason why some breeders have tried to cross it with other strains in order to enhance its cannabinoid levels (its average THC content is around 5%) and thus make it more attractive for the commercial market.
Dr. Grinspoon plants grown indoors
Bindi Buds or ABC (Australian Bastard Cannabis)
Throughout the history of marijuana, breeders have strived to find the best possible specimens of each strain in order to get hold of the highest quality plants, refine their lineages, and obtain new hybrids that are as solid as impressive. But the truth is that Mother Nature is unpredictable and sometimes she surprises and delights us with some unique and out of the ordinary plants, which stand out for their morphology or ability to adapt, developing very different traits to what we commonly consider as marijuana.
Also back in the 70’s, cannabis breeder Tom Hill launched a new strain for the Californian cannabis market, Deep Chunk, a pure Indica landrace from Afghanistan, which quickly gained recognition for its impressive traits.
As already stated, at first glance it may not look like a marijuana plant, resembling a hairy bush or some type of stringy vine rather than the usual plants found in our gardens.
Ducksfoot by USC