Frisian Duck delivers good results indoors, but it is outdoors where it reaches its full potential, particularly if the climate is temperate or Mediterranean or if it is grown in the warm atmosphere of a greenhouse. Some phenotypes take on beautiful purple colours during flowering.
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This is a Frisian Duck plant in the vegetative stage
Some strains are descended from the Ducksfoot strain, retaining the original leaf shape while giving growers additional variations on the qualities of the buds themselves, and allowing growers to get a version of this strain in seed form. Most of these options are bred by Dutch Passion. Otherwise the main way to get a “duck” strain is to find someone who has one and take a clone.
Cannabis leaf with Ducksfoot mutation – it almost looks like the webbed foot of a duck!
This is what these buds look like when the plant has been grown out – it doesn’t look much like a cannabis plant at all! Still, this growth pattern is a mutation which means that not all seeds will grow like this. This is an important fact to keep in mind with any of the current ‘stealth’ strains.
Did you know that some strains don’t look like traditional cannabis plants? These plants take advantage of a leaf mutation that causes leaves to grow in a different shape than standard cannabis plants. As a result, if you’re growing cannabis outdoors a strain like this may make things just a little less suspicious at first glance!
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Variations on the Ducksfoot Strain