How to grow Ducksfoot pot plants?
The plants grow tall enough and branch out in all directions. So, you need to have ample space while growing indoors.
Indoor vs. outdoor growing
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.
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.
Indoors, it is receptive to SOG, and SCROG grows techniques, thriving in orangery and greenhouses. If your grow room is not spacious, you’ll have to resort to periodic pruning to prevent overcrowding. Be liberal in supplying nutrients.
If your grow room is not spacious, you’ll have to resort to periodic pruning to prevent overcrowding. Be liberal in supplying nutrients.
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.
- Chronic fatigue
- Mild Migraines
Taste & Aroma
Tokes of this strain has a strong aftertaste of spices and coffee. The aromas wafting out of the vapors are reminiscent of spices, coffee, and pungent skunk.