Frisian Duck Feminised Seeds

Dutch Passion Product SKU: DP-FDCK-FEM
Easy and robust strain in disguise

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Frisian Duck grows with unusually shaped leaves making it difficult to identify as traditional cannabis and ideal for outdoor and greenhouse growing in populated areas. The name refers to the distinctive leaf shape which looks like a ducks footprint especially during the first two thirds of her life. During bloom some upper leaves may show the more traditional cannabis shape. Frisian Duck comes from crossing Frisian Dew with DucksFoot. This unique, robust, stealthy variety is ready to harvest at the start of October (start of April in Southern Hemisphere). She can show beautiful purple colours during flowering and grows like a Christmas tree, outdoors up to 2.5 meters, indoors up to 1.5 meters. Frisian Duck produces compact buds with spicy aromas of pine, citrus and fresh forest. The taste is similar with refreshing Sativa head-buzz and heavy yields. She was created for outdoor growing but also does well indoors. Frisian Duck is a unique cannabis plant in disguise; tough and easy to grow, perfect for less experienced growers. Frisian Duck grows without being recognisable as cannabis for large parts of its life.

Characteristics

Breeder/Brand Dutch Passion
Genetics Frisian Dew x DucksFoot
Variety Indica / Sativa
Flowering Type Photoperiod
Sex Feminised
Yield High
Plant Height 150-250 cm
Grows Greenhouse, Grows indoors, Grows outdoors
Flowering Time 8 weeks
Harvest Month October
Taste / Flavour Citrus, Pine, Spicy / Herbal, Woody

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