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Old 01-21-2013, 09:00 PM
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Default Nettle (Ukranian duckfoot)

Hi all. I'd like to tell you about my stealth-strain. Its like duckfoot. But I got it regardless duckfoot. So there are some characteristics:

1. Harvest: begin of october (50 0' latitude)

2. Power: compare with Pineapple Chunk(BF), Red Dragon(DF), Opium(PS), White widow(GHS)

3. Height: 1.5-3 m

4. Yield: not big (we are working with it)

5. Endurance: very good. Recomended for out.

6. Smell: there are variatiions with smell. Smell present at one case and absent in another.


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Old 01-22-2013, 11:09 AM
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Hi Fogger, Rather than reinventing the wheel you should simply get some beans or a cut of WallyDuck's Ducksfoot. They did all the work and selection already for u.

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Old 01-22-2013, 06:24 PM
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oily, I dont know what is gross feeder?
I forgot one thing. There are variatiions with smell. Smell present at one case and absent in another. I have to add it in description now.
Prof77, as I know he hasn't seeds now.
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Old 01-22-2013, 07:31 PM
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Hi Fogger, Rather than reinventing the wheel you should simply get some beans or a cut of WallyDuck's Ducksfoot. They did all the work and selection already for u.

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You could ask anyone who breeds auto strains the same. Well theres allways room for improvment and boy have they been improving.
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Old 01-22-2013, 07:43 PM
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Hi all. I'd like to tell you about my stealth-strain. Its like duckfoot. But I got it regardless duckfoot. So there are some characteristics:

1. Harvest: begin of october (50 0' latitude)

2. Power: compare with Pineapple Chunk(BF), Red Dragon(DF), Opium(PS), White widow(GHS)

3. Height: 1.5-3 m

4. Yield: not big (we are working with it)

5. Endurance: very good. Recomended for out.

that a nice little duck foot strain you have there. never grow ducks foot myself but i have a nice outdoor strain that dose this fogger.


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Old 01-22-2013, 08:17 PM
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brock1, this are intresting mutations. There are several grovers in my country who grow very intresting strain. They called it "Mnogolistka" (translates Manyleafy). I wiil get some seeds of this strain soon and I want to cross it with my Nettle. Look at it
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Old 01-22-2013, 08:41 PM
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I think it is commendable to breed cannabis for one's own purposes. Best of luck with this project Fogger.

Could you provide any info of the parentage?
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Old 01-23-2013, 05:53 AM
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Hey Fogger
sorry to confuse ,
I should have asked if it has high or low nutrient requirements
Does the one with the smell remind you of a smell you already are familiar with? or is the smell hard to describe?
Thanks
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Hard to describe. I even dont know which smell is equal with.
It has normal nutrient requirements.

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Old 01-23-2013, 02:16 PM
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Thumbs up Wallyduck chinese Ducksfoot

I Went Through A Ducksfoot Phase And Eventually Harvested Some Real Tasty Lemon Herb. Quite Mild, But Very Pretty In The Garden.
However Ducksfoot Don't Grow Well In Temperate Climates Like North Wales
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Old 01-24-2013, 12:49 PM
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I Went Through A Ducksfoot Phase And Eventually Harvested Some Real Tasty Lemon Herb. Quite Mild, But Very Pretty In The Garden.
However Ducksfoot Don't Grow Well In Temperate Climates Like North Wales
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i have seen a few people over here with a auto duck that's meant to be nice joe. i am getting a few ducksfootxlowriders to try but there f1's so i will have to do a bit of breeding to get them to express the ducksfoot trait.

Fogger that Mnogolistka looks real interesting how dose it smoke and smell? can you grow stems from the leafs or just leaf? let me know how that cross works out cause they will be ugly ducklings
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