Duck Foot...unique to our Islands?

Discussion in 'Hawaii (HI)' started by CrazyDuck, Jul 8, 2008.

  1. CrazyDuck

    CrazyDuck Registered

    I'm new to this site, and wondered if anyone has more info on the elusive "Duckfoot". She is so pretty....She's about 6 weeks old, and I know next to nothin about her...aside from the fact that she sprouted in a mixed seed bag.
  2. stinkyattic

    stinkyattic CultiModerVatorAtor

    Bred by WallyDuck seeds. Should still be available in seed form.
  3. infamous1

    infamous1 Registered

    Ducks foot is just a freak. Ive heard that ducks foot was made by introducing unsprouted seeds to clorox for a little while then just germinate theem like normal and this is how ducks foot was made. But the it was like 20% of the seeds would germinate. Dont know how true this is...

  4. stinkyattic

    stinkyattic CultiModerVatorAtor

    That's a myth. The webbing arose after some initial work on the line had already been done. There's a lot of info on the history over on the breeder's forum at icmag.
  5. CrazyDuck

    CrazyDuck Registered

    Ya, I've been doin a lil readin on the duck...I guess its more common than I thought...maybe I'll try widow/duck cross. I just want somethin unique and yummy
  6. stinkyattic

    stinkyattic CultiModerVatorAtor

    Duck is unique fo'sho but if you are interested in yummy, you've got a whole array of other choices. Have you ever heard of Maple Leaf Indica?
  7. Punabud

    Punabud Registered

    just had two "ducks" myself. Unfortunately they both turned out to be males! But I have had them many times before. On the Big Island, my number one source of seeds gives me about 50% "duck feet"seeds!

    But I wanna get more exotic strains for outdoor growing. I'm looking to get some 'Blueberry Trainwreck',which is a good hearty outdoor strain. Mold & bugs were a big problem for me this past grow season?
  8. RoguePoet28

    RoguePoet28 Registered+

    i've seen something called a "web leaf" on the Big Island...sounds like your duck foot....

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  9. HonoluluASA

    HonoluluASA Registered

    I have never heard of Maple Leaf Indica, but you now have me interested in it.
  10. Gorillabuds43

    Gorillabuds43 Registered

    What's up puna bud

    Yo puna bud you know whea I can get some ducks
  11. waterdog

    waterdog Registered+

    I just so happen to grow those plants myself....I LOVE that cross!!! I also know where there are a few seeds for her! She is my largest yielder and earliest finisher by far.

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  12. honeygurl

    honeygurl Registered+

    waterdog, wonder how it would grow here in HI?
  13. oldhaole

    oldhaole Registered+

    This is just my not want to offend anyone

    I grew some Blueberry Trainwreck here on Maui. Nothing but problems. Attacted every aphid and gnat for miles around. And the weed was so sticky the little dead bastards would stick to the bud. The early flowering works against her also. Plant got to just three feet and started to go off. Everything else was 6 weeks behind her.

    On the good side she was very mold resistant. I suppose if you wanted to put a few generations crossed with itself you could get the early flower trait adjusted for our latitude.

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