Auto Duck feminized seeds

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Auto Duck is a super-fast autoflower developed by Dutch Passion. The high-quality cannabis strain is perfect for the outdoor grower looking for a superfast time of growing – only 75 days from germination to harvest. Great for colder climates and discreet growing!

  • Dutch Passion
  • Feminized
  • Autoflowering
  • Outdoor
  • Indoor
  • Say good buy to the worries
  • Frisian Duck x Auto White Widow
  • 300 - 400 g/m² indoors
  • 77 - 84 days
  • Sativa / Indica hybrid
  • 7 - 15 %

Auto Duck: Best Discreet Strain There Is

Auto Duck is a stealthy cannabis strain with unusual looking leaves – making it difficult to spot as a cannabis plant to those unknowing. This makes it great for outside growing as you are able to grow your plants in a discreet manor until the flowering begins.

This plant is ideal for those outdoor growers who want a plant that will not resemble a cannabis plant at all under the flowering period begins. Once it begins, each plant will produce incredibly dense, thick buds that can be harvested in a fairly quick time. The leaves a very different from regular cannabis leaves – which is often what gives away the fact it is a cannabis/hemp plant. It should take around 85-90 days from seed to harvest. Indoors the plant will be stable on a 20/4 light schedule and should be ready to harvest in 75 days from initial germination. The name comes from the leaves which resembled a duck’s foot. The fast flowering is due to the Ruderalis genetics, so its ideal for even the colder climates around the world.

  • Powerful high with mixed genetics;
  • Superfast plant life cycle;
  • Ideal for the beginner grower;
  • Medium THC content - 7-15%;
  • Great for the discreet users.

Get Your Stealth Mode On

This strain is a mix of both Indica and Sativa for effect and taste – great for those looking for an all-rounded strain with plenty of character the aroma. Ideal for the grower who doesn’t want anyone to know what they’re growing – especially in public fields or visible back gardens!