Hello and welcome to my grow. I am starting this mainly because while researching info on duckfoot strain I found little to no information about it. I hope my journal might be able to help others growing this strain,or I can gain more info from others who have grown it. Anyway here are the things I have learned about duckfoot. 1. It is a slow growing plant. I first attempted to grow it SOG style. Rooted clone str8 to 12/12 in an ebb&flow set up. not a good idea...lol, although it goes against SOG rules, you have to veg this for atleast a month. So I opted to harvest once every 60 days. I cut clones from the moms for the next grow, just as the vegged clones are entering the flower room. This gives me 2 weeks to get roots and start vegging, it also gives me some extra time in case I have any problems. 2. Although it requires a long veg time, this strain flowers almost as soon as introduced to a 12/12 cycle. Usually within 7days. 3. Unlike other plants I've grown, duckfoot doesent stretch much when switched to flower. I'm not sure why, I can only guess its because it starts flowering quickly. I veg them till 20" and the end up 25"-30". I don't think they could get the 2x-3x some ppl get when switched. 4. They do like to grow alot of branches and will turn into a bush with little training. I on the other hand am trying to lollypop them...lol, I love a good fight. No, I just train them that way because of my room size. I may let them go wild this time. I have removed bottom branches till now ,but we will see once I put them into the flower room,what direction I will take. 5. From all I have read, these are not good for indoor.But as I mentioned b4, I love a good fight. I think if you can grow it outdoors,should be able to grow it indoors. This is my 3rd. go around with duckfoot indoors,so its still a learning process. 6. Contrary to what I have read about duckfoot, mine are light feeders and sensitive to nutes. I have had them burn at 1/2 strength feedings. Should also mention this is my first go with the hempys.