Thought to be an accidental cross when the DNL herried, Sour Diesel Strain (or East Coast Sour Diesel , as it’s commonly called) is a special plant in the OG Kush/ChemDawg line of strains. Its often “crushing” Sativa effect actually seems to hit most people as more of an indica, increasing couchlock and being strong to the point of being overwhelming at times. The plant itself is a fairly lanky one that tends to show lots of foxtailing when finished, practically stinking up the room with its pungent fuel-skunk-citrus bouquet.
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About Sour Diesel Strain
Sour Diesel Strain, sometimes abbreviated as Sour D, is an extremely popular strain, distinguished by the chemical fuel smell of its flowers. It has a mostly Sativa head with subtle physical Indica relaxation, making it popular with recreational and medical users alike. This is a powerful strain, with THC containing between 20% and 25%.
Sour Diesel seeds are packaged and available for sale at various seed bank retailers. Therefore roducers can also grow plants as clones, taking cuttings taken from fully developed plants of the same strain. Producers can grow Sour Diesel Strain indoors or outdoors. Although growing outdoors requires semi-humid, Mediterranean climates, with daytime temperatures between 72 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit. The plants are more characteristically Sativa than indicated, with a tall, slim appearance and large gaps between the flowering nodes.
Plants can grow to over four feet tall, and their height increases exponentially during the flowering stage. For those growing indoors, bending and pruning branches early in the vegetative stage can help train plants to fit in a limited vertical space. After that Sour Diesel blooms within 10 weeks when grown indoors and around early November when grown outdoors. Most importantly, It has a moderately high yield. Growers can expect between 42 and 56 grams (or between 1.5 and 2 ounces) per square foot of plant.