NYC Diesel Auto fem seeds
NYC Diesel Auto from Barney’s Farm is an Indica-dominant (60%) hybrid, an autoflowering version of world known Soma’s classic, sold as feminized seeds. Keeping all the traits and qualities of the original, such as strong and long lasting high, and distinct and pungent Diesel smell, crossing it with Ruderalis shortened its finishing time to just 60-70 days from seed to harvest.
- Barney's Farm
- Bright high turning into stone
- NYC Diesel x Auto
- 90 - 100 cm
- 600 g/m² indoors
- 60 - 70 days
- 40% Sativa /60% Indica
- 16 %
- 2.0 %
NYC Diesel Auto: Best Choice For Sea Of Green
NYC Diesel Auto is a cross between NYC Diesel, a popular old school strain dating back to the 1980s, when legendary breeder Soma first bred it and Ruderalis. It’s an autoflowering version with a short flowering time and great resistance to harsher climates, allows growers to grow it all around the world. For optimal results in both potency and yield, warmer Mediterranean climates or greenhouses are preferred where even multiple harvests are possible.
Plants will usually stay below 100cm both indoors and outdoors, with yields going up to 600g/m2. NYC Diesel Auto produces one main, huge cola, with a few collateral branches that get filled with dense and hard, elongated buds with a soft mandarin scent, which makes it an ideal choice for Sea of Green.
- 16 plants are recommended per square meter in SoG
- Doesn’t react well to topping and FIMming and is not suited for SCRoG
- Likes strong and intense light, so 1000W HPS or equivalent are recommended
Strong And Smelly Diesel Fueled Relaxation
NYC Diesel Auto effects are strong, fast hitting and long lasting. It starts as a as cerebral and finishing with a fully body high, leaving you relaxed and sleepy. Aromas are pungent, primarily Diesel fuel with sweet, spicy, lemony and mandarin undertones. Flavors are citrusy and earthy, with hints of tropical woods.
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