Diesel strains are among some of the most powerful and popular Sativa cannabis strains on the market due to their rapid vegetative growth, heavy yields of dense, resinous buds and invigorating effect, which is ideal for morning use!
The Diesel family consists primarily of Sativa-dominant hybrid cannabis strains which originate from the original Diesel plant – thought to be either an Afghani x Skunk cross or a Mexican Sativa x Afghani hybrid by a home grower. While her exact genetic lineage is unknown, Diesel tends to please growers because her vigorous growth and heavy bud production.
Diesel: A Strain that Needs No Introduction
While it’s pretty difficult to find the original Diesel cannabis seeds for sale these days, it’s still possible to get the same great Sativa-dominant effects from one of many Diesel-based hybrids, such as Red Diesel and NYC Diesel, both of which are best-sellers, with the former being an Amsterdam coffeeshop fan favorite. Red Diesel is a feminized photoperiod cannabis strain by Barney’s Farm which can yield up to 500 g/m2 after 65 – 75 days of flowering. NYC Diesel takes a little longer to mature (85 days) but delivers large, dense flowers which make it worth the wait! With an average THC content of 19%, Diesel strains are appreciated by both medical and recreational growers around the world.
Fuel your Day
Diesel tends to have a very hard hitting Sativa-dominant effect which leaves the user feeling positive and uplifted. Not only is this good for those looking to boost creativity and energy levels, Diesel strains tend to have widespread medicinal use for ailments such as depression and PTSD.
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