Sour Diesel strain review
Sour Diesel strain:
Sour Diesel is an incredibly common type, often abbreviated as a sour D, which is distinguished by its fuel-like flowers’ chemical scent. It has a predominantly Sativa head with a slight relaxation in physical indica, making it popular with medical and leisure users. It is a versatile strain with a THC level estimated between 20% and 25%.
While scientifically, not 100% identified, Sour Diesel’s genetic heritage was established in the 1990s and is believed to include Chemdawg 91 as the parent plants and Super Skunk as very active and very heady strains.
Appearance-wise, Sour Diesel continues to be recognized because of its classic pot with leafy green sugar leaves and subtly rosy-orange pistils that carry the face of this crop with color and beauty. The Sour Diesel nuggets are always very frosty and covered in a wide number of thin, bright crystals, all of which signify Sour D’s intense strength.
You might find hints of lemon zest and other citrus fruits embedded in the flavor, which is perhaps the reason why it is called a “sour” because of the scent pungent and skunky. Their taste is earthy and often lacerated with a little bit of citrus fruit while consuming this type of pot.
This strain can be grown both indoors and outdoors, with an average flowering time indoors of approximately 9-10 weeks. If growing outdoors it will flower around or early November. Also, when growing outdoors expect about 20-25 ounces of fresh weed per plant to yield strong results. Expect the same amount if grown indoors, but per meter squared.
Users should modify their use individually, in particular those with a lower THC tolerance. It is around 2 to 3 hours long and has an estimated amount of diesel.