NYC Diesel Feminized
Diesel is a rather big marijuana plant with an open and branchy pine-shaped structure. Her jagged and elongated leaves present a beautiful light-green colouring, and her buds are large, elongated, dense and resinous. Diesel usually gives way to very homogeneous plants, which is great news because it makes the growing process much easier.
Diesel is a heavy-yielder delivering crops to meet all expectations. In fact, this heavy-producer can provide up to 475 g/m2 indoors and some 950 g/plant outdoors. The unique perfume she gives off once the crop’s been harvested is simply amazing, making us feel as if we were in a real petrol station. A not-to-be-missed experience!
Aromas and flavours
Diesel showcases an array of intense flavours and aromas that will awaken all your senses. Initially, it’s mainly a petrol-like scent, very sweet and complex, but later on, once she reaches the taste buds, hints of tangerine, lemon, lime and exotic fruits emerge, all topped off with a lingering diesel aftertaste. An unusual experience everyone should try at least once!
Diesel contains THC levels around 12-16% and low CBD content. Her effect is Sativa-like but really gentle and bearable, obviously affecting more the head than the body. In fact, it will never be like the typical smashing ‘high’ Sativa genetics deliver. The cerebrally stimulating and euphoric sensation turns into a nice feeling of relaxation as time passes by. Once you try her, you won’t be able to forget her!
Diesel grows vigorously and copes well with moisture as well as with diseases; two important features that make her a safe bet. Another factor in her favour is her short flowering: 60-70 days indoors, and by mid-October outdoors. Despite her ability to adapt to any type of situation, where she does feel at ease and show her full potential is in dry and temperate climates. However, if you’re cultivating indoors, using SOG or SCROG is the best way to make the most out of her. We cannot either fail to mention that anti-odour filters are essential during the flowering phase.