A genius composition based on a crossing of Mexican Sativa and Afghani #1. The smell is very complex, intense and full of interesting flavours ready to satisfy all of our senses. The remarkable “oily” scent, mixed with hints of citrus and exotic fruit, really is a pure enjoyment for our sense of smell. A long-lasting, typical “sativa-high”, reliably does the rest. Try Diesel, 100% emission-free!
|Genetics||60% sativa - 40% indica|
|Parents||Mexican Sativa x Afghani|
|Flowering period||60-70 days|
|Harvest time (outdoor)||Mid October|
|Available as||Feminized seeds|
We’re all conscious of Diesel strains, they've been passed around in smoke circles for about two decades now. Dinafem has made their own interpretation of Diesel, which has become an immense success. It’s important to note that this Diesel does not derive from Chemdog genetics, which is usually Diesel’s heritage. Dinafem decided to cross Mexican sativa together with Afghani genetics to produce an excellent 60% sativa and 40% indica strain that sativa-enthusiasts will love.
Diesel shall produce around 12-16% of THC, which is a moderate amount. It’s perfect for chilled and upbeat social sessions with friends and acquaintances. If you’re planning to blaze at a wedding or other festivities, Diesel by Dinafem is your strain.
The flowering period lasts approximately 60-70 days. Make sure to give her solid amounts of nitrogen during the vegetative stage, while introducing phosphorus and potassium among other ingredients during the flowering stage. If you’re growing outside, harvest Diesel by mid-October.
The yields are solid, 475g/m² for indoor growth and 900g/plant outdoors. It’s not an immense amount in comparison with other Dinafem strains, although the aromas, taste, and high will compensate for the yields. It’s definitely a connoisseur strain, with its remarkably oily scents of mandarin and a tropical fruit taste.
We know that it’s hard to choose a strain to grow, due to the vast amount of strains out there. Begin with this easy-to-grow strain, and discover the Diesel potential.