Sour Diesel Auto is a Sativa-dominant, autoflowering hybrid that boasts bags of exquisite flavour, an intense psychoactive effect and an exceptional yield in record time. This award-winning auto strain was born from Haze 2.0 Auto and Sour Diesel – easily one of the favourite cannabis strains along the US west coast. She lives up to the high standards that come with the legendary Sour Diesel name and is certain to please even the most demanding Sativa-lovers.
Best Autoflowering at 2016 Lift Cannabis Expo (Toronto, Canada)
Her Sativa nature shines through, despite the time limit on her growth. An open and aerated structure, with good internodal spacing and skinny leaves, that allows for ideal light penetration. Perfect for humid outdoor conditions or indoor setups where Sativa genetics are preferred but space is limited (plants reach up to 1.6m tall).
Sour Diesel Auto churns out solid, high-quality Sativa cannabis flowers. Buds are elongated, foxtail-like and covered in sticky trichomes.
One of Sour Diesel Auto’s main assets is her delightful organoleptic profile that delivers what the name suggests – citrus, Diesel, fuel and wood. Intensely delightful.
A very hard-hitting and long-lasting cerebral euphoria that turns into blissful relaxation. Definitely not suitable for rookies or those with low tolerance. The highly psychoactive effect will get brain cells lighting up perfectly for creative-thinking tasks or artsy activities.
Sour Diesel Auto’s ability to grow vigorously, easily and fast, combined with high moisture-tolerance, make her ideal for amateur growers or those who desire speed in humid climates. She’s a typically greedy Sativa, so a little extra fertilisation is necessary, as is watering lightly but often. This, along with using a 1/3 coco coir substrate, will ensure that roots stay aerated, nutrients are absorbed optimally and that Sour Diesel Auto puts her full potential into delivering amazing-quality cannabis crops. It’s best to grow each seed in her own pot, 10-20L in size, from start to finish and use a 20/4-hour light/dark light cycle, indoors.