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DIESEL Cannabis Feminized Seeds

5 Seeds Per Pack

Diesel Cannabis Seeds Feminized

      Quite possibly one of the most popular strains in the world, Diesel’s cannabis reputation as a pungent, fast-acting fuel is legendary. This hybrid that leans to the Sativa side, goes straight to the head, imparting a cerebral, energetic high. It is an easy-to-grow, medium-large sized, vigorous marijuana plant that produces long dense buds, covered in a resin that gives off an intense, sweet, complex scent of oil, citrus, and exotic fruit.

      Sea of Green, or Topping, is highly recommended as a lot of the award winners for size (in general) usually have some Diesel in their genes somewhere. You will harvest in approximately 9 weeks indoor, or mid October outdoor, depending on your conditions and climate. A cross of 60% Mexican Sativa, and 40% Afghan Indica, Diesel seems to have taken the best from both worlds. Indoors or out, you should watch for humidity, and bud size in general. The branches may snap due to the weight of the buds, and any plant that produces huge flowers will be a risk of mold or rot. It is best to plant in a dry area with a lot of air flow. 

    For a spectacular addition to any grow room, yard, or greenhouse, check out the Diesel!

There are several reasons why people may choose to grow Diesel cannabis plants:

  1. Aroma: Diesel strains are known for their pungent, fuel-like aroma, which many growers find appealing.

  2. Potency: Diesel strains are known for their high THC content, which can result in potent, long-lasting effects for users.

  3. Yield: Diesel strains can produce high yields, making them an attractive choice for growers looking to maximize their harvest.

  4. Versatility: Diesel strains can be grown indoors or outdoors and are suitable for both experienced and beginner growers.

  5. Popularity: Diesel strains are popular among both growers and consumers, making them a widely recognized and sought after strain.

    Diesel cannabis plants can be grown both indoors and outdoors, depending on the grower's preference and local regulations.

    1. Indoors: Growing Diesel plants indoors allows for greater control over the growing environment, including temperature, light, and humidity levels. This is a good option for growers who want to grow their plants in a controlled environment, regardless of the weather outside.

    2. Outdoors: Outdoor growing is more cost-effective, as it does not require the use of grow lights or climate control systems. However, outdoor growing is subject to environmental factors such as weather, pests, and local regulations.

    To grow diesel cannabis plants, you need to follow these steps:

    1. Choose a suitable growing environment: Indoors or outdoors, depending on your climate and personal preference.

    2. Get your seeds!

    3. Prepare soil or hydroponic setup: Use a high-quality soil mix or set up a hydroponic system for growing.

    4. Germinate seeds: Plant in moist soil, or starter cubes, with no dome, or cover.

    5. Transplant seedlings: Once they have sprouted and grown several leaves, transplant into larger pots.

    6. Provide adequate light: Use grow lights to provide at least 18 hours of light per day for indoor plants.

    7. Maintain temperature: Keep the grow room at a temperature between 70-85°F.

    8. Monitor nutrient levels: Use a nutrient solution to feed the plants and regularly monitor pH levels.

    9. Prune and train: Trim off dead leaves and branches, and train the plants to grow in the desired shape.

    10. Harvest and dry: Once the plants have matured, cut down and hang to dry before curing.

Diesel Info

  • Type: Indoor / Outdoors
  • Cross Mexican Sativa x Afghan
  • Growing: Easy
  • Flowering Time: 60-70 days
  • Indica/Sativa: 60% Sativa/ 40% Indica
  • Effect: Stone High
  • THC%: 21-24%
  • Yield: Up to 500gr indoor/900gr outdoor
  • Outdoor Mid-October
  • Availability: 54 In Stock
  • Model: T.C.S.
  • Manufacturer: Toronto Cannabis Seeds

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