NYC Diesel Info
|PLANT TYPE||40% Indica 60% Sativa|
|THC||Up to 20%|
|CBD||< 1% CBD|
|CLIMATE||Indoors and sunny climate|
|YIELDS||14 to 17 oz per 3x3ft|
NYC Diesel Effects
New York City Sour Diesel is one of the ones that shows the East Coast can grow, too. I love it. I have a couple buddies in New York City and Queens that have been breeding on that project for a while with some other guys. New York City Sour Diesel is an indoor plant. It was bred for indoors, and it is probably 80/20 sativa, and they have the time down on it to where it is the eight-week flowering cycle now. New York City Diesel is probably about a seven on a one to ten difficulty scale, with ten being the most difficult. It is a little touchy on the fertilizer and the water, but when you get it right, she rolls. That is where it is really hard to mix indicas and sativas in the same room without having them on different tanks.
New York City Diesel usually flowers in between sixty and seventy days. The New York City Diesel is usually grown four or five feet, and it is budded and then it puts another foot on, so anywhere you bud it, you add another foot finished. It makes some really dense collis [SP]. It is what White Widow wishes it were. It is resiny and crystally. New York City Diesel is one of those ones that can really get to a big yielder, anywhere from four to ten ounces a plant. It depends on how much light you give it.
New York City Diesel pros and cons–pros, kick-ass weed. Cons, it does not really have any, other than you better know your shit. There are a lot of similar strains to New York City Diesel. I would say on the West Coast, it is Clone Only Train Wreck.