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Diesel is a unique cannabis strain known to have elements of both Afghani and Mexican landrace varieties. With a mysterious origin story, the sativa-leaning strain is said to be a version of the original Chemdawg-91.
Although the parentage of both Diesel and Chemdawg-91 are disputed, they are siblings owing to their hybrid nature. Quality marijuana seed center, Seedism has its own Diesel strain of aromatic grapefruit and lemon-like flavors with a subtle whiff of hashish.
The effects of Diesel have been useful for many, reporting increased levels of focus and motivation. The strain also pumps a good amount of energy and creativity during the peak effects. It is known to invoke euphoric results which erases paranoia and other negative thoughts from the channels of the mind.
The Diesel strain is grown indoors and outdoors and is known to grow to a medium height. In the last phase of blossoming, it becomes more compact and condensed. With a 70-day flowering cycle, many skilled growers can return high yielding crops which is tall, fluffy with long flower buds. If grown in the southern hemisphere, April is the time to get the best results.
What are cannabis strains? They are either pure or hybrid varieties of the plant genus cannabis, which includes the species C. sativa, C. indica, and C. ruderalis. To learn more, check out MarijuanaDoctors.com‘s directory of marijuana strains.