Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: Heavy-hitting, uplifting and long-lasting are just a few of the words commonly used to describe the high produced from AC Diesel.
The crossing of these two Diesel varieties produced an all-around top-shelf strain. The buds are medium-sized, with long pink pistils and a silver sheen of trichomes. Aromas are unmistakably reminiscent of fuel and strawberries, making for similar flavors. The high hits hard, fast and lasts over an hour, with a slow and gradual comedown. In many dispensaries, eighths of AC Diesel are ranging between $45 and $55.
When cultivated indoors, these ladies will flower for 9 or 10 weeks. It's recommended to limit the time they spend in vegetation to 4 weeks, since they will double or triple in height, by the end of flowering. They can also be cultivated outdoors or in a greenhouse, with a good resistant to most pests and diseases. When cultivated outdoors, they'll be ready for harvest by the last week of October, in most cases. Like many sativa varieties, AC Diesel has a high calyx-to-leaf ratio, making harvesting relatively simple. Look for a heavy yield, whether growing indoors or outdoors. This is one of those strains that will likely require stakes to support the heavy colas, during late flowering. A Sea of Green garden is a good idea for AC Diesel and has shown to be highly successful when cultivating this strain.
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