BLACK FRIDAY STRAIN SPOTLIGHT: SOUR DIESEL AUTO

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Seedsman’s Sour Diesel Auto gets its genetics from the legendary east coast hybrid Sour Diesel and the potent and equally popular Haze family of strains – two of the most celebrated lineages in the cannabis world today. This offspring combines the best traits of its parents to produce an easy growing auto with a strong uplifting high and unique taste profile. Family History Legend has it that Sour Diesel was created in the early 1990s in NYC by a grower named ‘AJ’. Its precise heritage – whether it was a cross between Chemdog 91 and Super Skunk, or original Diesel crossed with an unknown skunk (containing skunk #1 and Northern Lights) – remains debated. Regardless, it soon distinguished itself by its pungent fuel-like smell, euphoric and energising high, combined with more subtle physical relaxation (i.e. not pinning you to the couch). These effects make it perfect for day time use, getting stuff done and socialising, and have ensured its consistent popularity among both recreational and medical users alike. The Haze family genetics in Sour Diesel Auto come from crossing SD with Haze 2.0 Auto (Haze Auto x Jack Herer clone). Haze Auto 2.0 is an easy to grow Haze autoflowering, with increased resin production and potency and the typical Haze aroma of citrus and woody notes. The origins of the well-loved Haze strains are again hard to pinpoint. Supposedly originating in the 1970s in California, the first Hazes were likely crosses between landraces from Colombia, Mexico, India and/or Thailand. Arriving in Holland in the late 70s or early 80s they proliferated and have been hybridised into the wider family they are now. They are renowned for their potency (high THC levels), sativa dominant characteristics, energetic and cerebral high, and a citrus and earthy flavour. Grow Information Although Sour Diesel Auto…

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