Sour Diesel Auto has a very jagged bud structure, that could be described as long, yet elongated. The calyx will point outwards like a star formation, with a lime green color behind a silver blanket of trichomes. The nugs are very dense and hard for their large size and have a highly demandable bag appeal. When handling a dry flower, your fingers will quickly become coated in a greasy resin that lingers of pure gas, citrus, and fuel.
This lady can be deceptive with her sour, pungent, chemical fuel terpene profile into making you think she is a Kush variety. However, Original Auto Sour Diesel has an effect that is much an expression of her Sativa heritage and will keep you on a soaring, cerebral wave that with enhance creativity, energy levels, and motivation. A really great strain to enjoy in public amongst friends, working on a creative project or gaming.
She can grow on the taller side and reach a height of 120cm due to her Sativa influence, where she will grow with medium-sized internodal spacing with a large number of side branches. When flowering, Sour Diesel Auto will produce up to 450-550gr/m2 of large-sized nugs, making her a large producing autoflowering strain.
Only for experienced growers it is advised to perform L.S.T on plants for those with limited space. Tying down her long side branches will also allow the plants to focus her energy on producing huge colas. Hash makers and extractors will have plenty of leaf and sugar trim to use, so prepare in advance. Outdoors this hybrid performs incredibly well, especially in hotter climate zones. But, she can also handle cold nights well so it can be a good choice for colder climates, and will ripen with a dark purple color, making her even more special looking. This girl likes to drink nutrients, but avoid feeding too late during flower to improve the final taste, quality of ash, and overall experience.
The flavor of Sour Diesel Auto is a complex mixture of sandalwood, pepper, earth with notes of sour citrus. A heavyweight in the terps department and a true representation of fuel and gas cultivars.