Welcome to another Seed to Harvest Grow Journal and strain review episode, this time we follow the Sour Diesel Feminized strain bred by ILGM – I love growing marijuana Seedbank – and talk about the experience of growing this from strain from seed to harvest under the Mars Hydro 300W LED – SP3000 & 2×4 indoor tent grow.
1:05 Strain Info ILGM (Sour Diesel Feminized)
2:18 Veg Cycle
3:09 Soil Mix
5:57 Flower Cycle
7:24 Strain Review (Harvest)
9:59 Mars Hydro SP3000 LED
In this Seed to Harvest of the ILGM – Sour Diesel Feminized, we cover the strain information (parent genetics), the tips of growing this strain in veg weeks 2-6, and Flower from weeks 1-10 (final harvest day 74 / week 10).
Ultimately we’re testing to see if it makes the list of the best strains to grow in 2021-2022 season.
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This is a Sativa forward blend with 60% Sativa and 40% indica. It acts fast and brings a powerful cerebral response that energizes you without leaving you jittery. On it you get a dreamlike high that carries you through the day.
Sour Diesel Strain Origin
Created in the 1990s in California, this strain has a lot of legends, but few facts. Fans claim it descends from Super Skunk and Chemdawg 91. What is known is that it is one of the best genetic hybrids on the market today.
Growing Sour Diesel Seeds
These are feminized seeds. Female plants, contrary to male plants, are the ones that actually produce weed. They start flowering when they receive less light per day, i.e. in the Fall or when you manipulate the light cycle indoors.
We guarantee that your seeds will sprout and advise reading our germination instructions for guaranteed results.
Best Climate For Sour Diesel
Sour Diesel grows best in sunny, warm areas. Growers consider it a difficult strain to cultivate outdoors because it’s prone to powdery mildew. If you want to grow outside you want a dry and hot climate. The less humidity, the better.
If growing indoors, you are going to want to use high-intensity lights in a dry, sterile room. Indoors it’s easy to keep the plant compact and, on average, takes about 10 weeks for flowering. To learn more about cultivating both indoors and out, check out our grow guides to get your best grow right the first time!
Outdoors these ladies can get big (think Brienne of Tarth big). If you have the right climate, go for it! These big ladies produce massive yields.
Feeding Your Plants
Bergman’s Marijuana Fertilizers will help your Sour Diesel grow each step of the way. Be sure to get the correct NPK nutrients so you maximize the results fo your yield.
This sturdy, bushy cannabis plant is very resistant to diseases, molds, and pests that commonly affect growing marijuana.
If you want to be sure your plants are well protected from molds and bugs, our marijuana protector sets go well with even the most resilient of strains.
Flowering & Yield
When growing indoors, Sour Diesel plants take about 9 to 10 weeks of flowering before you can cut your plants. Under the right circumstances, you can yield around 16 ounces in a 3x3ft area.
If growing outdoors, expect to harvest sometime November at the latest. Sour Diesel performs very well outdoors, and with enough sunlight and proper feeding, you can have a monster bush on your hands.
ILGM / I love growing marijuana – Sour Diesel
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