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Old 11-26-2008, 05:25 AM #1
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Lemon Diesel

Recently got clones of a strain called Lemon diesel in Oregon . It is a very short , stout and slow growing plant . similar growth to purple urkle but with fatter leaf blades . Very little stretch , and very strong , stiff branches .
When the stems are rubbed at any stage they reek of something lemony , can't quite put a finger on it . I have smoked the buds from a friend a few times and they are very flavorful , taste just like they smell . more lemony than diesel .
Anyway wondering if anyone here is familiar with this cut , what are some of your opinions on it ? . also would like to know the lineage . Thanks
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Old 11-26-2008, 06:32 AM #2
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Just picked up some lemon sour diesel from oregon...yum yum!


cant wait to see how this looks. congrats.
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Old 11-26-2008, 06:21 PM #3
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immaculate - thanks , same cut .
I will try to update as they progress
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I'm under the presumption that the LSD I had was grown outdoors....some of the leaves on certain buds had a slight deep purplish tint to them.

fatter leaves? doesnt that indicate indica dominance? i was under the impression that this was a more sativa dominant strain.

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Old 12-07-2008, 02:39 AM #5
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im about an hour and a half south of oregon and i was recently able to acquire a cutting of lemon diesel that looks identical to yours joe. dont no much about either other than its supposedly a "west coast diesel x Lemon Skunk" . first time growing it but as far as sampling it, i personally really like this strain. like you said the buds smell and taste more like lemon than diesel and it has a potent cerebral buzz with no cieling.

i would like to know how she yeilds and growth pattern during flowering. i assumed it would act like a sativa dom strain but like joeb said it seems like a slow grower, at least in early veg.
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Old 12-08-2008, 04:55 AM #6
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Yeah I also assumed that it would be much more sativa type plant , based on the smoke . The plant's growth however appears to be the most indica dominant in the room .
relic1981- thanks , that ( west coast diesel x lemon skunk ) makes sense to me .

I'll update pics in a few days
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here a couple of pics of the Lemon D that we had a while back. The taste was straight up super lemon.
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Old 12-08-2008, 05:45 PM #8
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imstoked on this. it will go (and grow) nicely with my redwood kush. just need to veg it out so i can clone it!
joe.. yours are 2 weeks into flower? how long did they veg for? nutes?
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Swollen Calyx - Nice buds man , i can almost taste the lemon now .

Relic - I am about 3 weeks into flower today , still almost no stretch to speak of . I vegged for roughly 6 weeks , not exactly sure but long veg time . This one is getting fed AN sensi bloom + mother earth , liquid karma and hygrozyme . 5 gal. pot of sunshine mix #4 .
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sound slike my style, escept gowing in humboldt flower company's basement mix (loose coco blended with lots of organic goodies) canna coco nutes (very light on this) cannazyme, mother earth bloom, liquid karma and sweet leaf on occassion towards the end of flower. im currently using botanicare's Guardian myco additive but i usually use Oregonism by Roots Organics because of the added humic acid and kelp. i skip the lk when applying this alternating them. typical veg for me is 2 weeks in 3 gallon bags.

side note: i just helped a friend with some grapefruit diesel (bc grapefruit x somas NYCD) and was not to impressed. stretchy and finished product was nothing to right home about, not bad just not g7reat. never seen pure soma diesel but i immagine its not that great compared to the chem line. any ways im hoping this lemon diesel is way better. u said miniamal stretch huh? mine is growing slow with fat indica looking leaves.
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