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Old 11-15-2020, 12:17 AM #1
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I've been reading about diesel and sour diesel strains origins lately from various posts and articles, most of them are quite old and I haven't find much on the DNL lineage. Maybe I've misses some things, would love to get some links.



Everything is pretty confusing to me but the consensus seems to be :

DNL = (RFK Skunk x Hawaiian Sativa) x NL


Were there any new discoveries on the subject latelly. What's RFK Skunk ? Does it have anything to do with RKS Skunk ? (I wonder because of the 3 lettres)
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I think RFK refers to the stadium where the Grateful Dead played
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Old 11-27-2020, 09:35 AM #3
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"RFK was a skunk strain developed from seeds found in a bag scored at the 90-91? Dead shows at RFK there were 3 different versions of RFK Skunk 1,2,3. The strain was given to a friend with some Hawaian seeds(still investagating source) and he crossed the two. Had a female and added some NL pollen(investagating source) creating the DNL, which hermi and seeded the Under Dawg Diesel. I know its confusing. But I think it should be like this..."
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Old 11-28-2020, 05:35 AM #4
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"RFK was a skunk strain developed from seeds found in a bag scored at the 90-91? Dead shows at RFK there were 3 different versions of RFK Skunk 1,2,3. The strain was given to a friend with some Hawaian seeds(still investagating source) and he crossed the two. Had a female and added some NL pollen(investagating source) creating the DNL, which hermi and seeded the Under Dawg Diesel. I know its confusing. But I think it should be like this..."
Well if that’s the time line for the RFK then there is no way it was part of the original chem
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Well if that’s the time line for the RFK then there is no way it was part of the original chem
No one ever said RFK or DNL was ever a pet of original Chem. Not once have I ever heard of that either.
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Old 11-28-2020, 04:53 PM #6
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Sour Diesel is a Chem line, that was discussed in depth by the “sour” crew that said it was the result of something herming on a Chem.
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Sour Diesel is a Chem line, that was discussed in depth by the “sour” crew that said it was the result of something herming on a Chem.
Yes. That’s true. But Chem is its own thing. How would DNL and RFK be a part of “original chem” as you stated?
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