Sour Diesel, sometimes called Sour D or NYC Sour Diesel is an invigorating sativa-dominant strain named after its pungent, diesel-like aroma. This fast-acting, highly popular strain delivers energizing, dreamy cerebral effects that have pushed Sour Diesel to its legendary status.
This amazing depiction of Sour Diesel came from Matt Leunig who brings us this tractor driving lemon farmer from way back creating an instant classic the resonates around the world for the global cannabis community who regale Sour Diesel as one of the very top strains in cannabis history.
Early on, Matt Leunig’s artwork consisted mostly of screen printed gig posters for touring bands and comic books but has since grown into all fields of illustration. His work has appeared in numerous publications, video games, music videos, art galleries, etc.
After a transient childhood overseas growing up in the Middle East, Leunig landed in the Bay Area and spent 10 years working in the video game industry and other jobs. Scraped Knee became a full time studio in 2010 & with the freedom of working from anywhere came the ability to uproot and travel whenever needed or wanted. After a brief 3 year stint in India, Atlanta & Washington DC the studio couldn’t help itself and had to return back to the Bay Area.
Stress, pain and depression fade away in long-lasting relief that makes Sour Diesel a top choice strain among medical patients. Being in a good mood is an effortless and natural feeling while experiencing Sour Diesel.
This strain took root in the early 90’s, and it is believed to have descended from Chemdawg 91, Northern Lights and Super Skunk. Sour Diesel is a tall, thin plant suitable for both indoor and outdoor gardens. Her foliage darkens to an almost purple color when in its final weeks of flowering. The buds commonly display pink to light orange hued pistils, and the formation is loose and spear shaped.
Let's face it Sour Diesel is the #1 most dominant strain on Earth - its the strain that has been the most ubiquitous on a world stage since 1990s with continued domination all the way to the present day. What beats it we ask you?