Sativa-dominant Triple Cherry Diesel from Sin City is a cross between Buddha’s Triplets and Sour Jack, hence it has entirely different genetics to the similarly-named Cherry Diesel by MTG Seeds, which is a cross between Cherry OG and Turbo Diesel. Triple Cherry Diesel was released for testing in the spring of 2015 and quickly found favour with growers and users alike.
There are different kinds of cherries and Triple Cherry Diesel definitely takes its flavour from the sour variety. It has the sort of fresh, zingy tartness you’d associate more with citrus, but it’s definitely berry. The body is old-school diesel. In other words, the taste is absolutely nothing like Cherry Diesel, which is for those who like their weed sweet even though it too has a diesel base. Triple Cherry Diesel is for those who enjoy having their taste buds tickled with sour flavours rather than sweet ones. Obviously, being a Sin City breed, Triple Cherry Diesel is still as smooth and dank as you can get.
It can be hard to get specific data on the THC levels of strains by Sin City, but looking at the genetics they use can often give some useful clues. Buddha’s Triplets is a cross between Buddha’s Sister and Triple OG, the former has THC levels of around 20%, whereas the latter has THC levels of between 10% and 20%, Sour Jack has THC levels of around 20%. Therefore we’d expect THC levels to be in the high teens and low 20s, so medium to high. Hence we’d expect it to offer very decent relief from pain, cramps and nausea as well as being able to lighten mood and bring on a buzzy, energetic high.
While there have been only a limited number of people lucky enough to get their hands on Triple Cherry Diesel seeds so far, feedback from growers has been excellent. There has been particular praise for the consistency with which a high percentage of the seeds germinate. The Buddha’s Sister genetics point to a strain which is easy to grow and produces very respectable yields and indeed this is the case. Triple Cherry Diesel grows indoors in around nine to ten weeks. We were unable to find official details on the outdoor harvest or locate any outdoor growers, however Triple Cherry Diesel is stated to be suitable for outdoor growing and we’d assume a harvest around end September. Yields are in the region of 400 – 800 gr/m2.
Indoors or outdoors
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Nine to Ten Weeks
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Buddha’s Triplets and Sour Jack
Medium to high
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