East Coast Sour Diesel



Some cannabis consumers use East Coast Sour Diesel (ECSD) and the original Sour Diesel interchangeably, but they aren’t exactly the same. Created by Dr. Greenthumb, East Coast Sour Diesel is derived from Sour Diesel, producing a heady strain that, according to the breeder, has tested at a whopping 27% THC.

Dr. Greenthumb’s East Coast Sour Diesel has a flavor profile of diesel fuel.

Top reported effects

  • Focused
  • Energetic
  • Talkative

Top reported flavors

  • Diesel
  • Earthy
  • Pine

Grow information

In a 60-to-75-day flowering cycle, this strain yields large amounts of chunky, light green colas coated with frosty resin and dark green leaves. East Coast Diesel plants reportedly grow indoors between 21/2 to 3 feet, or 76 to 91 centimeters, and producing between 350 to 450 grams of flower; outdoors, it can grow between 4 to 8 feet, or 1.2 to 2.4 meters, and yield between 1 to 4 pounds, or 454 to 1,814 grams, per plant. When cultivated outside in the Northern Hemisphere, grows should prepare to harvest this strain in early-to-mid October or in mid-April if grown outdoors in the Southern Hemisphere.


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