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New York Power Diesel
Nirvana Seeds
Sativa 70 / Indica 30
Origins: Aurora Indica x Eldorado
Flowering: 65 days
nypdThe New York Power Diesel (NYPD) is an indoor power strain with a radical mix of Sativa Mexicana father and Afghan/Dutch indica mama. The Nirvana addition to the diesel family stays close to the New York variant. NYPD is an F1 hybrid that is balanced but sativa-dominant, with potential for gardeners and home breeders. Its mother plant, the Aurora Indica is a combination of Northern Lights and an Afghan strain that was stabilized especially for use in this cross. The heavy, greasy narcotic effects of the Aurora Indica beautifully cut the edge of the crispy, speedy Oaxacan sativa father known as Eldorado. The resulting terpenoids have a powerful diesel aroma with a lemon-edged fuel flavor.
NYPD grows tall because the sativa influence creates moderate spacing in the internodes and long stems. The branches are lanky but sturdy and are neither spare nor profuse, allowing the grower to decide which direction to take the gardening setup. Soil and organic maximize the aromas, but these plants are pretty dank and smelly in the grow space regardless. The dark green calyxes form chains of big popcorn buds that are surprisingly tight in structure. Hairs turn red toward maturity. NYPD yields are good – in a sea of green with 600-watt lights, gardeners can expect between 350 and 450 grams per square meter.
The New York Power Diesel is a blissful, balanced, and relaxing buzz that makes great campfire joints. It is a treat to smoke, starting with a clear, enjoyable transition and bringing a mixture of earthiness and lemon zing, over a recognizable deep note of diesel acridity. This buzz brings out a sense of calm, wonder, and sensory awareness. It can enhance discernment and pleasures. NYPD makes one notice the subtle flavors of foods, the enjoyment of the smells, sights, and sounds of the outdoors, and has potential as an aphrodisiac.