Fruity, compact and easy to grow: with 70% sativa genes, White Haze Automatic by White Label ensures a great energy boost.
White Diesel Haze Automatic by White Label growth pattern
White Diesel Haze Automatic seeds by White Label comprise 70% sativa genes. It has very quickly become one of our most popular sativa strains. The autoflowering variant has the same robust buds as the original, but it grows more compactly than regular White Diesel, making it the perfect sativa for small gardens.
Which also means it’s easier to conceal, and won’t attract any unwanted attention. Despite its small stature, this feminized autoflowering strain produces impressive, strong buds with a dense layer of white trichomes that lend it a frosty appearance.
This strain was created by crossing a White Diesel with Ruderalis. The result is an autoflowering strain with an easy nature. Even novices can achieve top results. Following a short growth phase, the plants begin to flower as if by magic. This happens automatically, with no need to adjust the lighting period.
Ambitious growers with some experience of growing can try a Sea of Green (SOG), where several small plants are arranged in a small space. The best results are obtained indoors under artificial light. In a warm climate with mild and long summers, outdoor cultivation is also a consideration.
Effect, flavour and smell of White Diesel Haze Automatic by White Label
Typical of a Diesel is the quick onset high, which most users experience as cerebral and uplifting. This characteristic makes White Diesel Haze Automatic by White Label an ideal strain for daytime use. Creative types use the effect for their work. Keep a few snacks to hand, because this strain can trigger a real attack of the munchies in some people.
Fans recognise White Diesel Haze Automatic by White Label from its flavour. In addition to the unmistakeable fuel smell, it is primarily fruity notes such as grapefruit, lemon and in some cases even rhubarb that linger in the air
Did you know?
A real hype has developed around diesel strains in recent years. They all originate from New York City. Legend has it that a passionate hobby grower cultivated a few plants that were first called Chemdog, and subsequently renamed Diesel.