East Coast Stardawg – East Coast Sour Diesel x Stardawg
East Coast Stardawg is a cross of two famed cannabis cultivars that are known around the world. Both East Coast Sour Diesel and Stardawg gained their colossal cult following during the early 2000s as people began to seek out more exotic cultivars over their standard brick and low-grade commercial product. These two cuts have become nostalgic to many older Cannabis aficionados who quickly reminisce about the days they had with these strains growing up, anytime they come across them.
East Coast Sour Diesel, also known as ECSD, was once one of the most highly sought-after cultivars in Cannabis culture. This rare old school cut is known for her uplifting Sativa effects that will heighten your mood and make you feel energized and ready to take on the day. This is an excellent cultivar for stress and depression. You will instantly recognize the nose smacking aroma of East Coast Sour Diesel in the garden and a jar of flowers. The extremely potent sour pine aroma will smack your senses into attention. Her exclusivity has made her one of the nostalgic cultivars that everyone would love to get their hands on.
Gu’s Stardawg Stud
Stardawg is an all-star cross of Chem 4 to Tres Dawg. This iconic genetic selection is the result of Chemdog’s world-famous Chem 4 being bred with Topdawg’s Tres Dawg cut. Stardawg has been used in multiple crosses that have proven Stardawgs power for breeding is just as good as it’s quality in flower. Stardawg produces vigorous, sturdy plants that support large colas of high-quality bud.
Crossing East Coast Sour Diesel and Stardawg to create East Coast Stardawg will produce some fantastic new phenotypes that highlight the positive qualities of each parent. You can expect large yields of giant buds that reek with strong fragrances ranging from pungent sour gas to rubbery cleaning solutions and pine.
East Coast Stardawg (ECSD x Stardawg) – Genetic Makeup
East Coast Sour Diesel – 50%
Chem 4 – 25%
Chem D – 22%
Affy – 3%
Photo/Grow Credits: Heisenbeans (2018)