The New York Power Diesel Feminized cannabis is a cannabis strain that is relatively new to the cannabis industry. It is a hybrid of the Aurora Indica and Sativa Mexicana, and it possesses dominant sativa characteristics.
With its diesel-like odor and lemon-like flavor, New York Power Diesel feminized cannabis is slowly becoming a favorite among cannabis growers. If you want to learn more about this plant, read further and see if its attributes match your preferences.
Where To Grow
Cannabis growers who would like to grow New York Power Diesel Feminized cannabis can prepare either an indoor garden or an outdoor site for this strain since it can survive in both types of grow sites. The plants can thrive in the Mediterranean climate as well, so those that are located in this region should consider this particular cannabis strain.
This cannabis strain contains high THC levels, so when smoked, expect to experience a potent, long-lasting high.
Flowering period and yield
The average flowering period of New York Power Diesel is between 55 and 65 days. Upon harvest time, expect to get as much as 700 grams per square meter of yield.
Next state to legalize medical marijuana,
New York will soon become the next state to legalize medical marijuana, according to state legislators and New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, after an announcement released on Thursday.
This move will make New York the 23rd U.S. state to legalize medical marijuana and the 2nd largest state, after the state of California, to unban the drug for medicinal reasons.
At a press conference recently, Cuomo said that medical marijuana has a lot of benefits to offer to people, including children suffering from certain diseases. He described these cases as heart-wrenching, and he wanted to help them in whatever way to make their lives better.
Doctors in New York need to examine
Once the medical marijuana legislation is approved, doctors in New York need to examine and certify patients who are qualified to get medical marijuana treatment. Only those that suffer from particular diseases, including Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis, cancer, epilepsy, HIV, AIDS, and others, are to be permitted to use specific amounts of medical marijuana for their treatment.
The proposal states that patients will only have to eat, vaporize, or ingest the drug, and not smoke it. Those who will be caught violating these policies will be eliminated from the medical marijuana program as they will pose as threats to public safety and health.