The leggett sour has by far been my favorite cutting of the Sour Diesel. As a farmer who specialized for years in selecting and cultivating sours for buyers the alderpoint sour can best be described as a “frostier sour” with a nose that’s reminiscent of old-school Headband (Sour x OG Kush) but with alot more bass on the gas. The resin grows TALL and falls off the stalk easily, so handle with care after drying and curing. CURING NOTE: It is in my experience that classic sours and headband’s tend to not fully develop their nose and bouquet until after several weeks of curing. 3-4 weeks of cold curing has produced the best possible sours and was the current technique I used when I Won at The Golden Tarps awards for best in category for our Spyrock Sour. Cold Cure sours at 50 Degrees F and 50% humidity in darkness.
These plants grow LARGE – select for dark leathery green leafs with a sheen that is often indiciative of sour diesel of OG foliage.
This creation was bred in the Alderpoint Area of the Souther Humboldt mountains