Rainer Acres is a Tier II located in Airway heights, just west of Spokane. They started growing in August of 2015, and recently acquired the new facility on January 1st. Their new grow was formerly a project that James Hart, owner of Rainer Acres, spent hundreds of thousands of dollars renovating. Their 2,600 square feet flower room is just about to have its first harvest.
“…growing a premium product at a price point people can afford.” – James Hart, owner
Their plants are grown in soil using organic nutrients mixed on-site. Their grow is pesticide-free, and verified by Trace Analytics. Water is run through reverse osmosis and applied, by hand, to each plant. Curing and drying are both done on an individual basis: drying between 4-7 days, and curing between 10-14 days, on average. James currently has 7 consistently-grown strains, but just brought in 100 new genetics to begin experimenting with. The fan favorite is Primus, but all the strains in their rotation are hits.
As James and I walked through the facility, he explained the company’s methods and history, as well as their overall mission: to make sure nothing toxic is left in the plant. “We put our heart and soul in this place,” James said. His master grower, Michael Bush, vigorously nodded in agreement. James says their goal is “growing a premium product at a price point people can afford.” The flowers are lush, the microbial test results are 0s, their inventory sells out every month and their numbers show sustainable growth.
They currently offer flower, joints and extracts made by Bodhi High. In the near future they will be bringing their extracts in-house, and plan to release a game-changing oil cartridge. Get some!