Have you ever yearned for cannabis so good that Willie Nelson stands behind it? Well, look no further than Noble Farms in Tacoma. Noble Farms is a full operation (mothers, clones, etc. are all here) and all-indoor marijuana growing business complete with knowledgeable staff and state-of-the-art growing techniques, which may have involved them checking out these commercial cannabis grow room designs to ensure that their cannabis plants can achieve maximum growth. With 14,000 square feet dedicated to growing and perfecting cannabis, Noble Farms has some of the most impressive plants in the Northwest.
Though, to say that the aesthetic qualities of Noble Farms’ plants are impressive is an understatement, to say the least. For example, a Seahawk fan favorite, Blueberry beams with magnificent deep blue and purple hues. Such visually stimulating cannabis qualities are the result of extreme care and advanced knowledge from seed to flower. Mark Rowland, master grower, ensures that every plant is monitored and well-nourished through all life-cycle stages. Mark insists that nourishing a marijuana plant is much like nourishing a human body: high quality food yields healthy plants that need no pesticides or other forms of resistance help.
You read that right; Noble Farms is an all organic, pesticide free facility. The plants are fed a high-nutrient diet and reverse-osmosis filtered water. The walls within Noble Farms consist of food-grade material, ensuring everything is incredibly clean and the plants are kept healthy. Operation within Noble Farms is meticulous, catering to the needs of all life stages of a marijuana plant by transferring them to differing temperature and light controlled rooms, depending on development. This care and attention yields consistently high quality marijuana which appeals to all senses.
– Noble Farms (@Noble_Farms) January 30, 2015
Noble Farms’ operation is satisfying in ways beyond the senses as well. Will Burgett, Noble Farms’ product specialist, and his team ensure that every action is intentional, from growing to labor usage. The farm packages to order, a practice that ensures diligence to the very last step. Marijuana popularity is on a sharp incline in Washington. With this growth comes more retailers, and inevitably more demand on growers. Noble Farms rises to all production challenges with a fool-proof operation and pledge to maintain its high standards, matching any demand with ample supply. Just another reason to put the young farm as a front runner of Washington growing operations.
The operation has only been around since August, but that is not to say that Noble Farms is new to the game. In fact, Mark, Will and Derek Alia, operations manager–three of the main minds behind this farm–combined have ample experience in the business. From medical marijuana and general contract roots, this operation has all of the expertise, patience and drive to stay a marijuana-industry front runner for years to come.
The operation has a loyal customer following, and is only becoming more popular. With enough generated electricity to power 30 homes at 80% capacity, Noble Farms is ready to supply and grow with demand. The farm is also gearing up to grow with the times in regards to product demands by installing an extraction room, meaning that Noble Farms’ oils for edibles and vaporizers will soon be put to market.
Do yourself a favor and pick up some Noble Farms’ cannabis next time you are in the market to buy. Tried and true fans would recommend some Blueberry bud, while Willie Nelson gave Headband his nod of approval. However, Noble Farms’ Will insists that OG Kush will become your next favorite. Choose all or choose one; each is of the highest quality and will appeal to all of your senses. Get ready for an unparalleled experience.
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