Grower Spotlight: Sunshine Farms

Grower/Processor: Sunshine Farms


Location: Vancouver, WA.

Questions here are answered by Sean Leach, sales and cultivation

How did you get into this industry: We began by providing patients cannabis in Colorado after medical marijuana kicked off. (The company moved to Washington recently after selling its business operations in Colorado and is currently building out grows in both Washington and Oregon).

What sets you apart from other grower/processors: Our cultivation team has many decades of combined growing experience, with a large portion of that time spent growing together. We have a lifelong passion and respect for cannabis and for providing the highest quality flower possible at a fair price.


Lighting method: HPS, metal halide, inductives.

Indoor/Outdoor: Indoor, Tier 3.

Pesticides: Zero chemicals, only various organic oils like Neem oil.

Soil/Growth medium: Coco coir

Signature strains: Gorilla Glue #4, Phantom Cookies, Cookie Wreck, Jack Wreck, Mendo Blue Dream.

What would you like to see next as the industry evolves: More widespread legalization and more education available to the customer!

Gorilla Glue #4

Gorilla Glue #4

3 replies
  1. Chad A Bliss
    Chad A Bliss says:

    You know I’m a consumer of cannibis and you guys are selling pesticide weed and still have it on shelves and as a consumer I have a sister in law that runs to stores and would never except a product with rosmary and clove oil in the product and I have bought product with rosmary and clove oil in it and it made me sick and all I got was a ten percent discount on my next purchase and as I know my sister in-law runs two stores and if she got what I got she would of refused it and told you to take it back I feel like I was ripped off and smoking some bad stuff that made me sick and yet still today your selling the stuff that should not be sold so I hope you can get back to me and we can fix this problem aloha

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