“You know Scott, it’s really rare to find this kind of dankness anywhere in the state.”
Canna Cribs: Season 1, Episode 6.
Rare Dankness™ was founded in 2010 after many years of growing, collecting, preserving, and experimenting with many varieties of Cannabis.
Through their global network, Rare Dankness™ has been able to work with some of the most sought after and highly coveted genetics.
Here’s a preview of what you’ll get in the episode!
Interview with Scott Reach:
Nate sits down to chat with Scott Reach, the founder of House of Dankness and Rare Dankness. Learn about Scott’s journey in the cannabis space, his cancer diagnosis, and being the first ever American Grower to win the coveted Cannabis Cup with his Moonshine Haze.
Research and Development:
Visit Scott’s Research and Development room and learn about his pheno testing, nutrient testing, and of course, breeding seeds.
Rare Dankness only sells strains developed and grown by Scott. Learn more about his award winning genetics, phenotyping, and genetic crossing & backcrossing.
Nate chats with Adam about the propagation procedures at Rare Dankness from taking clones to how to harden your seedlings prior to veg with Mondi Domes.
Automation & Security:
Automation is important at Rare Dankness. Mike explains how the facility uses automation for remote monitoring and how it can help lower overhead and improve harvest. Be sure to check out their state of the art security system.
Mike takes Nate through the veg room to discuss bringing clones into veg, light setup, protecting your plants from algae and mold, as well as their proprietary nutrients.
Scott teaches Nate about more automation for controlling, lighting, filtration, fertigation, hvac, dehumidification, and more. Scott also talks about vapor pressure deficit in addition to an almost catastrophic chiller failure and how Emergent Insurance was able to help him out of a tight spot. Priva controls – lighting, hvac, co2, dehumidification, fertigation, cuts down # of employees
Learn how Rare Dankness hand trims with no in-house trimmers and what the process is to prevent cross contamination. Make sure to check out their machine trimmers and learn what makes them so phenomenal.
Rare Dankness shows Nate their cannabis drying and curing process.
Compliant Waste Disposal:
The team shows off their process for complaint cannabis waste management and Nate shreds some waste.
Nitrogen sealed cans that keep can keep cannabis fresh for a VERY long time. Check out the automated Futurola joint roller too!
Extraction master Jeremy Wilburn, PhD, shows off the cannabis extraction equipment he uses everyday to create some amazing concentrates via butane extraction.
Last stop is the Rare Dankness dispensary, an “Apple store with more soul” (and more cannabis). Check out the trophy case and a guy who is potentially the tallest budtender in the world!