2 Vice Farms was started a year ago by Sam Elkington and Tony Cross. Sam would regularly go to drink beer at one of the Filling Stations Tony owns. That was where they met, and started to talk more and more about partnering up to grow quality medical marijuana. After kicking around the idea for about year, they decided to move ahead with the partnership. They formed 2 Vices Farms and began growing excellent cannabis on Tony’s land near Eugene.
Sam, who also owns Eugene dispensary Track Town Collective, has been growing cannabis for eleven years, and brings his extensive growing skills to the team. He never uses pesticides, everything he grows is organic. He feeds the plants with compost tea. Tony is the infrastructure of 2 Vices Farms. He provides the land, and builds whatever they need to help with growing. Tony’s wife, Gail, does most the paperwork and organization, and also helps out in the garden. It is a small team, and a very productive partnership.
Although Sam grows many different strains, including Girl Scout Cookies and Orange Sherbet, this season 2 Vices Farms specialized in Sour Diesel. Their outdoor Sour D was tested at Oregon Analytical Services, showing a 26.55% THC content. I love a good Sativa, and have been smoking their Sour Diesel for the past week. It is stinky, tasty, and very strong. It will be available for purchase at Oregon dispensaries, including Track Town Collective, Going Green (Albany), and Rip City Remedies (Portland).