Plants

Plants

Plant Tags

Step 1 – Remove the circular chads on each side of the Plant Tag

Step 2 – Place the strap through the hole on one side

Step 3 – Place the strap through the hole on the other side

Step 4 – Move the tag up until the notch at the top of the strap catches the label. This will ensure the label does not slide down.  

Step 5 – When hanging the tag from a plant, remove the strap from the hole on one end of the tag so that the tag is hanging. Then securely fasten the point of the strap through the lock.      

Attaching a Tag to a Plant

When a plant is not large enough to carry a strap and tag, the tag can be vertically displayed by placing the pointy end of the strap into the growth medium after completing Steps 1-4 on the previous page. 

When the plant is large enough to carry the strap and tag, complete Step 5 on the previous page, displaying the tag as shown below:

Plant Tag Strap Instructions           

                        Figure 1                              Figure 2                               Figure 3 

Figure 1 - Push the tail end of the strap through the lock until you hear a click and the plastic knot passes through the lock, securing the strap for first use.

Figure 2 – If you need to reposition the strap and tag, push the strap through the lock until there is enough space to clip beneath the first knot. Avoid pressing the second knot through the lock. 

Figure 3 -  Cut the strap as shown in the picture, releasing the strap.

                                      Figure 4                                                          Figure 5

 Figure 4 - When you are ready to secure the strap again, as with the first usage, push the tail-end through the lock until you hear a click and see the knot on the other side of the lock.  

You can repeat steps 2-4 to reuse the strap twice more, for a total of four strap placements.

Plants - Keep in Mind 

  1. A plant can be destroyed anytime throughout the growth process.
  2. Plants must be tagged once they reach a height of eight (8) inches.
  3. In Metrc, anytime you trim something off a flowering plant during growing with the intent to sell it or process it or perform a partial harvest, you must create a Manicure batch.
  4. When moving plants from one phase to another, clicking the Change Growth Phase button must be used.
  5. Harvest Steps:

a.     Must Harvest Strain specifically

b.     Weigh each plant individually in its entirety after cutting it from root ball (weight should include stem, stalk, bud/flower, fan leaves, trim leaves, etc.)

c.      Waste can be collected and entered once, or multiple times based on your operating procedures, but must be reported in the system the day it is collected and assigned to the specific Harvest from which it came

d.     Create Test Samples from the strain specific packages

e.     Package product strain-specifically from the harvest batch (item-specific packages)

f.       Create a Transfer Manifest to move product to a Processor 

g.     Finish the Harvest batch when it is completely gone, regardless of the remaining weight in the system. When there is no more physical product left on site, the remaining weight in the weigh column is moisture loss. 

  1. Plant tags are one-time use ONLY. Once a plant is destroyed or harvested the associated tag should be destroyed or kept separate for your records.

Below is a diagram detailing the cultivation steps.

Additives 

This required functionality allows you to record and track the application of Additives by Immature batch, individual plant, groups of two or more plants, or Room. 

 

Recording Additives Information

The screen capture shown above shows the recording of additives for a Plant in the Vegetative stage. The information you will input is the same whether you record additives by Immature batch, individual plant, groups of two or more plants, or Room except for Item 10, which would be batch information, Plant(s) information, and Room information respectively. 

Item 1: Type 

Select the type of additive being applied from the dropdown menu. 

Item 2: Product Name 

Enter the Product Name from the label.

Item 3: EPA Regulation Number

Enter the EPA Regulation Number if applicable. 

Item 4: Supplier 

Enter the additive Supplier name. 

Item 5: Application Device

Enter the type of device being used to deliver the additive. 

Item 6: Total Amount 

Enter the Total Amount of additive being applied.  

Item 7: Date Applied 

Enter the date of application.

Item 8: Active Ingredient #1 

Enter the first Active Ingredient from the additive label. You may use the blue addition button under and just to the left of this item to add additional active ingredients.

Item 9: Percentage 

Enter the percentage of the active ingredient you’ve listed, as shown on the product label. 

Item 10: Plant 

Enter the Plant(s) to which the product is being applied. If you were recording additives by Immature Batch, this would be batch information. If you were recording additives by Room, this would be Room information. The blue addition button under and just to the left of this item may be used to identify additional Plants, batches, or Rooms the product is being applied to.

Item 11: Record Additives button 

Select Record Additives to save the information and exit the screen.

Item 12: Cancel button

Select this button to exit the screen without saving any information. 

Item 13: Clear button 

Select this button to clear all entered information.

Plant Waste 

Like Additives discussed above, waste can be reported by Immature batch, individual plant, groups of plants, or Room. The Waste option is to the right of the Additives option in each scenario.

Reporting Waste Information

The screen capture shown above shows the recording of waste by Room. The information you will input is the same whether you record waste by Immature Batch, individual plant, or groups of two or more plants, except for Item 7, which would be Batch information, and Plant(s) information respectively. 

Item 1: Waste Method 

Select the waste method from the dropdown menu. 

Item 2: Material Mixed 

Identify the material with which the waste was mixed to dispose of the product in accordance with regulations. 

Item 3: Waste Weight 

Input the total weight of the product being wasted and select the Unit of Measure from the dropdown menu.

Item 4: Reason 

Select the most appropriate reason why the product is being disposed of from the dropdown menu.

Item 5: Optional Note 

You may choose to use this area to provide additional information about the waste, such as why the product is being wasted.

Item 6: Waste Date 

Enter the date on which the material was disposed. 

Item 7: Room 

Enter the Room from which the waste came. If you were entering waste by Immature batch, this would be the batch information. If you were entering waste by Plant or groups of two or more plants, this would be the Plant(s) information. 

Item 8: Add button

You may use the add button to record more than one waste entry at a time from this screen. 

Item 9: Record Waste button 

Select Record Waste to save the information and exit the screen.

Item 10: Cancel button 

Select the Cancel button exit the screen without saving any information. 

Item 11: Clear button 

Select this button to clear all entered data.


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