FAQ of the Week #2 – Recording Data Entry During Harvest
February 12, 2018
BioTrackTHC’s cannabis software was designed with transparency and accountability in mind. This means that every gram is tracked and every plant destruction event is recorded all while adhering to your unique rules and regulations as well as your preferred cultivation process. This guide will focus on how the BioTrackTHC system records data inputs while harvesting cannabis. To learn about how cultivators organize, record, and monitor their facility, click here for our FAQ of the Week #1: Cultivation First Steps.
As exciting as harvesting cannabis can be, it’s important to remember that the data collected here not only helps predict future yields, but is critical to reporting for compliance purposes. Not to mention that this process can mean thousands of individual plants and hundreds of pounds of varying product, byproduct and waste; needless to say, it’s a lot to keep track of. BioTrackTHC’s harvest options are ideal for craft cultivators and warehouse growers alike. The ability to harvest plants individually or in batches provides cultivators of all sizes with tools to manage compliance without becoming a burden.
When harvesting cannabis, many cultivators will record the plants “wet weight” prior to beginning the curing process. Doing so allows cultivators to monitor moisture loss and maintain consistency across multiple generations of harvests. Did you know that BioTrackTHC is the only seed to sale solution that supports a direct connection between your scale and computer? This small feature eliminates human error and institutes an added level of transparency for BioTrackTHC partners. Weigh your product on your scale and have it directly reflected and recorded in your system.
BioTrackTHC also records detailed notes when destroying plants for compliance and accountability purposes. Each destruction event records the date, time, the employee responsible, and reason for destruction. In the that event management or an inspector requests additional information, it’s simple to access through BioTrackTHC as inventory action logs cannot be deleted or altered thereby creating a complete chain of custody and accountability that cannot be manually manipulated.
This post addresses the following FAQ’s, which were identified as key questions that our users commonly ask.
In our next FAQ of the week post, learn how BioTrackTHC tracks conversions, generates purchase orders, and calculates Cost Per Unit. Do you have questions about BioTrackTHC’s Cultivation Management software? Please submit them to email@example.com to get the question and answer added to our website and potentially addressed in a future post! For urgent requests, please contact support.
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