Updated 04/20/2022

After creating new plants, you’ll need to print and attach their barcodes. Sometimes a barcode tag might get destroyed or lost so make sure you replace these so as to avoid penalties from the LCB.

The best practice when printing plant barcodes is right after you create new plants.

1. Click to open the detail dialog:

On the Grow Screen, you can either click the whole plant room tile, which will open a dialog displaying a table with all the plants in the room, or you can click the strain of a plant batch within the room, and the dialog will only show plants within that group.

2. Use the filters to quickly find your plants:

By default, all the plants will be selected, but you can filter by table or use the search bar at the top of the dialog to search for individual plants or plant groups. You can also sort the plants to find certain plants by clicking any column header name. For example, find the newest plants by clicking on the "Age" or "Birth Date" header.

3. Select all the plants you want to print tags for:

Again, by default they are all selected when the dialog opens. You can deselect all by clicking the blue check mark box in the upper right and corner of the table, and then select only the plants that need plant tags.

4. Click Print:

Once you have made your selection of plants, click the printer icon button to open the print tag dialog.

5. Choose a label template and print:

Lastly, choose the multi-label template, if applicable, as well as your individual label template, and click "Print".


Pro-Tip!

For optimal scanning of Plant tags in GrowFlow, we do not recommend using the "Truncate ID" setting for barcodes on your Plant tags/labels.

To remove this setting:

  • Head to Admin > Labels/Templates, then locate your preferred Plant label

  • On the label's line item, click "V2 Editor!" to open the editor

  • Click on the barcode on the canvas

  • To the right of the screen on the editing panel, scroll down until you see "Truncate ID: ☑" and uncheck this box

  • Click "Save"!

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