Harvesting plants is easy in GrowFlow, but there are strict limitations set by the LCB:

  • You may only harvest plants of the same strain.

  • You cannot edit any wet weights after confirming the harvest entries.

  • You cannot undo a harvest.

  • You cannot move harvested plants to a new room, or change the strain name, after confirming the harvest entries.

  • You cannot record partial harvests of plants. You must wait until the plant is fully harvested before recording the weights. 

Don't worry. If you are having trouble due to the above restrictions, ask us about existing workarounds! Or ask us to switch you to the feature that allows "Undo Harvest".

Let's run through the methods.

Method 1: Harvest all the plants of one room's strain in a single ‘batch’

Start on the Grow Overview. Hover your mouse over the Room/Strain that you want to harvest until you see the little green arrowhead.

  1. Click the arrowhead. The Harvest window will open and default to all plants being selected.

  2. As an option, you can deselect any plants of that strain that are not yet ready to be harvested.

  3. Enter the drying room you will use. Do that in the top right 'Select Room' field.

  4. Enter the total weights for the batch of plants.

Notes on entering weights: 

  • Wet Flower is required. This should include flower plus anything intended to become 'trim', or any material not necessarily intended for extraction. Wet Flower is all weight that will be drying; however, if you want all the Wet Flower weight to instead be sent straight to bulk inventory as Wet Flower without being cured, click the box called 'Sell Wet Flower'.

  • If you enter any Wet Other Material, that weight will go straight to your Bulk Inventory room as wet Other Material for extraction use. Once in your inventory, you can convert the wet Other Material to a bulk extract, decide to cure it, designate it as frozen, or transfer it. 

  • If you enter all the plant weight as Wet Other Material, you must also enter at least 1 gram of Wet Flower Weight or you will get an error.

  • Waste weight is optional and in addition to the other weights. 

5. Click 'Harvest [x number of] Plants' when you are ready and have checked your weight entries (remember, you cannot undo a harvest).

Method 2: Scan all the plants you want to harvest, regardless of strain

Go to the Grow Overview page and click in the Search Bar.

  1. Using the scanner of your choice, scan all the plants you want to harvest. Their Plant ID's will show in the search bar. See image above.

  2. Hover your mouse over the Room/Strain that you want to harvest until you see the little green arrowhead.

  3. Click the arrowhead. The Harvest window will open and default to all plants being selected.

  4. As an option, you can deselect any plants of that strain that are not yet ready to be harvested.

  5. Enter the drying room you will use. Do that in the top right 'Select Room' field.

  6. Enter the total weights for the batch of plants. 

Notes on entering weights: 

  • Wet Flower is required. This should include flower plus anything intended to become 'trim', or any material not necessarily intended for extraction. Wet Flower is all weight that will be drying; however, if you want all the Wet Flower weight to instead be sent straight to bulk inventory as Wet Flower without being cured, click the box called 'Sell Wet Flower'.

  • If you enter any Wet Other Material, that weight will go straight to your Bulk Inventory room as wet Other Material for extraction use. Once in your inventory, you can convert the wet Other Material to a bulk extract, decide to cure it, designate it as frozen, or transfer it. 

  • If you enter all the plant weight as Wet Other Material, you must also enter at least 1 gram of Wet Flower Weight or you will get an error.

  • Waste weight is optional and in addition to the other weights. 

7.  Click 'Harvest [x number of] Plants' when you are ready and have checked your weight entries (remember, you cannot undo a harvest).
8.  Close the window and repeat steps 2-7 for any other strains you’re harvesting.

Done!

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