Updated as of 07/07/2022

Think of this function as taking a "chunk" of your inventory, and separating that inventory into a new package. With this tool, you can split a package into two or multiple packages, move an entire quantity into a new package with a new Metrc tag, and pull from a parent package to create a new child package. Let's take a look at how each of these actions would work.

IMPORTANT: If you need QA results to follow any sub-lotted inventory, we suggest that you wait until testing is complete in Metrc, and you see "Pass" as the testing status in GrowFlow.

Scenario 1: Splitting a package into two packages with identical weights

To get started, locate the item on your Inventory Overview page. Click Edit > SubLot:

In this case, we have a Blue Dream package with 886 grams, we are going to take half of that and move it to a new package.

  1. Deduct 443 grams

  2. The number of new inventory would be "1"

  3. It will show you the next tag that will be used

  4. Click "Split"

Now we have two Packages! The original package keeps the same tag, and the newly created item will have a new tag assigned.

Scenario 2: Move the entire quantity into a new Metrc tag

If the Metrc tag that is assigned to the package gets lost or damaged, you can sublot to move the entire quantity into a new Metrc package tag. Let's take the new Blue Dream previously packaged in scenario one.

  1. Click Edit > SubLot

  2. Enter the entire quantity of the package.

  3. The number of new inventory will be "1"

  4. Confirm the next tag that the system will use

  5. Click "Split"

As shown below, the old Blue Dream package is now "0", and our new package contains the 443 grams.

Scenario 3: Creating a Child Package from a Package

Use sublot to create a child package of the original package. Let's take a look at what taking a quarter pound from this Blue Dream package.

  1. Click Edit > SubLot

  2. Enter 114g, or your preferred child package weight

  3. The number of new inventory will be "1"

  4. Confirm the next tag that the system will use

  5. Click "Split"

Now we have a new package with a new tag as our quarter pound package, and the original package now has an available quantity of 329 grams.

Scenario 4: Splitting one package into multiple packages at once

The package of Blue Dream has a quantity of 1,000 grams. Let's say we need to split this package into 5 different packages, each containing 200 grams.

  1. Click Edit > SubLot

  2. Enter 200 grams to deduct per item

  3. The number of new inventory would be "5"

  4. The next tag to use will show the next available, as well as then assign the rest of the tags with the tag numbers that follow.

  5. Click "Split"

As you can see here, we now have 5 packages, each with 200 grams, with the original package now showing "0" available quantity.

Nicely done!

You now understand the SubLot function and when to use it!

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