Follow these best practices for Harvests to ensure your data is accurate and you maintain compliance.
The best practice when creating Harvests is to enter the Total Wet Weight for all plants in the harvest when cut, which includes stem, stalk, leaf, and flower. This will likely result in a large number.
After logging the Total Wet Weight for the entire harvest, you can start entering Harvest Waste, including plant material and fibrous waste.
Create Package From Harvest
After the plants have dried completely, we suggest making one large package of each Item that is being produced (Skywalker OG - Bulk Flower, Skywalker OG - Bulk Trim, etc.), which you can then split into smaller packages when allocating to Sales Orders or Transfers.
Create Harvest Waste
Next, add any remaining waste to be deducted from the Current Weight that is considered waste (i.e. fan leaves, stalks, stems).
Once you have logged all physical waste and packaged all harvested material, the only remaining Current Weight will consist of moisture loss (non-physical waste). As such, your harvest waste will never be 0 before finishing.
After confirming you have packaged all Harvested material and logged all physical waste, you will need to finish and deactivate the harvest.