Packaging Immature Plants | Moving into Flowering | Metrc Clients Only

In the Canix app, go to Packages > Package Plants

 

In the screenshot above, you can see that the package plants option is highlighted. 

As you can see from the screenshot below, you have the option to choose between adding plants from a single plant batch or from multiple plant batches. 

Once you select one, start scanning the Plant Batch tags that you are transferring. You will want to make sure that these tags are from the Nursery.

Scan the package tags from the nursery. Below is an example of what you will see:

Scan the Package tags from the Nursery.  

One of the most important steps in this process of packaging plants is to make sure that you select the matching package item. If you do not have the matching package item, you will need to go into Metrc and add items in order for them to show up in Canix when creating a package of any sort. 

After you have scanned the package tags, you can select Create Packages.

After you create your first initial package, feel free to click on Identify Package in the Packages section in Canix. Here, you can scan or enter the last 4 digits of your package tag to view details about your packages. This is a very helpful tool to avoid confusion when generating lots of multiple tags at the same time. 

If you have made it this far, you are almost finished with the process! Now you need to create a draft transfer to be imported to Metrc. There are a few things to keep in mind when doing this. 

Things to Remember:

  • Destination Facility License Number: Your Flowering License
  • Transport License: Your Distribution License

Go to Transfers and then click on Create a Draft Transfer (highlighted below) 

After clicking on Draft Transfer, you will be prompted to create a draft transfer. On this page, you will get directions on where to go to use the transfer template in Metrc. 

 

 

 

 

Above are screenshots depicting what you are going to be prompted to enter into Canix before being given access to Add Packages to your Transfer. If you are transferring between internal licenses, you can enter the vehicle as On Prem. You can also select a future date in the Est depart time, just make sure to select the arrival time as an hour after your departure time. The Route option is required so just put something brief into that area. ( For example, the address of the license or something that shows where the plants are being sent. 

 

As you can see in the screenshot on the left, you are able to view and edit the transfer details, the transporter and you have the option to add packages from the Red + Button in the bottom right corner. On the screenshot on the right, you are able to see what options are available upon clicking on the red + button. You can add a transporter if needed, you can add a package, add multiple packages (bulk) or exit. As you can see, there have already been packages added to the example transfer. This gives you a visual so that you can see exactly what it will look like once you add packages. After adding the package(s), you can select Create Draft Transfer in Metrc and then you are ready for the final steps in the process. 

  

You can follow the steps below to access Metrc in order to submit your Draft Transfer Template.

Log into Metrc

1. Go to the nursery license

2.  Go to Transfers > Templates (as shown in the screenshot above)

3. Click on Use (the templates will be listed on the screen showing below) It is currently empty but you will have the option to select a template from this screen and select Use. 

4. When you have selected Use, then click Register. 

5. Switch to your Flowering license. 

6. Go to Transfers > Incoming. Hit Accept

The last step in this process is extremely simple. Now that you have transferred to your Flowering License, you can feel free to Create your new Flowering Plants. 

First, Log into back into Canix. Make sure that you are in your flowering license. Go to Create Plantings from Multiple Packages. 

 

17. Go to Create Plantings from Multiple Packages (as shown in the screenshots above)

Make sure you are in your flowering license for this part 

18. Submit Plantings

19. Change Growth Phase to Flowering from Plant Batches. 

 


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