In Trace, you can efficiently manage plants in batches, starting from propagation all the way to harvest. Additionally, you can effectively handle inventory, generate and send QA samples, produce custom labels, and easily create and manage manifests.
Step 1. Add strains
Adding strains is the starting point of Trace. Before cultivation can begin, strains must be added and a strain must be selected when creating propagations.
Step 2. Add rooms
The different stages of cultivation and inventory management require different rooms which mean rooms should be added before creating propagations.
Step 3. Create propagation batches
Whether using plants, seeds, clones, or tissues, cultivation begins by creating propagation batches.
Step 4. Create a Grow Cycle
After adding propagations, the added propagations can be used to create a grow cycle. Grow Cycles are a group of plants of the same strain, planted on the same date that will be harvested together. Creating a grow cycle allows you to bulk manage all plants within the grow cycle.
Step 5. Create a Harvest
Creating and closing a harvest completes cultivation and creates unlotted inventory. A harvest can include an entire grow cycle or select plants from a grow cycle. A harvest is closed after harvest wet and dry weights have been confirmed.
Step 6. Create Inventory Lots
After a harvest is closed by confirming wet and dry weights, the harvested materials are logged in Trace as Unlotted inventory and the next step is to create source lots from the unlotted harvested materials.
Step 7. Create QA Samples
Before lotted inventory can be made available for sale, a sample of the inventory must first be sent for testing and the testing results must be received and entered into Trace.
Step 8. Create Conversions
After inventory has been lotted, you can start a conversion to create output product lots from the lotted source products. A conversion allows you to create both intermediate and end-product lots.
Step 9. Create manifests prior to shipping your products
Prior to shipping QA samples and orders, manifests must be created and declared to the relevant state system. There are three types of Outbound Manifests, Orders, Transfers, and QA Samples. An order manifest will automatically be created after retailer orders have been approved in Sales. A transfer manifest is required when transferring products to other licensees, and a QA manifest is required to ship QA Samples to labs for testing.