Canada - Destroy plants

Updated 7 months ago by NIr Malchy

Our friends in Canada can submit the information required when destroying plants. Check out the process and the steps below.

Select the plants to destroy

From the Groups view

Use the Groups view to select plants of the same group in the Cloning, Vegetation, or Flowering phases. In this example, we will use the Vegetation phase.

  1. Click Grow.
  2. Click Vegetation / Veg Groups.
  3. Locate the group.
  4. Click the 'eye' icon to display the active plants for this group in the Plants in Vegetation screen.
  5. Click and highlight one or more plants (Use the Pro tips on the page)

From the Plants view

Use the Plants view to select plants in the Flowering or Vegetation phases. In this example, we will use the Vegetation phase.

  1. Click Grow.
  2. Click Vegetation / Veg plants.
  3. Use the filters to locate the plants.
  4. Click and highlight one or more plants (Use the Pro tips on the page).

Destroy the plants

  1. Click the green "Actions" button in the top right and select "Destroy Plants" from the dropdown.
  2. Submit the information on the "Destroy Plants" modal:
    1. Type the "Weight" of the plant.
    2. Type the "UOM" for that weight.
      After defining the "Weight," "UOM," or "Reason" for the first plant, you can click "Apply to All" and All, which will copy and paste the same information to all the plants under it.
    3. All the other fields are optional. (Learn more about 'Reason'.)
    4. The "Destroy Date" defaults to today's date.
  3. Click

After destroying the plants, they are logged as "DEAD" under Inventory>Plants>All Plants>Plants: Dead.

Add a "Reason" for killing the plants

You can specify a "Reason" for killing the plants.

If you need to create a new plant adjustment "Reason" for the destroy plants action, then follow these steps:

  1. Navigate to Settings.
  2. Select Inventory.
  3. Select Items>Inventory adjustment codes.
  4. Click on "Create New Adjustment Code"
  5. For the "Type," select "Plant Adjustment."
  6. Provide an applicable "Adjustment Code Reason Name" (e.g., "Excessive Heat")
  7. Fill out the optional fields if desired
  8. Click "Save."

The new Plant Adjustment Reason will be available in the dropdown menu while destroying plants in the Grow module.


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