Tutorial on Creating a Lab Sample

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Interactive Tutorial:


1 The first step is to open Flourish Software Cultivation and navigate to Inventory from the left side menu. 

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2 Click the green drop down menu next to the package you would like to create a lab sample from. 

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3 Click Create lab sample

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4 Enter in the required package parameters. For this demonstration, we will be making one package of 10g Bulk Flower of Blue Dream for a lab sample. 

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5 To allocate just 10g of a large Bulk Flower package, click Use Required Qty. Note, lab sample sizes will vary. Check with your lab what size they require. 

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6 Click Review & Confirm

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7 Select the date and time of package creation. 

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8 Select the location of your new lab sample package. This is optional. 

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9 Select the area of your new lab sample package. This is optional. 

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10 Enter any reference notes you want to record for this lab sample package. 

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11 Click Create New Package

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12 Congratulations! You have successfully made a 10g Lab Sample package from a large 900g Bulk Flower package. The next step is to lock the original package. Click Inventory from the left side menu. 

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13 Click the green drop-down triangle from the line item you would like to lock. 

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14 Click Lock Package

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15 Select your Lock Code Reason. For this demonstration, we are locking this package because we are waiting for lab results. Click Quarantine

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16 Click Lock

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17 Click Lock

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18 Notice a padlock icon has appeared by your Package ID. This will remove this package from all manufacturing screens until it is manually unlocked. 

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19 Notice the smaller lab sample package also has a beaker icon. This indicates this is a lab sample. 

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20 Congratulations! You've successfully made a lab sample and locked the appropriate package. 

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