Cannabis Cultivation Plant Batch Tracking

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When working with cannabis not every operation is the same or has the same goal. Hemp farmers don’t operate the same as resin farmers and as a result they need a system that can accommodate their style of growing. These differences can be as big as hemp versus cannabis growing or as small as how they track their plants digitally. With Viridian Sciences’ batch tracking system growers, regardless of what they are farming for, can track their plants how they wish or have to by state regulation.

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At Viridian Sciences we know that state regulations can be a unique and difficult hurdle with new and mature cannabis markets. Whether you are a hemp farmer who doesn’t want to track plants individually, in California and track plants in batches until they are flowering, or in Michigan and are assigning Metrc tags once the plants are eight inches tall; Viridian can support you. While most systems are built for one or the other Viridian allows you to decide what the best method of tracking plants is for you. Having that level of control not only makes reporting more efficient, but also allows you to spend more time with your plants and less time behind a screen.
 

When serializing plants at veg:

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When serializing plants at the flower stage or not serializing:

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