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How to Print a Range of Plant Labels – Grow Module
How to Print a Range of Plant Labels – Grow Module
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Written by Andrew Day
Updated over a week ago

After creating a new batch of cannabis plants, a Grow Technician should immediately label the batch with batch ID tags, individual plant ID tags, or both. Batch and plant labeling practices differ among cannabis cultivation facilities. Some cultivators do not label plants individually, and instead opt to label plants only at the batch level. However, other cultivators label each plant with a unique plant ID label.

Plant ID labels serve two distinct purposes: First, labels identify each plant by a unique ID number. Secondly, and most importantly, each label includes a unique barcode that Grow Technicians can scan to interact with the plant through the Gun App.

Follow the steps below to print a range of plant ID labels for multiple plants in a single batch. This process is also possible through the Gun App.

Required permission(s): batch_read, plant_read

  1. In the Grow module, open the Batches tab.

    [img batches]

  2. Select a batch to open the Batch's Profile.

    [img batch-profile]

  3. Click the


    icon to open a menu of options.

    [img batch-menu]

  4. Select Print Plant Labels. This opens a printing modal.

  5. If the facility has multiple plant barcode printers, open the drop-down menu provided, and select a printer. Otherwise, the default printer will be pre-selected.

  6. Select the range of plant ID labels to print. By default, the modal selects a label range that represents all living plants in the batch, but a Grow Technician can edit the From and To fields to print labels for only a subset of the batch's plants.

    • Note: This range excludes any plants that have been destroyed, archived, or moved to another batch.

  7. Click Print to print the plant ID labels. Affix the labels to the plants immediately.


From the Grow module, a Grow Technician can also print labels for Individual Plants, Seed Lots, Batches, and Locations.

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