This week, Jason and Seth dove deep into all the ways cultivators can benefit from using harvest group analytics in AROYA. Because at the end of the day, staying diligent about data logging offers a whole lot of insights into what's going right (and wrong) with your grow.
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“AROYA is not just about monitoring your day-to-day functionality and your grow – a big part of it is logging that. So we can look back at the end of a round and look at holistic crop performance: Where did we mess up? What were some of the challenges we had? What can we actually pinpoint in this whole time period that might help us look at where we can make some improvements? It's really important to look back at a whole run, not just focus on your day-to-day decisions.” – Seth
“When you're building your harvest group, make sure that you've got the cultivars outlined on the benches, or the zones. This is what's going to populate your substrate data into the specific cultivars. And what we're doing that for is just to make sure that we can separate any of the performance that we might see in the different genetics in the room.” -- Jason
“When you're looking from harvest group to harvest groups, it's nice to recognize any specific points in time that you do typically see alerts go off. That'll give you an idea of when we need to dig in and understand what we can improve upon.” – Jason
“We say it all the time: everything is so cyclical at pretty much any cannabis growth facility, and you're growing the same strains over and over. It just gets to be a lot of really specific information to keep track of. And if you've got an easy way to organize it, you can quickly go back, look, and validate your decisions or decide you're gonna make a different one.” – Seth
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