It's always a mystery what we'll get to learn at AROYA Office Hours LIVE, but Seth and Jason brought it to this week's sesh. We talked about a ton of topics, from METRC integration to data logging, from crop steering to APIs. Thank you to our audience for joining us virtually and submitting such great questions.
We never like to waste any time getting to the roots of cultivation education, so read on to explore what went down on episode nineteen. And be sure to keep up with all the growing knowledge we share on this weekly podcast and subscribe to our YouTube channel!
Harvest Groups help you reduce human error.
“Take out the data entry step. Instead of writing it down and then putting it in the computer—just go straight to the spreadsheet with it.” -- Seth Baumgartner
The more quantifiable you can be, the better.
“When I was growing, I realized that there are a lot of activities going on from humans and that's really why we emphasize the importance of taking annotations in your facility. Talk about what tasks are getting done and attribute that to the growth cycle.” -- Jason Van Leuven
Recipes make it easy to learn from your past successes (and failures).
“As you learn more and add more tools to your toolbox and your growing knowledge, you can start developing those recipes at a very accelerated rate compared to just looking historically at the data . . . in such a short time, we have such a big amount of data.” -- Seth
The future of cannabusiness relies on utilizing data.
“But when I’ve grown the same strains 20 or 30 times, at some point you go, ‘Well, I remember I had this response once, but I can't find a picture. I can't find any notes,’ then you start going off of your observational feels. And that's not where you want to be when you’re trying to run a business, so notes, pictures, and recording absolutely everything.” -- Seth
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