Users create seeding schedules to apply real dates for seeding/starting batch Growth Cycle. Users can set the frequency and repeat schedule for the growth cycle — for example, if users have a growth cycle for San Marzano Tomatoes and users create a seeding schedule that repeats every week on Monday and Thursday, then a new batch of San Marzano Tomatoes will be seeded every Monday and Thursday with the actions described by the growth cycle.
Creating a Seeding Schedule
Since seeding schedules are attached to growth cycles, users can only create a seeding schedule once a growth cycle has already been created.
Starting a new Seeding Schedule
From the Seeding Schedules screen, click on the Add Schedule button to the right of each growth cycle. A side popup window will appear. From the side popup window, you can fill out the details for a seeding.
For example, if users create a seeding schedule using a Basil growth cycle, and set it to repeat every week on Monday and Thursday, then every Monday and Thursday a new batch of basil will be seeded/started. Each batch will follow the actions outlined in the related growth cycle, and the relevant tasks will be scheduled.
Editing an Existing Seeding Schedule
To edit an existing seeding schedule, click the name of the seeding schedule or the right-hand arrow on the relevant list item.
Seeding a Batch from a Seeding Schedule
After a seeding schedule is saved and associated with a growth cycle. Seed/Start tasks will automatically populate in the task list in accordance to the schedule that was created.