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This article describes how to create Harvest Classes. 

Harvest classes in combination with Harvest Class Sizes and Harvest Class Colors can be used for automatic reporting based on Harvest Quality Vision scans or simply classifying your inventory manually on the harvest input screen.

To learn how to create sizes for your harvest class, please see Harvest Class Sizes.

To learn how to create colors for your harvest class, please see Harvest Class Colors.

To learn more about how to record a harvest event, please see How to Record a Harvest 

To learn more about Harvest Quality Vision please see: Harvest Quality Vision Introduction.

Creating Harvest Classes:

Step-by-step guide

  1. Under the Harvest menu on the web platform, select Harvest Classes:



  2. Click on the blue +Add Harvest Class button on the right hand side:



  3. Enter the name of your harvest class, a brief description, and select the crops and/or varieties that this class may apply to:



    Fields:
    1. Harvest Class Name: This is the name that will be generally displayed on selection lists, reports, etc.
    2. Harvest Class Description: This is an internal description of the class that is not displayed elsewhere.
    3. Crops: Choose which crops this harvest class is limited to.  Reports will ignore other crops when using this class for reporting.
    4. Varieties: Choose which varieties this harvest class is limited to.  Reports will ignore other varieties when using this class for reporting.  If choosing a Variety you may leave the Crop selection blank as it is implied.
    5. Harvest Class Sizes: Select one or more Harvest Class Sizes represented by this class.  See Creating Harvest Class Sizes.
    6. Harvest Class Colors: Select one or more Harvest Class Colors represented by this class.  See Creating Harvest Class Colors.
  4. When finished click Save to save your Harvest Class.
  5. With the Harvest Class recorded you will be able to:
    1. Select your Harvest Class in the inputs window:

    2. Use the class to automatically classify scanned product in Harvest Quality Vision reports: