Conceptually, GACP and GMP procedures are comparable. However, throughout the growth and harvesting stages of production, it is largely used for agricultural items like peppers, lettuce, tomatoes, cannabis, and other similar crops. The key distinction between GACP and GMP is that GACP techniques are applicable when a plant is growing or being harvested. GMP guidelines are applicable when a plant has been harvested and is being processed, such as drying or packing. Many crops, mainly food crops, adhere to GACP.