Kanha CMS system provides compliance with Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) and Good Agricultural Collection Practices (GACP).

Government organizations developed and mandated the GMP system to control the manufacturing, testing, and validation of medications, food, cosmetics, and medical devices. This guarantees that final goods are efficient and safer for consumers. GMP systems have a set of rules and requirements that manufacturers must follow in their production procedures to be compliant.

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.

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Processes and Procedures

Kanha documents processes and procedures that can affect the quality of the plant. Growers can put notes to all plants to record things like extreme weather or pest infestations.

Processing Steps

Kanha creates a full product flow map of the entire growing cycle and processing after harvest.

Field Book

Kanha automatically documents the quantity, type and date of harvest. The system also tracks fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides, and growth promoters applied to the plants.

Fumigation Agents

All applications of fumigation and pesticides are tracked including the agent used, who applied the agent, and the date and time of application.


All batches have complete traceability from the seed or clone to the packaged biomass. Mixing of batch strains will produce a warning in Kanha.


Producer agreements can be put into the documentation repository and reflect the production guidelines and contract specifications for cultivation, harvesting, and production. This documentation should include the geographical location, type of cultivation, country of origin, and producer information.


Kanha information is auditable for at least 10 years of data retention, which include all documents, audit reports, and analysis reports.

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