View and compare the quantity of each product purchased versus quantity applied by navigating to the Resources page and the Products tab. This list of products populates from products selected on an Invoice or used in an Application. Invoices populate the Average Price per Unit as well as the Total Purchased amount. Applications populate the Applied amount as well as the quantity of product remaining. If an existing Invoice or Application needs adjusted, you may click Go To Invoice or Go To Application to edit.
Set Units allows the user to select the unit in which they wish to apply the product to the field in Applications. For example, fertilizer is often billed by the ton, but applied by the pound or gallon.
Print the Inventory Report by selecting Print in the lower right of the screen. It will aggregate all of the products into one report which can be saved as a PDF document or printed. To return to the main page, click Back in the upper left corner.
Migrate Product Inventory allows the user to move remaining product inventory into the next crop year. Within the new crop year, select Migrate Product Inventory and a template will open. Select the products to migrate by checking the box next to the appropriate products. The user may choose to adjust the quantity if necessary.
Select the Invoices page of the template and enter in the required information for the Current Year Invoice and Previous Year Invoice and click Complete Migration. A new invoice with the migrated products will be created in the new crop year.
In the previous crop year, the Amount Remaining for the migrated products are now zeroed out and there is an invoice with a negative quantity, accounting for the amount subtracted from that crop year and added into the next crop year.
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