As a grower, you can fill in the information of the plant passport in Floriday. Subsequently, customers can retrieve this information.
In Floriday, you register the phytosanitary registration number only once. For each article in the Floriday catalogue, you simply enter the botanical name (genus) and the country of production. The traceability code is generated automatically upon delivery and can easily be retrieved after delivery. In Floriday you can also print the plant passport on a sticker.
Floriday allows customers to easily retrieve the plant passport data, which you have entered as a grower, via an API link.
Registering the plant passport in Floriday
Floriday offers the possibility to register the data for the plant passport just once, so your customers can easily retrieve it. Within Floriday, you can also quickly print a sticker of your order.
Please note: Do you currently manage your catalogue in FloraXchange and would you like to use the plant passport via Floriday? In that case, it’s important to start managing your catalogue via Floriday as well. You can still manage your regular supply through FloraXchange. Log in to Floriday and send a chat message to start managing your catalogue in Floriday.
The plant passport consists of the following components: the phytosanitary registration number, the botanical name, the country of origin, and the traceability code.
In Floriday, you register the phytosanitary registration number only once. You can do so by going to Floriday: click on your company name in the upper right corner and going to Settings > Organisation. Aside from the phytosanitary registration number, you can also record for which unit (pot, packaging, unique article for each order) the plant passport is used (this will also be visible for the customers in the sales channels FloraMondo and FloraXchange). Then click on ‘Save’.
You can enter both the botanical name and the country of origin within the Floriday catalogue. Go to ‘Catalogue’ on the left side and click on the article for which you wish to enter the botanical name. Now click on the ‘Plant passport’ header and enter the botanical name and the Country of origin.
Tip: Select multiple articles in your catalogue at once to add both the botanical name and the country of origin for multiple items at once.
Click on ‘Save’ after filling in the botanical name and the country of origin at the bottom of the page.
When you thereafter handle deliveries in Floriday (Via Handling > Handling deliveries) you can print the plant passport. Floriday will automatically add the traceability code to the passport.