Appature has a series of card reports that calculate the average time in different grow phases of plants. This article will explain how they are calculated

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## Assumptions

All of the "average <phase> time" reports rely on a few assumptions:

- Appature does not consider plants currently in a phase, for that phase's average. For example, a plant that has been veg for 1 day is not considered for the average veg time calculation
- Destroyed plants do not count for the time they spent in the phase in which they were destroyed. Appature only considers plants that complete the phase for the average. For example, if a plant has spent 45 days in flower, but was destroyed at day 45, those 45 days are not considered for the average flowering time.
- Negative and 0 values are omitted to reduce the impact of improperly input data

## Average immature time

Appature calculates "time in immature" by counting the number of days from the "planted" date to the "vegetative date". Appature then takes an average of the number of those days.

## Average veg time

Appature calculates "time in veg" by counting the number of days from the "vegetative date" to the "flowering date". It then takes the average of those numbers.

## Average flower time

Appature calculates "time in flower" by counting the number of days from the "flowering date" to the "harvested date". It then takes the average of those numbers

## Average post-harvest time

Appature calculates "time post-harvest" by counting the number of days from the "harvest start date" to the "harvest finish date". It then takes the average of those numbers.

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