A powerful farm management software for small and large farmers.

About AGRIVI

AGRIVI is a farm management software for planning, monitoring, and analyzing all activities on your farm. This includes tillage, planting, spraying, fertilization, irrigation, harvesting, and all other activities.

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AGRIVI Features

  • Farm management such as finances and inventory
  • Analytics to monitor farm performance
  • Weather monitoring and pest detection algorithms
  • Resources and inventory
  • Agricultural knowledge for higher yield

Product Overview

User Reviews of AGRIVI

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Submitted on September 5th, 2020 by Dan Grigore

Agrivi is the most complete Farm Management Software, it covers from Budgeting to execution and post calculation reports, which help you decide for the best future crops, based on you real inside info and available resources, to maximize yield.

The Good…

The structure and the clarity of information, is the closest thing to a ground up ERP approach for Farmers

The Bad…

In some areas maybe there are too many details but I`m sure that all of those matters

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Submitted on August 7th, 2019 by Brett Rovey from Rovey Dairy

Before Agrivi we used excel documents and paper time sheets. This was time-consuming and we lacked information we needed. Many tasks were not recorded timely and the output was missing valuable information.

We needed to track all cost applied to our farming operation. Some of the most important activities we track are water usage, machinery cost, and fertilizer.

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Submitted on August 7th, 2019 by an AGRIVI user from Nuic Winery

With all the information available today, and production methods for producing wines of highest quality being easily accessible, wine consumption is steadily increasing day by day.

We believe that the larger the production is, the more important production tracking becomes. Tracking all of the work in a vineyard, as well as expenses and income per variety, gives us real-time data which helps us immensely to see where we are, and what we might do to achieve a better production result.