The FTF Bangladesh Digital Agriculture Activity supported the pilot of the digital tool Plantix, a mobile crop advisory app for farmers, extension workers, and gardeners, that identifies issues associated with crop production and proposes solutions. The pilot was conducted in partnership with three USAID Feed the Future (FTF) partner programs: Bangladesh Nutrition Activity (BNA) implemented by Abt Associates; Bangladesh Horticulture, Fruits, and Non-Food Crops Activity implemented by Chemonics; and Rice and Diversified Crops Activity (RDC) implemented by ACDI/VOCA. The pilot was conducted with value chain actors and farmers in seven districts of the FTF Zones of Influence (ZOI): Chuadanga, Jhenaidah, Jashore, Patuakhali, Khulna, Rajbari and Faridpur. Under the Activity’s objective to increase availability of appropriate and gender sensitive agricultural digital tools, Plantix was identified and selected as the first tool to be piloted under the Activity. The main objective of the pilot was to test the feasibility and acceptability of Plantix amongst target users: farmers and other value chain actors in the FTF regions.