PalayCheck is a dynamic rice crop management system that presents the best key technology and management practices as Key Checks; compares farmer practices with the best practices; and learns through farmers’ discussion group to sustain improvement in productivity, profitability, and environment safety. PalayCheck is simply “learning, checking, and sharing for best farming practice”. PalayCheck is a Rice Integrated Crop Management (RICM) System. RICM recognizes that rice growing is a production system consisting of a range of factors that are interdependent and interrelated in their impact on the growth, yield, and rice grain quality and on the sustainability of the environment. It dictates that technology recommendations for yield improvement be developed and transferred to farmers as a holistic and integrated package and not by components such as integrated nutrient management (INM) or integrated pest management (IPM). PalayCheck covers the principal areas of crop management such as seed quality, land preparation, crop establishment, nutrient management, water management, pest management, and harvest management. PalayCheck encourages farmers to manage their rice crop according to targets by measuring crop performance and analyzing results. It provides standards in the form of Key Checks that guide farmers on what to achieve; guide on how to assess the Key Checks; and recommendations on how to achieve the Key Checks. In such way, PalayCheck will help farmers learn their experiences while improving their crop management practices.