The Geographic Information Systems constitutes an useful tool in soil and land management. In this paper, land evaluation on a farm level has been done, by assessing land favourability for some crops and their pretability to different land uses, using land evaluation methodology and GIS techniques. The farm is located on the territory managed by S.C. GRIVCO S.A. (Băneasa commune, Giurgiu county), ... [Show full abstract] having an area of 2387.07 ha, distributed on three sectors covering different local land forms. The agricultural land evaluation rate has been computed separately, for each soil map unit (homogeneous from ecological point of view), for several crops and land uses, the results being weighted in order to obtain the agricultural land evaluation rates at LPIS unit level. Finally, both a weighted agricultural land evaluation rate for the whole area, and for each sector are computed, in irrigated and nonirrigated conditions. Based on these rates, the most appropriate recommendations for agricultural tillage are done in order to allow the optimal uses of these terrains.