Grower360 Online Payments - SKY Admin

Online Payments can be set up for Grower360 under Grower360 in SKY Admin. Select Setup to view the setup and preferences for Grower360 online payments.

Online Payments

Allow Grower360 Users to make online payments. Turning on ACH Payments gives options of processing those payments with Agvance or Heartland. Once selected, indicate the types of payments that can be made (Net Due, Budget Due, and/or Prepay). Turning on Credit Card Payments gives the option of Heartland. Once selected, Net Due, Budget Due, and Prepay payment types can be turned on or off.

Payment Processor Authentication

Add the authentication key for the payment processor.

Select Add Heartland API Key to indicate the Key Type and to enter the Public and Private API Keys

Heartland API Keys are provided by Heartland. API Keys will not be visible after being entered for security purposes. If edits or changes to the key need to be made, delete the original key and select the + icon to re-enter the information.

Payments Setup

Set up how Payments in Grower360 will be posted.

  • Online Pay Method – Select the Pay Method set up in Agvance for ACH payments in the Online Pay Method drop-down.
  • Credit Card Pay Method – For credit card payments through Heartland, select the Pay Method set up in Agvance from the Credit Card Pay Method drop-down.
  • Surcharge Pay Method – Optionally select a Pay Method from the Surcharge Pay Method drop-down; this option is required for surcharging credit card payments.

  • Allow Partial Payments – Optionally turn on the Allow Partial Payments option to allow payments to partially pay Invoices.
  • Pay Bookings – If the Pay Bookings option is turned on, this will allow the ability to select Bookings to pay.
  • Debit Card Payments – Indicate if Debit Card Payment should be allowed.
    Note: Debit cards cannot be surcharged.
  • Statement Balance – Optionally turn on the Statement Balance option and enter a day of the month in the Statement Due Date field to add a statement due date for Growers to pay their Statement Balance.

Transaction Limits and Fees

Optional Per Transaction Limit for Credit Card Payments in Grower360

Enter a Transaction Limit for credit card transactions in the ($) Transaction Limit field. This is an optional setting that will stop single credit card transactions exceeding the specified limit. If not using transaction limits, enter 0.

Optional Surcharge Percentage for Credit Card Transactions in Grower360

Enter a Name of Fee to display in Grower360 then enter a surcharge percentage for transactions in the (%) Surcharge field. This is an optional setting that will automatically apply the specified surcharge amount to all credit card transactions. The amount entered here must follow individual state guidelines for surcharging payments and cannot exceed 4%. If not using surcharges, enter 0.


Enter payment terms verbiage in the Add Payment Terms field. This is required for credit card payments and will be visible to the customer during the credit card payment process.

When all the necessary online payment options are selected, choose Save New Settings at the bottom of the page.

If accepting ACH payments through Grower360, that authorization language for the ACH should be included here to display to the customer from the Payments screen in Grower360. See the following as an example:

By submitting a payment, I authorize my bank to debit my specified account for the amount of my payment. This is a one-time payment which will occur on the next business day or as soon as practical thereafter.
If my payment cannot be completed for any reason, including insufficient funds or error in the information which I submitted, I will retain the same liability, which is my sole responsibility, for payment as though I had not attempted to make the payment. I also understand that additional fees and penalties may be collected to the extent of applicable law.

This exact language does not have be used, but similar terms must be spelled out for customers to access from Grower360.