Yara Digital Products

Monitor crop growth
anywhere, anytime
Discover the areas of high potential and crop variability on your fields in 1 click.

Discover issues before they can impact your yield this season


Monitor field trial performance

Satellite imagery powered biomass maps can easily analyse progress and evaluate any new practices or products you’re testing.


Detect problems early

With the satellite imagery updated every 3 to 5 days, you can identify potential problem areas after seeding and improve crop performance.


Monitor N-applications

Atfarm’s biomass maps help you monitor the effectiveness of N-applications and variable fertilisation in any field.

Track progress and problems

Powerful biomass maps that help you monitor crop health, field variability, and detect problem areas on your fields from anywhere, anytime.

Advanced technology

Atfarm uses Yara’s N-Sensor vegetation index to generate biomass maps to help you understand your fields better.

Advanced technology gives you insights beyond traditional crop monitoring


Sentinel-2 Satellites from the European Space Agency

Sentinel-2 images capture the red edge of light which gives you insights into the health of your crops and field far before your eyes could notice any anomalies.

New high-resolution images are added to Atfarm every 3 to 5 days. You can also access 2 years of historical field images and biomass maps to track trends.


Crop health insights beyond what the human eye can see

The N-Sensor vegetation index was developed by Yara agronomists. It is based on more than 25 years of field trials and crop modelling.

Biomass maps created with the N-Sensor index and Sentinel-2 images help you monitor your crop development with more precision than ever before.


Know what is happening on your fields no matter where you are

Easily track and monitor crop development throughout the season from almost any device with an internet connection.

Stay connected to your fields throughout the season with Atfarm.

Like a security system for your fields throughout the season