TIPS AND TRICKS from Weiweismart's blog



TIPS AND TRICKS - You can give farmer who stands near to spot payment and he'll look after your plants for you (protecting them from perishing ). In ability, window click on the farming icon to see which plant requires which payment. Adding compost, supercompost or ultracompost boosts the yield of your own plant and OSRS gold decreases the chance of it catching a disease (which can cause the death). Adding water to allotment patch will block it from getting the illness. This works for blossom and jump patches. Unlocking a variety of teleports will be very helpful during farming.

QUESTS THAT UNLOCK PATCHES - My Arm's Big Adventure - Trollheim herb patch. Making Friends with My Arm - Weiss herb patch. Mourning End Component I - Lletya fruit shrub patch. Enlightened Journey - Entrana jump patch, Crafting guild bush, Taverley tree patch, tree Gnome Stronghold fruit and tree patches.

Near every farming patch in RuneScape you can find little green NPC called Leprechaun. Those gentlemen will be able to help you in your farming journey by being your cellular bankers. You can right click on your harvested goods (for example potatoes) and choose use option on Leprechaun which will turn every potato on your stock into a documented variation of it saving you inventory space. Additionally, you can contribute them up to 255 compost and various tools which are employed in farming. This is well worth doing as it might assist you in the future should you ever forget to attract one of those tools or spoonful of compost.

It is likely to level up farming very quick at lesser levels by using bagged plants. To do so you will need to get a home in Rimmington. Take with you 3 watering cans filled with water, a pile of coins and as many noted plants as you desire. Go to the wooden home close to your POH portal and unnote them by talking to NPC. Then go to your house, plant, water, then remove them and go back to refill your water (east of the well) and unnote more plants. Repeat the process for as long as you like but keep in mind that this method is quite expensive and should only be used due to that only at reduced levels.

To begin as a farmer you'll need to prepare your inventory accordingly to what you wish to plant. The most important items are: spade, rake, saplings, and ultracompost in precisely the buy RuneScape gold same level as saplings, farmer outfit (if unlocked), grace outfit (if unlocked), axe, coins, runes such as teleports. If you are going to train on herb spots you'll also need secateurs.

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