When you first walk into your farm you will notice that it is a piece of steaming horse poo.
You are probably thinking what am I going to do?
Am I doomed to have a destroyed farm?
Fear not user, for I will help you with your farm.
First things first, go to the Garden Patio Cafe and pick uo your Trowel, Gardening Gloves, and your choice of a Watering Can.
Cleaning The Farm!
Now that you have your basic farming tools, let's get to work on cleaning up your farm.Step 1:
Click on the Trowel
in your farm inventory located under your farm.Step 2:
Click on an area on your farm that has weeds, trees, or rocks.Step 3:
Now a little image will pop up and tell you if you can get rid of it or if you need a higher profession level. For a chart of skills required, check here
. If you need a higher profession level, then work on your mining or lumberjacking skills by checking out the Professional's Plaza
You will be left with a grassy patch of land, that means the area is clean.Step 5: Trowel
the area one more time and your grass will turn into soil, now you are ready to plant crops.
Managing Your Crops!
Time to head back to the Garden Patio Cafe
and buy some seeds. Make sure that you buy seeds that you are capable of planting! For more information on which seeds you can plant, check out the crop information post
Mushrooms don't require any botony, but they also don't help you gain any botony levels either! If you plan on moving up to higher level crops, it is recommended you start with turnips. Turnips require 15 botony, which you can get by simply equipping all of your basic tools on the Profession Equipment
Once you have bought the seeds from the Garden Patio Cafe it is time to plant them to do so simply click on your seed packet and click an area of soil.Step 2:
Now that your seeds are in the ground, click on your Watering Can
and click the seeds, the soil around the seeds will turn a dark brown, this means they are watered.Step 3:
Wait about six hours until you water your crops again, that is when they will become dry again.Step 4:
Keep repeating this process until when you hover over the crop it says the crops name by itself, or "Grown" (Remember all crops have different watering requirements).Step 5:
On the final water you will have to wait a bit, crops do not automatically grow once watered, they take time like real plants.Step 6:
Now that your crop is fully grown you are going to need to harvest it. Click on the Gardening Gloves
in your farm inventory and click on your crop. Important!
Do not use your trowel to harvest your crops, troweling them will destroy
them. This will send your crop to your inventory where it will be ready to sell.
Profiting From Your Farm!
Now that you have harvested your crops head on down to your inventory.Step 1:
Go to the last page in your inventory and find the crop you have harvested.Step 2:
Click on the crop and click on the button "Pawn" .Step 3:
This will ask you to sell your crop for a certain amount of money, click yes and get your profit. Extra Profit!
Sometimes when you are growing crops your crop will change color, don't be alarmed this just means your crop is a rare crop and can be sold for an even higher amount of money than usual.