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Farthest Frontier: How to Farm Crops

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Farthest Frontier: How to Farm Crops

Farthest Frontier has a very in-depth Farming system and it is a bit complex as well as it depends upon different factors. There are a few factors that cannot be controlled and will have effects good or bad depending upon how you’ve decided to farm for a specific crop.

In this guide, we are going to cover how farming works and what factors you should overlook to get a better idea of how farming works in Farthest Frontier.

Uncontrollable Factors for Farming

These are the factors that cannot be controlled by the players but are built into the game to cover the realism of the city sim to make it a more vivid experience. Firstly, we have Crop Yield, which is used to determine how much crop we can expect from farming. Next, we got Frost Tolerance which determines how well the crop can handle the cold weather. Just like Frost Tolerance, we have Heat Tolerance which determines how well a crop can handle the warm weather. Rockiness Resilience is how well a crop grows in a rocky crop field. Weed Suppression is used to measure how well it grows in a field with weed. Grow time is another factor to find how long it takes for a crop to grow. Impact Fertility is to see how a crop affects the soil. Fertility means how much the soil is fertile for the crop to grow.

These factors are dependent on the time of the year and the weather that is going on the time like summer, spring, etc. For a starting on farming, it’s better if you start your farming in the spring weather as you wouldn’t have to deal with heat tolerance or frost tolerance.

Controllable Factors for Farming

Controllable Factors for Farming

These factors are called Crop field Yield Factors and are the main menu of the Crop field. These are controlled by you however you want to use them for your crop farming. First of all, we have Fertility It is used to check how fertile the soil is used for the crop. Each harvest will also decrease the fertility of the soil as well. Weed Level tells how much weed is in the crops. The lower the weed level the greater the estimated crop yield for the farming would be. Rockiness determines how many rocks are there in the crop field. Lastly, we have Soil Mixture for the crop which is the balance between Clay and Sand in the crop field. You can adjust it according to your need from low to high.

Crop Rotation and Field Maintenance

Crop Rotation and Field Maintenance

Farming works over a period of three years and it’s called crop rotation. You can put your desired crop you want to farm for Assign workers for that crop you’re farming and you’re good to go. It’s the whole year of process and you can determine at what time what crops will be harvested. These workers’ icon in the bar is field maintenance which is one of the most important of Crop rotation. You have to keep your field maintained throughout the year after each crop plantation and harvest to help maintain the fertility of the soil for the next years.

Farthest Frontier: How to Farm Crops

You can also check your crop field information by going on the current crop you’ve been farming and it will tell you all the details regarding the crop. You can also see the Fertility of the crop that has been planted which is dependent on the weather of course and the other factors that we’ve mentioned before. You can get a fine idea about what would be the total yield for your crop would be for the year in the Planting Info.

You don’t have to plant one crop; you can plant different crops in your crop rotation time of three years which will give you a decent amount of food supply for your villagers for the year as well.

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