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    Farthest Frontier Farming Guide

    Farthest Frontier is a survival simulation in which you must harvest raw materials, hunt, fish, and produce in order to survive. Just like farmers farm crops in real life, you have to use each and every reality-based factor to farm in the game too. This Farthest Frontier Farming Guide will explain how farming works, how to increase yields, and which crops to grow on your farms.

    Choosing the Land and setting up the Farm

    When a new game begins, players are allocated four types of land. They are Lakes in the lowlands, Plains, Valleys in the Alps, and The Arid Highlands.
    These sites are like difficulty levels going from Lowlands as the easiest and Highlands as the most difficult.

    After you’ve chosen a site, you need to then focus on placing your farm on your land. Here’s a step-by-step process on how to do it.

    • To access the fertility map, press “F.”
    • Place your Town in the vicinity of the dark green region.
    • Build your fisheries, foraging huts, and hunting lodges around it.
    • Set up your first farm if your village has roughly 50 workers.
    • Place the “Crop Field” icon on the dark green fertile spot by clicking on it.
    • Choose the following farm size: 5×5 for 1 worker.
    • Increase it to 5×10 once you have three workers.

    This first set of crops will produce yields, but you must ensure that it does not stop producing yields, which requires some management. Also, keep in mind that the larger the field you build, the more time it will take to prepare the field to start the harvest.

    Crops Factors

    Every plant in Farthest Frontier possesses the eight characteristics listed below. Some can be controlled and some cannot.

    The factors which can be controlled by you:

    • Fertility Dependence: How much a crop’s success is determined by favorable weather Soil.
    • Soil Fertility: The effect of the crop on soil fertility
    • Weed Suppression: The ability of a crop to grow in the presence of weeds in the field.
    • Rockiness Resilience: The ability of a crop to grow in a field including rocks.

    The factors which can’t be controlled by you:

    • Crop Yield: The amount of crop result you expect to get after its complete growth.
    • Growth Time: The amount of time it takes for a crop to grow
    • Heat Tolerance: The crop’s capacity to withstand heat
    • Frost Tolerance: Crops’ ability to withstand cold temperatures

    Crop Rotation

    Every farm, like in the real world, has a three-year cycle with four seasons and 12 months. The crop rotation can be tracked in the “Crop Field” menu. After you have established your farm, you must ensure that it produces an adequate amount of crops.

    Crop rotation involves planning your crop rotation for the next three years by splitting it into three parts. Keeping basic statistics like fertility, weed level, and rockiness in mind might help you decide what to do with your crops in the future year.

    Once you’ve set your three-year cycle, it will continue continuously unless you elect to change it. When you click on one of the rows, you will see various crops on the right side with further facts about the crops and how they are doing in different weathers. If you want to get the most out of your crops, you should pay attention to their tolerance levels in the crops menu. Keep on reading Farthest Frontier Farming Guide to know about ideal crops and a whole list of crops down below.

    Crops Present in Farthest Frontier Farming

    Ideal Crops

    The ideal crops for your fertile soil are as follows:

    • Turnips: Grow quickly, allowing for numerous harvests in one year. It performs admirably in all weather conditions.
    • Beans: Increases soil fertility and storage life.
    • Peas: Increases fertility of the soil but is sensitive to heat.
    • Buckwheat: Buckwheat is a fantastic wheat substitute. It grows quickly and helps reduce weed growth in the soil.
    • Carrots: Do not require much soil richness to thrive and store well. However, it performs poorly on rocky terrain.

    List of Crops

    Here is a list of all of the Crops in Farthest Frontier including their properties.

    CropRequirements
    WheatCrop Yield: 9/10
    Frost Tolerance: 7/10
    Heat Tolerance: 10/10
    Rockiness Resilence: 10/10
    Weed Suppression: 2/10
    Grow Time: 160
    Impacts Fertility : -5
    Fertility Dependence: 10/10
    BuckwheatCrop Yield: 7/10
    Frost Tolerance: 0/10
    Heat Tolerance: 10/10
    Rockiness Resilence: 10/10
    Weed Suppression: 10/10
    Grow Time: 101
    Impacts Fertility : -2
    Fertility Dependence: 4/10
    RyeCrop Yield: 8/10
    Frost Tolerance: 9/10
    Heat Tolerance: 10/10
    Rockiness Resilence: 10/10
    Weed Suppression: 7/10
    Grow Time: 160
    Impacts Fertility : -4
    Fertility Dependence: 7/10
    CarrotsCrop Yield: 8/10
    Frost Tolerance: 10/10
    Heat Tolerance: 3/10
    Rockiness Resilence: 3/10
    Weed Suppression: 0/10
    Grow Time: 103
    Impacts Fertility : -2
    Fertility Dependence: 6/10
    CabbageCrop Yield: 9/10
    Frost Tolerance: 10/10 
    Heat Tolerance: 10/10
    Rockiness Resilence: 10/10
    Weed Suppression: 3/10
    Grow Time: 125
    Impacts Fertility : -3
    Fertility Dependence: 9/10
    PeasCrop Yield: 6/10
    Frost Tolerance: 10/10
    Heat Tolerance: 0/10
    Rockiness Resilence: 8/10
    Weed Suppression: 0/10
    Grow Time: 92
    Impacts Fertility : +2
    Fertility Dependence: 4/10
    TurnipsCrop Yield: 6/10
    Frost Tolerance: 10/10
    Heat Tolerance: 5/10
    Rockiness Resilence: 5/10
    Weed Suppression: 4/10
    Grow Time: 81
    Impacts Fertility : -2
    Fertility Dependence: 6/10
    LeeksCrop Yield: 10/10
    Frost Tolerance: 10/10
    Heat Tolerance: 10/10
    Rockiness Resilence: 8/10
    Weed Suppression: 0/10
    Grow Time: 160
    Impacts Fertility : -4
    Fertility Dependence: 10/10
    BeansCrop Yield: 6/10
    Frost Tolerance: 0/10
    Heat Tolerance: 10/10
    Rockiness Resilence: 10/10
    Weed Suppression: 2/10
    Grow Time: 125
    Impacts Fertility : +2
    Fertility Dependence: 6/10
    CloverCrop Yield: 5/10
    Frost Tolerance: 10/10
    Heat Tolerance: 10/10
    Rockiness Resilence: 10/10
    Weed Suppression: 6/10
    Grow Time: 96
    Impacts Fertility: +5
    Fertility Dependence: 4/10
    FlaxCrop Yield: 6/10
    Frost Tolerance: 6/40
    Heat Tolerance: 10/10
    Rockiness Resilence: 8/10
    Weed Suppression: 2/10
    Grow Time: 135
    Impacts Fertility : -2
    Fertility Dependence: 9/10

    Harvest and Storage

    After everything is ready, the last step is to harvest and store every crop safely.

    Harvest

    Harvest You must maintain some time separation when planting crops in order to distinguish their harvesting times. If all of your fields have matching harvest periods, it may create rot in your fields due to a lack of farmers harvesting your crops, ultimately leading to the loss of the harvest that you have worked so hard for.

    Storage

    If you only have a limited storage capacity, you will need to arrange your harvest to avoid running out. You can select different storage settings for different items to determine which will spoil sooner and which will survive longer. There are numerous cellars, bottles, and storage items to pick from.

    Now that you are done with Farthest Frontier Farming Guide, check out this Farthest Frontier Trading Guide and learn more stuff about the game.

    Izna Anjum
    Izna Anjum
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