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How to Produce Flour and Farming Goods


How to Produce Flour and Farming Goods
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You'll need to craft a Farm Goods Maker to do this. This piece of equipment will allow you to craft Pest Repellent, Antifreeze, and Plant Food which are necessary for taking care of your crops. However, this is not available in your manor’s crafting menu by default. You should visit the furniture shop in Hope 101 and interact with the lumber being lifted up and down to open the craft menu. (If you already belong to a Private Camp, you have to do it there instead). You’ll need 600 wood and 4 iron ore. Wood is obviously a common raw material while Iron Ore is a secondary resource from mining stones. You can get both easily from Fall Forest.

Once you have them, you don’t need to bring the materials to the Furniture shop in Hope 101 or your Private Camp since they will be able to recognize that the materials are in your storage. If they are in the mail, you still have to withdraw them first.

How to Produce Flour and Farming Goods
How to Produce Flour and Farming Goods

Once you have the Farm Goods Maker, you can now manufacture Pest Repellent, Antifreeze, and Plant Food for 360 Wood, 1 Lime, and 10 Hemp for every 4 pieces. You can also make Fish Food, Crude Flour, and Fine Flour for 4, 3, and 5 pcs of Wheat respectively. Flour is an uncommon ingredient for various other helpful dishes like Pizza and Spaghetti.

How to Produce Flour and Farming Goods
How to Produce Flour and Farming Goods
How to Produce Flour and Farming Goods





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