Some things about the farming guide I've been working on.
A huge improvement: add hyperlinks to the seeds/products/mentioned items etc. Makes it easier to navigate if one wants info on how to obtain the item(s), it's/their price(s) and so on.
So far I've noticed few things that are missing and are worth mentioning:
Pork pie & the daring drinks aren't mentioned:http://www.tip.it/ru.../13871-pork-piehttp://www.tip.it/ru...mature-pigswillhttp://www.tip.it/ru.../13873-pigswill
+5, +4 & +5 levels from up to down order. These are important to mention (on the next post more about different drinks).
You can store noted farming supplies: empty buckets, compost, supercompost, plant cures. Scarecrows are an exception since they can't be noted.
This means that you can buy these items straight from G.E for example and you wont have to make multiple bank runs to store your items (except the scarecrow since it can't be traded).
Few things about the "Scarecrows" section:
-Add information on how to make a bronze spear yourself, for example the spear's link holds all the useful information:http://www.tip.it/ru...30-bronze-spear
-"...(you can only buy watermelon from other players)." I feel this is somewhat misleading. The word ONLY can be read as if you couldn't farm the watermelons yourself, even the point here is that no vendor sells them. Also there's a spelling error, it should be like this; ...buy a watermelon/watermelons.
-Adding hyperlinks for the items mentioned in the section is advised in general.
-There seems to be a problem when trying to retrieve a planted scarecrow; you can't use your tool belt spade (right clicking on the flower patch -with a scarecrow on it- and selecting "clear"); Will destroy the scarecrow.
Instead you must use a normal spade; Right click on the spade and select use, then click on the flower patch with the scarecrow on it. I suspect this is a bug. Someone submit a bug report, I can't understand how to do it myself.
Finally on the "Tips" section:
"Some patches are far from water sources. Fill your watering can every time you walk by a fountain, sink, or well. (Use bucket on well, use watering can on bucket.)....."
I think this is no longer a big issue as it used to be. Since there appears that the farmers finally had the brilliant idea of gathering rainwater in a water tank/cistern, only a few places are without a nearby water source.
In addition you can nowadays use water directly on the item. No need to use a bucket of water on clay to make soft clay for example.