Crop Life Cycle

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Crop Life Cycle

Post by Nootau » Wed Oct 17, 2012 8:03 am

The current regrowing plants never seem to die unless abused/neglected. What about having regrowing plants have a lifespan of 3 harvests before 'withering' which will need to have them removed, the soil tilled and something new planted.

The second catch could be, a regrowing plant cannot be planted on a plot where a plant recently withered at. This means after harvesting corn 3 times, the farmer will have to grow a cycle of turnips or something similar.

Just a thought.
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Post by Rias » Wed Oct 17, 2012 8:59 am

To come later:
- Pests and pesticides
- Crop rotation
- Fertilizers

That would be included in "crop rotation", so it's on the docket.
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