Players can pay the pawns with remembered items. This saves a lot of inventory space on farming runs. Since the majority of farming experience is gained by checking the health of a mature plant, the most common way to level up the farming skill is through “farm runs”.
Compared to super compost, which increases crop lifespan by two, using ultra compost increases yield by 20%.
A maple tree is an amber tree that requires level 45 logging to fell, granting 100 logging experience for each set of maple logs obtained. Maple trees have a moderately high pruning difficulty and maple logs only have a moderate value, which makes felling maple trees unfavorable for making money.
It can be earned by playing Cabbage Facepunch Bonanza, by purchasing it at your player’s farm, or by purchasing it from Stanley Limelight. It costs 2200 reputation with the Quartermaster, 10,000 beans or 360 munny with Stanley Limelight Traders.
A fruit tree will continue to bear fruit over time unless it is felled and its stump dug up, with a new fruit regenerating every 45 minutes. Smaller fruit trees (apple trees to palm trees) take 16 hours (6 stages of 160 minutes each) to grow.
The farming cloak is the cloak of accomplishment for the farming skill. It can be purchased for 99,000 coins along with the Farming Hood from Martin the Master Gardener in Draynor Village by players who have reached level 99 in Farming.
The plants take three minutes to fully grow; Players can double the growth rate by using Gricoller’s Fertilizer (slower than some methods, see strategy section) provided when players enter the minigame area. After the plants grow, players should harvest the fruits and put them in sacks.
A reasonably efficient player can earn about 76 points per hour, which means it takes about five and a half hours to earn the full farmer outfit.