Question from Alissa_gal
Where should i plant the the trees seeds?? the field where i plant other vegetable seeds or somewhere else?? is there any restrictions of the area planted?? as in need 4 squares to plant or etc??
Do i need to buy 9 trees seeds to plant for the 9 squares or just one trees seed and it'll spread within the 9 squares??
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Trees need 9 squares (a 3 x 3 area) to plant. You might have to expand your fields to accomodate everything you want. There are 3 total field expansions available -- 1 next to and 1 above the house and the basement (you can't plant trees down there though).
One tree seed for every 9 squares. The trees do spread.
(1) Pretty much the only place you can plant trees are on fields. You can't plant them in basements. Upgrade your fields to increase your fields and organize them: put several trees in 1 field, vegetables in the other, plants that take forever to grow(such as Wheat), and the other and final upgrade is the basement. It's up to you to organize them. (BTW: you will not lose any grazing areas! The upgrades cut the trees to create more fields)
(2) You can only plant them in fields. You can not plant them in grass or the grazing area.
(3) Yes. A tree takes 9 squares (3 x 3 = 9 squares). You will need the hoe.
(4) No, you just have to buy 1 tree seed.
-You do not need to water tree seeds even at first to last stage!
-You can fertilize the trees to increase the quality of fruit, leaves, etc. THIS IS RECOMMENDED!!!
-Upgrading fields will cost some G:
Upgrade 1: 30,000 G
Upgrade 2: 60,000 G
Basement: 100,000 G
-You can plant up to 6 trees in 1 field.
-You can plant up to 18 trees in your whole farm(no vegetables and no empty spaces).
[Hope that Helps!}
if you have two fields, i would put all of my trees in one of them, and my crops in the other. You need a 3x3 square for ONE tree, and you only need one seed for the whole 9 squares, and it does not need to be watered ever, although you should try to frequently fertilize it.
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