Our Farworld Pioneers Farming Guide will teach you the basics of growing Food -- and we'll also tell you the best Crops to grow!
Once you have a handle on the basics of Farworld Pioneers, you're going to want to turn your attention to Crafting some items for your Colony. You're also going to need to feed your Colonists, though, and Farming is the best way to do it. Keep reading to learn more about Farming!
How Farworld Pioneers Farming Works
Farworld Pioneers Farming works exactly as you'd expect -- you have to plant Crops, wait for them to grow, and harvest them. It's actually a pretty simple system overall; you don't need to worry about water, fertilizer, or anything like that. (Not in the launch version of the game, anyway.)
Farming is best performed by Colonists using the "Plant" order on the Orders menu. Simply designate some area on Dirt (either on the surface or in farms underground) and your Colonists will keep cranking out Crops until you tell them to stop.
Good old-fashioned dirt farming isn't the only way to go, mind; you can also Research Hydroponics and bring your operation into the future if you desire. Food is essential to keeping your Colony alive, so don't neglect your Farming duties!
Best Crop to Farm in Farworld Pioneers
The best Crops to Farm in Farworld Pioneers are Potatoes and Cotton; both of these items are useful for Food and for Crafting, respectively.
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