Land can support


  • TL;DR: "Land can support: x" for plant A means "Current 4x4 cell can continuously support x A without fertilizers or water added"

    Hey,

    I think I know what the "Land can support" number means and since a quick search showed no info on that on the forum and wiki there goes this post..

    From basic experiments with corn seeds, a soil sampler and and a bit of land I gathered that:

    -> There is a "soil state" grid with 4x4 cells (so not aligned to the claim grid).
    -> Farming variables (nutrients, temperature, rain, etc) are uniform across those 4x4 cells

    I think that:

    ~> The "Land can support" value for a particular plant is the number of plant you can farm renewably on this 4x4 cell without depleting the nutrients and hence use fertilizers. So a "land can suppport" of 16 (4x4) or more is a perfect value.

    (I hope this is not viewed as spoilers and that I'm not misinforming)


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