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#1 Mar 12 2004 at 12:51 PM Rating: Good
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Sorry for the new thread but i wanted a place for tree sapling info that wouldn't get burried under the plat nugget recipe 20 times. (tree cutting light/light, everybody knows, stop posting it) Anyway, i harvested my first sapling today.

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planted on firesday
fed fire/fire both on firesday
Harvested on earthsday (logged in an hour too late this mornign and didn't want to wait any longer)
Results were: 32 cinnamon sticks.

I was just happy it didn't turn into worms or rocksalt like my cactus.
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#2 Mar 12 2004 at 3:18 PM Rating: Decent
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I wonder what you get when you use a dark crystal?
also, i had read somewhere before that you could grow gold beastcoins by using the same recipe as platinum only in a brass pot, can anyone confirm this?
#3 Mar 12 2004 at 3:22 PM Rating: Excellent
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Wooooo!! I'm so giddy and excited to see a SAPLINGS result posted!! ^_^ ^_^ ^_^

Congratulations and hope your apple pies taste good!
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#4 Mar 12 2004 at 6:29 PM Rating: Decent
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Thanks alot for posting that noxxx. I have yet to grow a sappling. Mabey ill try this recipe to get me some cheap cinnamon.
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#5 Mar 12 2004 at 6:47 PM Rating: Decent
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I currently have two cactus and a tree cutting(which i hope to grow into a sapling) planted, so it will be awhile before i get another sapling planted. The one i grew already too a long time to bloom, but once it did i only had to wait about a day for the harvest to be ready (as opposed to the 3 days i had to wait for my cactus) But i do intend to continue experimenting with saplings. my next will probably be a lightning/lightning or a light/light.
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#6 Mar 12 2004 at 7:08 PM Rating: Excellent
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I just planted two Cactus Stems last night! :) Finally did the quest for the 4 bags and boy was I near tears at that last cutscene... *sniff*
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#7 Mar 12 2004 at 8:55 PM Rating: Decent
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How much fame does that cactus quest require? Hrm, I've got two people with max in bastok. I wonder if I should go get them :P
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#8 Mar 12 2004 at 9:26 PM Rating: Good
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Depends what level they are because it requires going logging in Yuhtunga Jungle. I ran around on my chicken like a chicken without a head for almost 15 minutes before I found a logging spot to get the Fallen Star.
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#9 Mar 12 2004 at 10:49 PM Rating: Decent
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Bleh.

I have 30 WHm, 30 THF and 27 BST along with may others...

The two with max fame can do it ;p
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#10 Mar 18 2004 at 11:18 AM Rating: Decent
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So, I planted my saplings about a week ago (maybe a day or two more) and still haven't been prompted to fertilize them.. Anyone else had this experience? I've been checking them daily, and am positive that I haven't missed an opportunity yet (as it doesn't say Crystal Used: None)
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I have 4 saplings currently planted, aiming for elemental ore (two geared towards dark ore, two towards ice ore)*holds breath*.

Took about a week for the first feeding to become available, and tonight will mark the second week (so hopefully another). I'll post results ^^
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umm the elemental ore is BCNM60 drops. used to make elemental beads, then into the elemental staffs
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umm the elemental ore is BCNM60 drops.


Yes, but that is not the only source of it. It can also be grown, and i've heard rummors that it can be dug up with chocobo. All of the sources of elemental ore are very rare.

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So, I planted my saplings about a week ago (maybe a day or two more) and still haven't been prompted to fertilize them.. Anyone else had this experience? I've been checking them daily, and am positive that I haven't missed an opportunity yet (as it doesn't say Crystal Used: None)


yes, it takes a PAINFULLY long time for a sapling to grow, don't worry, eventually it will ask for a crystal. On the bright side, i think saplings look the coolest of any of the plants, (well after the stick phase atleast)

Edited, Thu Mar 18 18:03:09 2004 by Noxxx
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#14 Mar 19 2004 at 10:18 AM Rating: Good
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Noxxx wrote:
I currently have two cactus and a tree cutting(which i hope to grow into a sapling) planted, so it will be awhile before i get another sapling planted


How do you get saplings out of tree cuttings and can you get other seeds from other plants too?

I remember reading a post some time ago that said you could get seeds of plants if you dry them...
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#15 Mar 19 2004 at 4:43 PM Rating: Decent
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How do you get saplings out of tree cuttings and can you get other seeds from other plants too?

I remember reading a post some time ago that said you could get seeds of plants if you dry them...


Tree cuttings sometimes grow into sapplings if you don't feed them a crystal. So far it is the only source of tree sapplings i've heard of.

Drying plants does not give you seeds, but sometimes when plants die you'll get seeds back from the dead plant. To the best of my knowledge they are always the same as the seeds you planted.
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#16 Mar 19 2004 at 5:10 PM Rating: Decent
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Aside from the cinnamon sticks, does anyone else have Tree Sapling recipies? I'm growing some now and i'm wondering if i should try to use it or just AH it.
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#17 Mar 22 2004 at 10:50 AM Rating: Good
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Thx for the answer Noxxx.
This question was on my mind for a long time.
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#18 Mar 22 2004 at 12:43 PM Rating: Decent
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Elemental ore comes from 3 sources: bcnm60, choco digging, and gardening. The gardening part was recently introduced, though, and that's why the price of ore has dropped so much on many servers. On my server there's one guy that bought 14 STACKS (at 250k/piece) of saplings. I was able to feed my saplings a second time friday night...so sometime this week I should know!
#19 Mar 27 2004 at 12:37 PM Rating: Decent
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A couple of days ago i harvested the the cuttings i mentioned and they did indeed grow into a tree sapling. I fed it none/none. It took about 2 weeks. i imediatly replanted the sapling and it is growing well. i also have 2 more cuttings i'm going right now, one is past the first crystal and the other is almost there. I plan to stagger them so that i have a weekly tree cutting harvest, i'll be planting two more cuttings to grow into saplings.
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#20 Mar 29 2004 at 9:28 AM Rating: Decent
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pharadox is right, the result wud be element ore. Check the AH to see how sells those ores and see also who buys tree sapling and you should figure that pharadox is right
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#21 Mar 29 2004 at 2:53 PM Rating: Decent
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Would you be willing to share what pot you used for the Cuttings -> Saplings? I would really appreciate it :)

Also..Won't the plant just die if you don't feed it any crystals?

Edited, Mon Mar 29 14:54:02 2004 by Mundane
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#22 Mar 29 2004 at 3:12 PM Rating: Decent
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If you want to get a successful ELEMENTAL ore yield, it's best to plant in a porcelain pot. When you plant/harvest(attribute of day) doesn't matter, just make sure you feed it with crystals opposite to the day's attribute. Overnutrition will ruin the plant.

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Using an Earthen pot and NO crystals, I was able to get 2 tree saplings from one cutting! Don't ask me how I did that because I have no clue. My other "blank" cuttings gave me one cutting in a Ceramic Pot. Your plant will not die without crystals as long as you keep examining it. It does however, take much longer to grow with no crystal support.

I've got two saplings growing now and boy do they take FORever to ask for a crystal!
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Well, I harvested all 4 saplings. They were set up like this:

Porcelain pot + Tree sapling, all planted at the same time. My plan was to gear 2 towards Ice Ore and 2 towards Dark Ore. Thus, when it came time to feed them, I fed them their respective crystals (Dark + Dark, Ice + Ice) when they were read to be fed (not necessarily on iceday or darksday, in fact it wasn't on those days). All 4 were harvested on the day of the ore I was trying to get. Results were...

Terrible. Dark plants gave me 17rock salt and 4persikos; Ice plants gave me 2 wind clusters each. 100k down the drain =(

edit: total time taken was roughly 20 days from planting to harvesting.

Edited, Mon Mar 29 16:17:24 2004 by pharadox
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Ouch... the pains of pioneer gardening... Smiley: banghead

But, I guess that's the way it will always go. 20 days sure is a long time!! I think once my little bundle of joy arrives I'll retire to just gardening and farming. Won't that be fun! ^^
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"If you want to get a successful ELEMENTAL ore yield, it's best to plant in a porcelain pot. When you plant/harvest(attribute of day) doesn't matter, just make sure you feed it with crystals opposite to the day's attribute. Overnutrition will ruin the plant.

Cheers "


Hojoo can you explain me what will make the difference between having a ice ore or a wind ore (ice and wind use only as example) using your theory.


Thanks!
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