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Amaho no Sakuna: Rice Planting Guide

Battle with evil spirits and rice cultivation.It’s all a tough day’s work for the famous hero Sakunahime Sakuna: Rice and ruins.. After being banished to the infamous island, the Harvest Goddess naturally confronts unnaturalness and regains her natural rights. By purifying the demons of Hinoe Island and cultivating highly productive crops, Sakuna can correct her mistakes and learn about humility.

But, of course, being an unfortunate exile hero trapped on the Devil’s Island can be quite appetizing. This guide allows you to grow high quality rice that is used to keep Sakuna nourished and energized for a long battle in front of Sakuna. That seems fun.Well, don’t forget to get some from it PlayStation gift card Please try it!

To Sakuna: Rice and ruins, Nominal crops directly affect the princess’s statistics. Like a warrior who level up with each battle, Sakuna becomes stronger by eating rice. Because of this, you will face challenges.

Quality or quantity?

To Sakuna, Rice grows at different rates depending on its quality. The higher the quality, the lower the yield. However, high quality rice also significantly enhances the strength of Sakuna. So agriculture comes down to a battle between quality and quantity. But in the end, you’ll want to focus on both, depending on the situation.

You will want to focus on quantity early in the game. This will give you more rice to trade and more to give you a canyon for those coveted food enthusiasts. When the devil begins to become powerful for Sakuna, quality becomes important and your adventure into the world becomes more dangerous.

Seasonal changes

You also need to consider the quantity as the seasons change.time of Sakuna We will move forward over four seasons, each spanning three days. During the spring, you should seed the growing fields. By summer and autumn, your eyes should be at the water level. However, winter is a dead season. Nothing grows, so like a hibernating bear, you need decent food to keep Sakuna going.

Just before switching between winter and spring, you need to prepare the fields. In other words, it means making fertilizer.

How to make fertilizer

Before preparing fertilizer, we need excrement, which is the main component. You will conveniently find more than enough in your remote home. Drag the value of the bucket into the fertilizer pit and throw in the following five.

  • Beast droppings
  • Beast hooves
  • Fallen leaves

You also need to include enough amber so that the triangle under “Soil Nutrients” is green. The more green you have, the richer the nutrients in your fertilizer and the better your crops. Since it contains core ingredients, please consider adding the following as well.

  • Give status bonuses with rotten food (at the expense of insect resistance)
  • Salt, spring water, famous water to repel insects (while reducing toxicity)
  • Convenience powder for instant batches of ready-to-use fertilizers

Prepare the field

A clear field is needed for a successful crop. Pick up all the loose rocks around you before you start cultivating. Then add the fertilizer you created to the freshly cleaned soil. The best practice from here is to start at one corner of the field and start cultivating in a pattern of parallel lines. This allows you to hit all inches evenly.

Note: As you progress, your “FurrowSight” farming skills and cows will be unlocked. Both are very helpful in reducing tillage time and minimizing this step.

Sort and grow seeds

At this stage, we need to return to asking ourselves “quality or quantity”. Use mud and salt to separate high and low quality rice seeds in a bucket of water. The more mud and salt you use, the better the quality, but at the expense of yield size.

To classify the seeds, place them in a bucket of water and start adding salt and mud until you are satisfied with both quality and quantity. With the addition of these substances, high quality rice seeds remain at the bottom of the bucket and low quality seeds rise to the top.

Once you are satisfied with the sorting process, you need to grow a little before planting. Again, when deciding whether to make them thicker or thinner, you need to ask yourself “quality or quantity.” The thicker the growth, the lower the quality, but the more rice. If you grow them thin, they will spread further apart and may be of better quality, but less need to be planted.

Plant your bounty

Once grown, the seeds are prepared for planting in the field. Planting seeds individually can be a daunting task and care must be taken not to be too close to each other. After planting, the game criticizes your skills, so you know what to change for future harvests.

After sowing the seeds, find and rejuvenate the water source and flood the fields until the water level reaches 20% (water should reach Sakuna’s ankles). These water levels should be as close as possible, as water levels affect the temperature of the crop.

Note: As you progress, the “Planting Instincts” will be unlocked. This overlays the grid on the field for optimal planting. Additional unlockable skills increase planting speed and allow for a variety of formations.

Maintaining rice fields

You may have a demon to kill, but your field needs to be very careful as your crop grows. Throughout the four seasons, attention should be paid not only to water levels, but also to weeds and insects that are harmful to crops. Everything must be perfect for your rice to thrive.

Ducks are a clever trick to get rid of your insect problems, and weeds can be easily pulled or killed with pesticides. However, as the crop progresses, ducks can become a problem. As the rice begins to sprout, the ducks will be happy to eat the crops, so be sure to remove them immediately.

Overall, the crop goes through five stages, but with particular care.

  • Keep the water level at 20% in the first two sectarian stages
  • Remove some of the water from the field by the third sect
  • At the germination stage, you need to add a little more water, up to about 30%
  • If the crop survives, it enters the harvesting stage

Pay attention to the nutrients in the field during the maintenance process. Once they start to fall, it is advisable to add a little more fertilizer using the recipe above. Otherwise, in about the second stage, develop another batch of fertilizer. This time, we’ll focus on stat-enhancing ingredients rather than nutritious ingredients (medicinal base is a good option). Add new fertilizer daily to ensure high quality yields.

Note: If the field temperature is too high, open the locks and use the river to cool the river without raising the water level.

Reap what you sow

Fully grown rice can be harvested, but of course it is not a completely easy process. It’s easy to actually harvest the stems, but it’s a little difficult to keep the stems dry in a drying rack. Harvesting in the dry season is best, as the stems need to be water-free before threshing. When it rains, the clock resets and you have to sit and dry for a long time. If this happens frequently, yield will be lost.

After about 10 hours of continuous drying, the rice is ready for threshing.

Note: As it progresses, the agricultural rally will be unlocked and you will be able to serve amber to prevent rain...

Thresh and Hull

Threshing rice is easy. On the other hand, it will take some time to build a hull. Use a watermill and Sakuna’s rice spawner to shell the rice into one of two options.

  • White rice – promotes vegetable growth
  • Brown Rice – Offers Food Mania

The more hulls there are, the whiter the rice will be and there is no way to return to brown. Once the rice husks were processed, the rice was successfully planted, cared for and harvested to help Sakuna cleanse Hino Island.

We hope that this rice planting guide will help you find the best way to plant rice.

Sara Paul

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Sakuna of Rice and Ruin: Rice Planting Guide

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