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Compost Heaps

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Searching around for fertile soil and forest soil of high quality can be a pain. Especially since gathering in a spot can damage forest soil with each attempt! I wish there was a farmer-craftable item that was... the COMPOST HEAP! You feed it with food items, vegetables, rotting meat, dung, etc and that decays over time. As the perishable items are eaten up by the heap, they add to the harvest meter (similar to gathering eggs from chickens, wool from sheep or milk from cows) and the farmer can harvest... fertile soils! The quality of the soil can be based on the skill of the farmer and the quality of the rotting things he tosses into it. The end result is nice fertile soils of either type that can be used in terraforming farms and tree farms.
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    Monday, November 09 2015, 07:32 PM - #Permalink
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    compost is a modern thing... dried blood, compost, sulfur, dead leaf were not used in medieval times

    dung was also a "modern" thing at the medieval times, and not all the communities knew it ;)

    I agree, that would be cool and fun, but it doesn't fit the game ;)
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    Sunday, April 19 2020, 05:46 AM - #Permalink
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    Do let me know can I use this soil for my garden. As in my home I have a little yard where I have grown fresh fruits and vegetables. So will this soil help to grow organic fruits and vegetables. Please let me know while sharing on https://www.researchwritingking.com/review-of-kibin/ website trusted material. Thanks!
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    Thursday, June 25 2020, 09:04 PM - #Permalink
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    The quality of the soil can be based on the skill of the farmer and the quality of the rotting things he tosses into it.

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