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Ranch Simulator How to Plant Wheat

Ranch Simulator How to Plant Wheat

Planting wheat is a fundamental aspect of building a successful ranch in Ranch Simulator. In this guide, I’ll walk you through the steps to grow a wheat crop and the essential tools you’ll need.

Tools Required / Prices and Location

Tractor(1200$)Location(Hardware Store): A tractor is essential for tilling the soil and planting seeds efficiently. Ensure it’s fueled and in good condition.

You Need to Use this Tools in Order:

  • Cultivator(400$)Location(Hardware Store): Used to prepare soil for planting crops
  • Seeder Attachment(400$)Location(Hardware Store): Attach a seeder to your tractor to plant the wheat seeds.
  • Wheat Seeds(100$)Location(General Store): Purchase wheat seeds from General Store and use them in the Seeder Attachment you will need 3 of it so it’s 300$.
  • Harvester(2000$)Location(Hardware Store): Designed for efficiently collecting and harvesting mature crops such as wheat, corn, and sunflowers.
  • Granary(1750$): On your build book you can find a granary inside the 3 lines in the 4th page (you will need 1 concrete bag for 250$ and 3x metal plates for 1500$)

Total: 6050$

Optional:

  • Fertilizer spreader(600$): (If you want your seeds to grow faster you will also need Fertilizer for it).
  • Fertilizer(100$) Location (General Store): You will need 4 of it since the fertilizer spreader can carry 30L and each fertilizer has 7L.

Preparation

  • Drive your tractor to the desired field where you want to plant wheat.
  • Make sure the field is cleared of debris or other crops.
  • Equip the cultivator attachment on your tractor.
  • Fill the seeder with wheat seeds from your inventory.
  • Lower the seeder to the desired planting depth .
  • With the seeder attached, activate the tractor and lower the seeder.
  • Begin driving the tractor over the tilled soil to sow the wheat seeds.
  • Drive slowly over the field, and the seeder will till the soil as you move

Getting to Work

Fertilizing (Optional):

Fertilizing your wheat crop can improve its growth and yield. Use a fertilizer spreader attached to your tractor if you choose to fertilize.

Watering (As Needed):

Wheat needs adequate water to grow. Ensure that your field receives sufficient rain or use the water hose to water your crops if needed.

Wait and Maintain:

Now that your wheat is planted, it’s time to wait for it to grow. Monitor the field for any signs of disease or pests.

Harvesting:

Wheat is typically ready for harvest when the plants turn yellow and the heads of wheat appear fully formed.

Use a combine harvester to efficiently harvest your wheat crop.

Selling Your Wheat:

Transport the harvested wheat to a market or sell it through your ranch’s shop to make a profit or you can use it for yourself instead of buying the wheat bags.

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