Farming
Farming in the bot works like farming ingame, where you will send your minion off on planting and/or harvesting trips, and your crops will grow in the background as you do other activities. The number of patches you have available will increase with the number of quest points you have and your farming level.
To plant crops, you can use the /farming plant command.
When a crop is fully grown, you can either use the /farming harvest command, which will leave your patches empty, or the /farming plant command which will plant the new crop you specify.
Alternatively, you can use /farming auto_farm to automatically plant the highest level seed in each patch you currently have access to.
You can view the patches you currently have things planted in, as well as the time remaining before they are done growing, by using /farming check_patches
You can set crop payment and compost to apply automatically using the /farming default_compost and /farming always_pay commands.
When harvesting trees, you will either need the woodcutting level necessary to chop down the tree (which will award logs), or if you lack the necessary woodcutting level, 200gp for a farmer to remove the tree for you (which will not award logs).
Compost is buyable from the game shop using the +buy command.
You can make supercompost from watermelons using the /farming compost_bin command. Otherwise supercompost can be obtained from drops by wilderness bosses.
You can create ultracompost with the /create command, using 2 Volcanic Ash and 1 Supercompost.
You can find an optimal route to level 99 farming here
Crops can be protected by using the pay option on farming commands. Protection costs can be found on the Farming training page of the OSRS Wiki. Protecting your crops will prevent them from dying at all, and most crops can be both protected and composted, if you wish to stack their properties. These payment bundles can be created using the /create command and works for most common crops such as potatoes, tomatoes, strawberries, bananas, oranges, etc, and are often taken in groups of 5 or 10.
Farming Payment Creatables
Item name
Input items
Tomatoes(5)
5 Tomato
Tomato
Tomatoes(5)
Apples(5)
5 Cooking Apple
Cooking Apple
Apples(5)
Bananas(5)
5 Banana
Banana
Bananas(5)
Strawberries(5)
5 Strawberry
Strawberry
Strawberries(5)
Oranges(5)
5 Orange
Orange
Oranges(5)
Potatoes(10)
10 Potato
Potato
Potatoes(10)
Onions(10)
10 Onion
Onion
Onions(10)
Cabbages(10)
10 Cabbage
Cabbage
Cabbages(10)

Farming Boosts

The speed of your farming trips and the xp you gain from farming activities can both be boosted, as well as the quantity of items harvested. The following items provide boosts to the farming skill:
  • Farmers Strawhat - 0.4% to XP
  • Farmers Jacket/Shirt - 0.8% to XP
  • Farmers Boro Trousers - 0.6% to XP
  • Farmers Boots - 0.2% to XP
  • Full Farmers Outfit - 0.4% to XP on top of item bonuses
  • Magic Secateurs - 10% to harvest quantity
  • Farming Cape - 5% to harvest quantity
  • Full Graceful Outfit - 10% to trip speed
  • Ring of Endurance - 10% to trip speed (must be charged & equipped)
Farming Patches
Patch type
Base patches
Number of possible additional patches
Additional patch requirements
Herb
4
5
65 Farming and 1, 10, 15, & 31 QP
Tree
5
1
65 Farming
Allotment
8
7
45 Farming and 1, 15, & 33 QP
Fruit tree
4
2
85 Farming and 22 QP
Seaweed
0
2
22 QP
Flower
4
3
45 Farming and 1 & 33 QP
Hardwood
0
3
3 QP
Vine
12
0
N/A
Bush
3
2
45 Farming and 3 QP
Hops
4
0
N/A
Mushroom
1
0
N/A
Belladonna
1
0
N/A
Cactus
1
1
45 Farming
Hespori
1
0
N/A
Calquat
1
0
N/A
Crystal
0
1
33 QP
Spirit
1
4
91 and 99 Farming
Celastrus
0
1
85 Farming
Redwood
0
1
85 Farming
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