In Medieval Dynasty, you need fertilizer to cultivate your fields so that they grow large and magnificent plants. In this guide, we’ll tell you how to unlock the scheme and how to make fertilizer.
What it’s about: Fertilizer is essential for the agriculture of your small settlement in Medieval Dynasty. You need this substance so that you or your workers can better grow your plants in the fields and plantations. We’ll tell you how to get the scheme and what you need to craft it.
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How to Unlock the Fertilizer Scheme in Medieval Dynasty
In Medieval Dynasty, you have to unlock and sometimes even buy a scheme for everything. The good news about fertilizer is that you don’t have to buy a scheme and get the recipe automatically. However, we will tell you when you can get it.
To get the scheme for the fertilizer, you need to level up Farming Technology to at least 10 points. This will unlock the barn. You earn technology points in Farming Technology by planting fields, sowing seeds, and milking animals or shearing sheep.
When you unlock the barn, you automatically get the fertilizer scheme, and you don’t have to buy it separately. You can then easily make fertilizer at the workbench in the barn. Now we’ll tell you exactly how this works.
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How to Craft Fertilizer
To craft fertilizer, you need to unlock and build the barn. In the barn, you will find a workbench. Use it to make fertilizer.
You will need these materials to make fertilizer once:
- 2x Manure
- 10x Rot
Manure: Manure is the leftovers of animals. You can pick them up from the ground in your animal pens. Exceptions are chickens and gooses. In addition, manure is produced in the pigsty and can be collected there by workers. You can also buy manure from most livestock dealers.
Rot: The second ingredient is spoiled food. Depending on how you store food, there is a chance that it will become rot when the seasons change. You can take any kind of food for this. However, fresh food, such as fruits or vegetables, are especially likely to spoil quickly.
Tip: If you collect large quantities of unripe berries in the spring and drop them on the ground, this will produce 100% rot at the change of season.