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How do i make my tree farm go faster?

Discussion in 'General FTB chat' started by TheAxeLeader76, Dec 21, 2015.

  1. TheAxeLeader76

    TheAxeLeader76 New Member

    I have everything set up for my tree farm to get power from coal. The only problem is it takes way to long for the trees to grow. Is there any way I could be able to make them grow faster?
    Thanks :)
  2. Inaeo

    Inaeo New Member

    There are lots of ways to do that. What kind of farm are you using? What other mods do we have to work with?

    Options include:
    Thaumcraft Lamp of Growth
    Blood Magic Sigil of the Green Grove
    Botania Agricarnation
    MFR Fertilizer
    Agricraft Sprinkler
    OpenBlocks Sprinkler
    And lots more...

    Edit: Note that most of these stack with one another, and some stack with multiple of themselves.
  3. The best way to speed up a tree farm is an autonomous activator with a reinforced watering can

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  4. Steel

    Steel New Member

    My preferred method for speeding up growth right now is the Cascading Grower from Aura Cascade. With an easy to set up violet aura generator powering it, it causes whatever is on top to grow pretty much instantly. It only grows 1 tile per grower, but most harvesters can only harvest 1 tree at a time so 1 or 2 growers should keep most things busy.
  5. RealKC

    RealKC Popular Member

    Also the Openblocks sprinklers has 9 inventory slots in which you can put bonemeal

    Edit: Doesn't Blood Magic have a Ritual of Green Gove too?
  6. I've never used this mod but the reinforced watering can seems better
  7. Yes, it's one of the easiest ritual but it affect only a 3x3 area

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  8. Steel

    Steel New Member

    Thank you for restating your opinion, I guess...
  9. KingTriaxx

    KingTriaxx Forum Addict

    Depends rather heavily on the pack. Me, I just make them larger. Though the MFR fertilizer is completely self-sustaining with a bit of work.

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