Project Zomboid is a post apocalypses hardcore zombie survival game with a focus on realistic survival. After choosing the player character’s appearance, occupation, and traits, you must avoid zombies, and manage personal needs, such as hunger, stress, fatigue, and boredom, to stay alive through resting, looting, and using survivalist strategies. There are many things you can do in Project Zomdoid to survive: farming, trapping, fighting with zombies, fishing, carpentry, cooking, looting, character customization, skills, and perks. And now we want to tell you about how to farm in Project Zomboid.
Farming Guide in Project Zomboid
Faming in Project Zomboid is a good source of food. You can plant different plants in your garden. There are the following ones:
Every crop in Project Zomboid takes different time and requirements to successfully grow. There are 5 stages of grows: seeding, young stage, fully grown stage, ready to harvest stage and seed-bearing stage.
How to farm in Project Zomboid
Farming in Project Zomboid is a useful skill and a good way to survive. If you want to live longer and have a lot of food – choose the farmer occupation. Gardener traits can give a major advantage in farming too. To start farming you need the following:
- Shovel or Trowel.
- Water holder.
The next step is garden preparation, You must plant in a place where zombies can’t get to them because they can trample your crops and destroy your garden. It’s better to build walls around your crops. Then you must prepare the dirt and plant crops. Remember to water your crops. Fertilizing will help crops to grow faster.
Thanks for reading this Project Zomboid farming guide! Follow our advice, and you will be able to survive longer and easier. Don’t miss our other guides! Good luck! And while you are here, make sure to check our guide on how to exercise in Project Zomboid.