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Farm Plot
Basic Information
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Group Food/Cooking, Building
Loot Container
Gear Slot
Covering Attribute
Block Properties
Hit Points
Storage Slots
Horizontal Support
Light Opacity
Upgrades to
Breaks to
Weapon/Tool Properties
Entity Damage
Power Attack Entity Damage
Block Damage
Power Attack Block Damage
Effective Range
Explosion Range Entities
Explosion Range Blocks
Attacks per Minute
Rounds per Minute
Reload Time
Ammo Type
Magazine Size
Stamina Usage
Power Attack Stamina Usage
Damage Multiplier: Earth
Damage Multiplier: Metal
Damage Multiplier: Stone
Damage Multiplier: Wood
Butcher Tool
Butcher Damage Multiplier
Butcher Resource Multiplier
Disassemble Tool
Vehicle Properties
Vehicle Speed
Vehicle Sprint Speed
Protection Properties
Cold Resist
Heat Resist
Armor Rating
Elemental Protection
Effect Protection
Mobility Reduction
Stamina Regen Reduction
Noise Increase
Consumption Effects
Effect on Fullness
Effect on Hydration
Effect on max Stamina
Effect on Stamina regen
Effect on Health
Effect on Max Health
Cure Percentage
Buff Effect
Buff Duration
Dysentery Chance (%)
Characteristic Properties
Durability (Min Quality)
Durability (Max Quality)
Degradation per Use
Mod Type
Compatible Mods
Repaired Using Clay Soil
Electrical Power Required
Base Price
Max Stack
Scrapping/Forging Properties
Scraps into
Burn Time
Farming Properties
Crop produced
Seed used
Time to grow
Obtainable Through


The Farm Plot is used to grow crops to create a renewable source of Food.

Farm Plots cannot be picked up with the "e" key, but can be recovered after being placed. Upon destruction with any tool, or even an empty hand, the entire Farm Plot block will be added back into your inventory. This has a 100% success rate and no player-placed Farm Plot are lost when harvesting them in this manner. Unfortunately any seeds planted on the removed Farm Plot will be destroyed and lost forever.

Farm Plots are generated as parts of certain Points of Interest and work exactly like player-placed Farm Plots for farming. The one difference in PoI Farm Plots is they yield 22 Clay Soil and 4 Nitrate Powder when destroyed instead of the Farm Plot block. PoI Farm Plots are often placed as parts of indoor planters or gardens.


Required Items[]

Living off the Land level 1 reduces cost by 30%, level 2 reduces cost by 50%.

Woodresource.png 4* Wood for
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FoodRottingFlesh.png 10* Rotting Flesh
PotassiumNitratePowder.png 25* Nitrate Powder
ClaySoil.png 100* Clay Soil
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  • The destruction of farm plots that are a part of a POI does not yield a Farm Plot, instead they just yield clay and nitrate.
  • When farming indoors or underground, plants will need access to sunlight, which can be provided via skylight and/or (needs confirmation) nearby windows.
  • If you are farming underground, start from the bottom and dig a vertical tunnel upwards. Then pillar upwards as you dig using temporary wooden frames until you eventually reach the surface where you can then cover the very top of the hole with a hatchframe so that you don't accidentally fall in if you later decide to remove the wooden frames used to pillar up.