Farming Simulator 19 Crops and Farm Guide

Farming Simulator 19 game guide focuses on Crops and Farm Guide for beginners. The guide is basics to everything in Farming Sim 19. While writing this instruction, we pick up many pieces of information from several sites for you. We hope that this guide will help you.

Basics to everything in Farming Sim 19

Crops

Grains

  • Wheat
    • Requires:
      • cultivator, seeder, harvester with grain header
    • Usage:
      • as food for: chickens, pigs
      • chaff for compost (after using special harvester)
    • Special Characteristics:
      • leaves straw
  • Barley
    • Requires:
      • cultivator, seeder, harvester with grain header
    • Usage:
      • as food for: pigs
      • chaff for compost (after using special harvester)
    • Special Characteristics:
      • leaves straw
  • Oat
    • Requires:
      • cultivator, seeder, harvester with grain header
    • Usage:
      • as food for: horses
      • chaff for compost (after using special harvester)
    • Special Characteristics:
      • leaves straw
  • Canola
    • Requires:
      • cultivator, seeder, harvester with grain header
    • Usage:
      • as food for: chickens, pigs
      • chaff for compost (after using special harvester)
    • Special Characteristics:
      • leaves straw
  • Soybean
    • can be sowed by almost every seeder and planter
    • Requires:
      • cultivator, seeder, harvester with grain header
    • Usage:
      • as food for: chickens, pigs
      • chaff for compost (after using special harvester)
    • Special Characteristics:
      • leaves straw
  • Sunflower
    • Requires:
      • cultivator, seeder, harvester with corn/sunflower header
    • Usage:
      • as food for: pigs
    • Special Characteristics:
      • special header that can collect at 15 km/h
  • Corn
    • yields will be 15% smaller when field isn’t plowed before planting
    • Requires:
      • cultivator, seeder, harvester with grain header
    • Usage:
      • as food for: pigs
      • chaff for compost (after using special harvester)

Roots

  • Potatoes
    • yields will be 15% smaller when field isn’t plowed before planting
    • Requires:
      • plow, potato planter, harvester with potato header, semi-trailer
    • Usage:
      • as food for: pigs
    • Special Characteristics:
      • can be filled with already harvested potatoes
      • Store potatoes on ground; load on semi-trailers with belt system (can also use this to place on pallets)
  • Sugar Beetroot
    • yields will be 15% smaller when field isn’t plowed before planting
    • Potatoes give more money. But, beets are faster to collect, and the required machines are cheaper.
    • Requires:
      • plow, planter, harvester with sugar beetroot header, semi-trailer
    • Usage:
      • as food for: pigs
    • Special Characteristics:
      • can be filled with already harvested sugar beetroots
      • Store sugar beetroots on ground; load on semi-trailers with belt system (can also use this to place on pallets)

Farming

  • Wheat, Canola, Barley, Oats, Corn, Soy Beans, Sunflowers
    1. Cultivator – loosen soil
    2. Planter/Seeder – sow
      1. Refill: Buy Seed Pallet
    3. Combine Harvester with Header – harvest
  • Potatoes, Sugar Beet
    • Requires special sowing machines and harvesters
    1. Cultivator – loosen soil
    2. Planter/Seeder – sow
      1. Refill: Previous Harvest OR Buy Seed Pallet
    3. Haulm Cutter – remove foliage
    4. Potato/Sugar Beet Harvester with Header OR Self-Propelled Harvester- harvest
      1. Can store on ground and collect with belt system
  • Sugar Cane
    • Requires special planters and harvesters
    1. Cultivator – loosen soil
    2. Sugarcane Billet Planters – sow
      1. Refill: Buy Pallets of Sugarcane
    3. Sugarcane Harvester – harvest
      1. No Tanks: Attach trailer OR Hire worker to drive alongside with trailer
  • Cotton
    • Requires special harvesters and trailers
    1. Cultivator – loosen soil
    2. Planter/Seeder – sow
      1. Refill: Buy Seed Pallet
    3. Cotton Harvester – harvest
      1. Bales can only be transported on special cotton trailer

This is the ending of Farming Simulator 19 Crops and Farm Guide guide. Hope it will help you. If there is wrong or you have suggestions, please let’s know and comment us. Have fun.

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