|Place this on your farm to start a new patch of grass.|
|Traveling Cart:||Not Sold|
|Recipe Name:||Grass Starter (Recipe)|
|Recipe Source:||Pierre's for 1,000g|
|Produces:||1 Grass Starter per craft|
Grass Starter will instantly place a patch of Grass when used on the ground. Over time, a patch of grass will grow and spread to surrounding tiles on the farm. Grass can be harvested with the Scythe to produce Hay, once a Silo is built. On the 1st of Winter, all grass on the farm will die.
- To prevent animals from eating your grass starter you can place a fence post or lightning rod on top of it after it is planted. This will let the grass continue to grow without losing the starter.
- Grass Starter is meant to be used outside where farm animals can eat it, but it can be placed inside a Farm Building, or anywhere outside The Farm. Animals will not eat it, and it will not grow/spread, but it can be harvested to create Hay.
- Grass starter can be planted on The Farm anytime in Winter, and it will grow and spread, just like during any other season. The grass will not die on the 1st of Spring. However, if you exit your game before Spring, the grass will be dead when you reload.
- Any grass patches on the Farm on Winter 28 will multiply up to 40x each on Spring 1, unless you exit the game.
|Seeds, Starters, and Saplings|
|Spring||Apricot Sapling • Bean Starter • Cauliflower Seeds • Cherry Sapling • Coffee Beans • Garlic Seeds • Jazz Seeds • Kale Seeds • Parsnip Seeds • Potato Seeds • Rice Shoot • Rhubarb Seeds • Spring Seeds • Strawberry Seeds • Tulip Bulb|
|Summer||Blueberry Seeds • Coffee Beans • Corn Seeds • Hops Starter • Melon Seeds • Orange Sapling • Peach Sapling • Pepper Seeds • Poppy Seeds • Radish Seeds • Red Cabbage Seeds • Spangle Seeds • Summer Seeds • Sunflower Seeds • Starfruit Seeds • Tomato Seeds • Wheat Seeds|
|Fall||Amaranth Seeds • Apple Sapling • Artichoke Seeds • Beet Seeds • Bok Choy Seeds • Corn Seeds • Cranberry Seeds • Eggplant Seeds • Fairy Seeds • Fall Seeds • Grape Starter • Pomegranate Sapling • Pumpkin Seeds • Rare Seed • Sunflower Seeds • Wheat Seeds • Yam Seeds|
|Other||Acorn • Ancient Seeds • Cactus Seeds • Grass Starter • Maple Seed • Mixed Seeds • Tea Sapling • Pine Cone|