Palworld Crops Guide (4 Seed Types, Best Locations & More)

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Palworld Crops Guide (4 Seed Types, Best Locations & More)

Exploring the variety of Palworld crops you can harvest in the survival indie hit, and where to find them

Besides helping you take down a global poaching syndicate, Palworld's amazing variety of Pals lets you mine for materials and explore the regions of Palapagos with ease. That said, they can't run on an empty tank. And eventually, you'll be needing a steady supply of Palworld crops for food before you explore the more hostile parts of the continent.

Needless to say, food is vitally important in any survival game. On top of that, the strongest Pals you encounter out in the wild consume the most food to keep healthy. Here's how to farm all Palworld crops.

Palworld Crops Guide

Disclaimer: Palworld is in its early access stage, so details about Palworld crops are subject to change.

How to Get Red Berry Crops

Red berries are the most common consumables you'll find all over Palworld's landscape. It's also you're earliest food source at the start of the game, so it's very easy to find.

Red berries and its seeds are found in Red Berry Bushes in Palworld's most hospitable regions. So as long as the ground isn't frozen, sandy or outright volcanic, a bush is bound to be nearby. Wandering Merchants at the Small Settlement offer various seeds in exchange for gold. Lastly, berry seeds also drop from Lifmunks so keep an eye out for them if you're looking to start a Berry Plantation.

Unlike other crops that only serve as components, Red Berries provides 15 Nutrition, and act as the main ingredient for some of the best foods in the game. Here's every Palworld recipe that uses Red Berries:

  • Baked Berries
  • Cake
  • Chikipi Saute
  • Herb Roasted Lamball
  • Jam-filled Bun
  • Marinated Mushrooms
  • Stewed Galeclaw

How to Get Wheat Crops

Wheat is a hugely important crop in Palworld due to the amount of nutrition needed in the late-game stages. Better dishes simply give you better nutrition. Plus, good food variety replenishes your worker Pals' sanity, keeping them happy and more productive in the long run.

To get Wheat, start a Palworlds crops plantation with Wheat seeds, which you can get from Wandering Merchants at the Small Settlement and drops from Dinossum and Flopie Pals.

Wheat is one of the most basic Palworld crops you can plant, and can be turned into Flour using a Mill for more complex food recipes. Here's every Palworld recipe that uses Flour:

  • Bread
  • Cake
  • Jam-filled Bun
  • Pancake

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How to Get Lettuce Crops

Leafy greens make up a healthy diet, and it's especially true for your base Pals who get an extra productivity boost when you feed them Lettuce-based food.

Getting Lettuce crops is as simple as starting your own Lettuce plantation which produces 20 of them at a time. Additionally, lettuce seeds can be found in many places across Palapagos. You can either buy the seeds from the Wantering Merchant at Fisherman's Point and Duneshelter or farm the seeds from the following Pals:

  • Bristla
  • Cinnamoth
  • Broncherry Aqua
  • Wumpo Botan

Unlike Wheat, you can drop lettuce straight into the dishes you prepare. Here's every Palworld recipe that uses Lettuce:

  • Grilled Lamball
  • Salad

How to Get Tomato Crops

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In Palworld, Tomatoes compliment the best roasts and stews that give out the most Nutrition points in the game.

Tomatoes can only be farmed in Plantations, so get the seeds from the Duneshelter or Fisherman's Point merchants or gather drops from the following Pals out in the wild:

  • Broncherry
  • Mossanda
  • Vaelet
  • Wumpo Botan
  • Dinossum Lux

Tomatoes give your Palworld cookbook an upgrade during the midgame by letting you prepare stews and various delicacies. Here's every Palworld recipe that uses Tomatoes:

  • Omelet
  • Reindrix Stew
  • Salad

Palworld Crops Plantations Guide

Plantation Name Level Needed Materials Needed
Berry Plantation 5
  • 3 Berry seeds
  • 20 Wood
  • 20 Stone
Wheat Plantation 15
  • 3 Wheat seeds
  • 35 Wood
  • 35 Stone
Tomato Plantation 32
  • 3 Tomato seeds
  • 5 Pal fluids
  • 50 Stone
  • 70 Wood
Lettuce Plantation 38
  • 3 Lettuce Seeds
  • 10 Pal fluids
  • 75 Stone
  • 100 Wood

And that's everything you need to get all Palworld crops in the game. Having a steady supply of ingredients is vital to sustaining your Palworld teams. Remember: mixing up your meal plan makes your Pals grateful and healthier overall. At the same time, Pal stats make up a huge part of your team's performance throughout the game, so feed your little Pals wisely.

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