|Oceanic, Continental, Nordic|
|Gathering camp, Farm|
|Natural patches, Fields|
|Population, Cider mill|
The apples do not require processing, But they do require a Culture point to be consumed and a point to produce them on a field. Natural patches can be gatherd without spending a point in apple production.
Apples are one of three crops that can be grown in Oceanic and Continental biomes. it is also only one of two food crops that can be grown in the Nordic biome. The crop is commonly used in these biomes as a food and a production material for Cider the most predominantly used for Alcohol in these biomes (Second being Wine).
The apple patches are usualy spread out and require about 3 gathering camps in order to exploit all trees (Note this does not mean the gathering camps are working at 100%)
Gather rate[edit | edit source]
The gather rate for Apples in a natural patch is 0.03 apples per apple tree.
The gather rate of an field annex is between 0.1 and 0.2 apples per field annex, Field annexes can be places on various vertilities from 1 to 4 it is advisable to place Fields on the highest possible fertility.
The Yield per field annex and the yield of the natural patches can be increased by spending more Culture points in Apple production.
The yield can be increased to 0.45 apples per field annex on 3 fertility (As of v0.3.1.x)
Miscellaneous uses[edit | edit source]
Biome restriction[edit | edit source]
In the chart below you can see where Apples grow and are found naturaly.