Exact times for Plant Growth? Anyone for sure know it by the hours on each soil???

*MaryMoon**MaryMoon* Member
I'm hoping this hasn't been directly asked yet, if so my apologies, just tryin to clear things up.
I'd like to know growth time by hours, on decent and quality soils for all crops. Please
It seems to be agreed that one day in crop time is 20hrs.
I just think knowing exact times would be nicer...
They say tomato is a day on quality, but as we have found out its actually 30hrs, which is more than one day..
This is why i wanna know times exactly!!!
Anyone with answers, ty for helpin out

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  • Professional KillerProfessional Killer GreeceForum Moderator, Retired Moderator
    57.60 Karma
    Here's a list. (Not 100% sure how accurate it is.)

    Tomatoes

    Rocky -- 3 days
    Decent -- 1.5 days
    Great quality - 1 day

    Potatoes

    Rocky -- 4 days
    Decent -- 3 days
    Great quality -- 2 day

    Corn

    Rocky -- 5 days
    Decent -- 4 days
    Great quality -- 3 day

    Egg Plant

    Rocky -- 6 days
    Decent -- 5 days
    Great quality -- 4 day

    Wheat

    Rocky -- 7 days
    Decent -- 6 days
    Great quality -- 5 day
  • SidddSiddd UKGame Moderator
    33.75 Karma

    Here's a list. (Not 100% sure how accurate it is.)

    Tomatoes

    Rocky -- 3 days
    Decent -- 1.5 days
    Great quality - 1 day

    Potatoes

    Rocky -- 4 days
    Decent -- 3 days
    Great quality -- 2 day

    Corn

    Rocky -- 5 days
    Decent -- 4 days
    Great quality -- 3 day

    Egg Plant

    Rocky -- 6 days
    Decent -- 5 days
    Great quality -- 4 day

    Wheat

    Rocky -- 7 days
    Decent -- 6 days
    Great quality -- 5 day

    I think Mary wants exact times :3 I would like the know the exact times also. If the other plants are like tomatoes (and not exactly 1 day) Then this table is incorrect hugely, but who knows! Someone get a stopwatch out! :)
  • Professional KillerProfessional Killer GreeceForum Moderator, Retired Moderator
    57.60 Karma
    Siddd said:

    Here's a list. (Not 100% sure how accurate it is.)

    Tomatoes

    Rocky -- 3 days
    Decent -- 1.5 days
    Great quality - 1 day

    Potatoes

    Rocky -- 4 days
    Decent -- 3 days
    Great quality -- 2 day

    Corn

    Rocky -- 5 days
    Decent -- 4 days
    Great quality -- 3 day

    Egg Plant

    Rocky -- 6 days
    Decent -- 5 days
    Great quality -- 4 day

    Wheat

    Rocky -- 7 days
    Decent -- 6 days
    Great quality -- 5 day

    I think Mary wants exact times :3 I would like the know the exact times also. If the other plants are like tomatoes (and not exactly 1 day) Then this table is incorrect hugely, but who knows! Someone get a stopwatch out! :)
    Ah, my bad then.
  • LightosphereLightosphere Member
    edited September 2017 41.95 Karma
    I only know about Tomatoes and Potatoes (since I only plant them) and only in Rocky and Decent soil (I Can't afford to buy one great soil pack yet.)

    Tomatoes
    Rocky : 2.5 days (about 50 - 56 hours)
    Decent : 2 days (about 40 - 48 hours)

    Potatoes
    Rocky : 3 days (about 60 - 72 hours)
    Decent : 2.5 days (about 50 - 60 hours)

    I can't get the right duration, but I harvest my Tomatoes (planted in rocky) and Potatoes (planted in decent) in a same time.
  • 60.00 Karma

    I only know about Tomatoes and Potatoes (since I only plant them) and only in Rocky and Decent soil (I Can't afford to buy one great soil pack yet.)

    Tomatoes
    Rocky : 2.5 days (about 50 - 56 hours)
    Decent : 2 days (about 40 - 48 hours)

    Potatoes
    Rocky : 3 days (about 60 - 72 hours)
    Decent : 2.5 days (about 50 - 60 hours)

    I can't get the right duration, but I harvest my Tomatoes (planted in rocky) and Potatoes (planted in decent) in a same time.

    Yes, because tomatoes on rocky soil is 2.5 days, and potatoes on rocky soil is 3 days, and decent soil removes one day from the growth, so it needs 2.5 days.
  • Sir. PixelSir. Pixel EnglandMember
    32.20 Karma
    Days lol. I know the exact timings for Tomatos and they are. Tomatos have 5 stages as well:
    Quality soil: 30 hours, 6 hours per stage
    Decent soil: 40 hours 8 hours per stage
    Rocky soil: 50 hours 10 hours per stage

    I know these times through actually timing the growth, I do not know potato or further crop timings yet but I still hope it helps.
  • *MaryMoon**MaryMoon* Member
    1.05 Karma

    I only know about Tomatoes and Potatoes (since I only plant them) and only in Rocky and Decent soil (I Can't afford to buy one great soil pack yet.)

    Tomatoes
    Rocky : 2.5 days (about 50 - 56 hours)
    Decent : 2 days (about 40 - 48 hours)

    Potatoes
    Rocky : 3 days (about 60 - 72 hours)
    Decent : 2.5 days (about 50 - 60 hours)

    I can't get the right duration, but I harvest my Tomatoes (planted in rocky) and Potatoes (planted in decent) in a same time.

    Yes, because tomatoes on rocky soil is 2.5 days, and potatoes on rocky soil is 3 days, and decent soil removes one day from the growth, so it needs 2.5 days.
    That wide variance is what im talking about. like 60 -72 hours is a 12hr growth window and widely affects choices if we knew exactness. I want to hear 63.5hrs, and 42hrs. On the point! I am aware of days, and that days are 20hrs in cubic time.
    But ty for trying.
    This is the known info, if you find the exact id appreciate it
  • Dreadful  KnoPDreadful KnoP Member
    4.95 Karma
    Mary, check the "Bazaar" in Knop search in lobby. At the entry at left, there are some times that should be accurate.
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