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The ability to farm can be classified into two different categories based on the level of the player. Early levels (before reaching level 15) players will have to level up on allotment patches filled with different vegetables, herbs as well as other smaller plants. Once we have that, we can jump straight into the primary method of farming that will take us all the way to 99 which is farming trees. There are also other additional methods to gain farming experience and every farming method education will be discussed in this OSRS Guide to Farming.

Farming leveling revolves mainly around clearing out dirt in areas of plants, placing seeds into the ground, checking the health of the growing plant and then removing it once it has fully grown. When you level your farm, there is a lot of running involved which is why gaining a few levels of agility prior to the process could prove beneficial. Knowing your routes for running could be necessary as it can reduce the time spent on leveling.

When you visit many locations across Gielinor such as Port Sarim, South of Falador, Fishing Guild, Falador Park on north east side of town, Kourend, Canifis and others . Make sure you bring travelling items such as Ectophial, Games Necklace, Amulet of Glory, Xeric's the talisman, among others. It is also recommended to put to a good use lunar spellbook when working with trees and hops, fruit trees, crops and others to speed up your travel.

It is possible to give old school runescape buy gold the farmer who is close to your patch payment and he will take care of your plants for you (protecting the plants from dying). In skill, you can click on the farm icon to see which plant requires what payment.

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