- Taller then a full helmet. That's about as large as I can describe it, but it's not insanely tall. Coelacanth0794 Talk 22:20, September 7, 2011 (UTC)
5% change in price, 100% insanity
These things are going for 150k each, even in the G.E. How can Jigglyplex keep a straight face, only moving them 5% per day? Why not track the price a little more closely, if for no other reason than to not look quite so stupid? -- PIKWIT 22:40, September 9, 2011 (UTC)
EDIT: And the spores are going for 1K, not 5K.
How long does it take for these to grow? The other mushrooms take 240 minutes, but these seem to be taking longer.
Should be 4 hours, but more like 5
Do we really, really need to know that the Morel mushroom (the mushroom this is based on) is the state mushroom of Minnesota? I understand that some trivia applies directly to references made by the game, but this is trivial even for trivia... ;) 22.214.171.124 18:10, December 18, 2011 (UTC)
- Removed. User:Urbancowgurl777/Signature 18:13, December 18, 2011 (UTC)
Giant ent, yes or no?
Does the giant ent provide a chance of harvesting double 'shrooms?126.96.36.199 01:56, December 31, 2011 (UTC)
I always put alarm 3h 30 min for murchella mushroom....
some times its fully grown and ready to harvest... some times takes 30 min more !!
Can someone tell me exact time to grow them with supercompost, becouse 295min is not corect.
How big is the chance they die, whilest using supercompost? I am guessing around 1-4/5 my self, but I am totally not sure.
I've just changed the info on the growth time - although I'm not 100% certain that my info is correct, I am completely certain that the previous info (220 minutes) is wrong, since it has no reference to how farming growth actually works.
They seem to grow after about 4 hours, and seem to only have 3 stages, so I felt that saying the growth time is 3 80 minute cycles is a reasonable assumption. If anyone wishes to object to this, feel free to post your arguments here =) Invisi 11:41, March 8, 2012 (UTC)
The point with growth times for farming is that things actually get diseased (yes, in this case even if you have the moritanya tasks medium completed). Things get sick, but when you pay a farmer, or have a patch that is "free from disease", what happens is that when something gets diseased, it gets healthy again immediately. However, when that happens, it misses a "growth tick". So while the patch does not effectively get sick - the crops do not spoil - they can have a longer time because they are able to miss growth ticks. Elanthiel (talk) 20:54, September 5, 2012 (UTC)
Can anyone tell me why, when I click on the price graph, I get some outdated crap? When I get the URL of the thumb image and paste it in the address bar, I at least get someting that looks current, if a little small or blown-up blurry. I would think the Wikia systems would go to the proper im... wait, nvm, Wikia is having a bad image day, right? Sad.