Farming Simulator 2013

Farming Simulator 2013

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Mrzdt89 Nov 8, 2012 @ 12:15am
Spraying/Fertilizing while cultivating/sowing?
Can someone please tell me what is the most efficient way of fertilizing/sowing, cultivating and sowing? Is it possible to connect more than one implement and do some of the above at the same time?

How do you fertilize, cultivate and sow? What do you use?

I notice you cant hire a worker if you fertilize. This really is annoying if you have lots of fields and have to do them all manually.
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Herbaceous Nov 8, 2012 @ 12:28am 
I work my fields based on the FS2011 system: Cultivate/Fertilize/Seed (in that order), for the best yield of crop.

I'm not sure if the new FS2013 uses a more complex growth system, but it seems to be working in the same way as before. Perhaps someone in the know can enlighten us on this issue?

I believe the only reason for so many different types of fertilizing methods (Sprayers/Manure/Liquid Silage/Pellets) is purely for player entertainment/choice. They all seem to do the same thing, just in different ways.

As far as having to manually do it goes - The more expensive equipment has MUCH larger coverage areas, so time-wise it's pretty quick to cover even the biggest fields.

More than that, I'm sorry to say, I have no idea...
420WWWYZZERDD Nov 9, 2012 @ 1:40am 
I use the AMAZONE cayena 6001 (seed drill) on back and an AMAZONE ZA-X 1402 (fertilizer) on front of my tractor. Set the fertilizer on, hire a worker, tab to another tractor and do something else while he does all the work.
Mrzdt89 Nov 9, 2012 @ 4:29am 
What sowers require you to cultivate before the time and which ones do not?
stescher Dec 5, 2012 @ 12:58pm 
How about the self propelled sprayer, can you hire a worker to run that?
buzztham Dec 5, 2012 @ 1:14pm 
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Date Posted: Nov 8, 2012 @ 12:15am
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