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That looks like something that you can make supercompost out of. Fill up the compost bin with stuff like that, and you'll eventually have a bin full of supercompost.441
That patch is already fully grown! I don't know what you want me to do with it!218
Poison ivy bushes don't get diseased, so you needn't worry about having it protected.210
Why, yes I am. Why do you ask?139
How can you ask such a thing? It's obvious! It's all you adventurers. Every time I get a crop planted, some adventurer comes along and digs it up and plants crops of their own, as if they owned my farming patch!105
Don't give me that! You're an adventurer, they're all adventurers. I bet you have some sort of secret guild and you gather there and say things like 'let's annoy the gardeners this week', don't you?105
Aha, so you admit it then! You should be ashamed of yourselves!105
That depends on whether I have it to sell. What is it that you're looking for?73
You don't have any seeds planted in that patch. Plant some and I might agree to look after it for you.68
It's really annoying! You should speak to your friends about their rude behaviour!63
That'll do nicely, sir. Leave it with me - I'll make sure that patch grows for you.52
I want 8 Bittercap mushrooms for that.36
That'll do nicely, madam. Leave it with me - I'll make sure that patch grows for you.33
That looks like something that you can make normal compost out of. Fill up the compost bin with stuff like that, and you'll eventually have a bin full of compost.28
Plant cure, eh? I might have some put aside for myself. Tell you what, I'll sell you some plant cure for 25 coins if you like.24
A bucket of compost, eh? I might have one spare... tell you what, I'll sell it to you for 35 coins if you like.15
Eh, I suppose I can spare you a plant pot, but I'll want 40 coins for it.12
I want 6 watermelons for that.10
Well obviously it's the seasons. They all seem to be out- of-wack these days. Summer comes earlier and earlier each year, but then it simply rushes by!9
No, sorry, but find that out and you'll get to the root of our problems.9
Well I can tell by the look on your face that I'm not the first person you've asked. Why don't you tell me what you've heard from other members of the group so far?9
Did you ever consider that all those theories might be correct?9
I'll let you into a little secret that'll explain it all to you. In a word - fairies!9
I'm serious! 9
If you find out what is upsetting the seasons you'll find out what is causing the harvest to fail.8
Think it through. There are fairies who control everything natural from the weather to the seasons.8
Insects! That's what you can tell him! Insects! Stop the insects from eating so many of our crops and we'd get maximum yield, I tell you!7
I'm already looking after that patch for you.7
A seed dibber, eh? I might have one spare... tell you what, I'll sell it to you for 15 coins if you like.6
I've already told you everything I suspect.6
I want 4 sacks of cabbages for that.6
Surely if all of those things have been mentioned as catalysts to our problems it stands to reason that the fairies are actually the cause?6
A rake, eh? I might have one spare... tell you what, I'll sell it to you for 15 coins if you like.4
That patch is dead - it's too late for me to do anything about it now.4
I want 3 baskets of strawberries for that.3
Ah, Martin sent you, why didn't you say so? I personally think that our problems are all down to the fact that we haven't had enough rain of late. It's plain to see - just look at the levels of the rivers.3
We need more rain. I don't suppose you can do anything about that?3
Well there you go then. Until you find out how to make it rain you're going to have a hard time solving our problems.3
That patch is diseased - you should cure it before asking me to be responsible for it!3
I want 3 baskets of tomatoes for that.2
Don't just throw away your weeds after you've raked a patch - put them in a compost bin and make some compost.1
A gardening trowel, eh? I might have one spare... tell you what, I'll sell it to you for 15 coins if you like.1
You can put up to ten potatoes, cabbages or onions in vegetable sacks, although you can't have a mix in the same sack.1
A watering can, eh? I might have one spare... tell you what, I'll sell it to you for 25 coins if you like.1
Tree seeds must be grown in a plantpot of soil into a sapling, and then transferred to a tree patch to continue growing to adulthood.1
The only way to cure a bush or tree of disease is to prune away the diseased leaves with a pair of secateurs. For all other crops I would just apply some plant-cure.1