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How to get Frost Beets in Fae Farm

Posted on September 17, 2023 by in Guides, Switch

Fae Farm Frost Beets

In this guide for Fae Farm we’ll tell you what you need to do in order to harvest Frost Beets.

Once you’ve cleared the Floating Ruins and restored life to the Elven Village you’ll be given the sidequest “Fae Farming”, which aims to teach you the basics of the more advanced crop mechanics in Fae Farm by asking you to harvest 4 Frost Beets. More importantly, you’ll need 5 Frost Beets to give to Grell so that you can complete the “A Frozen Friend“ story quest. However, the process isn’t as simple as putting a seed in the ground and waiting for it to grow, you’ll need to take a few extra steps to accomplish the task.

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You can grow Frost Beets at your Homestead, but we’d recommend doing it at Fae Acres instead. To grow them outside of Fae Acres you’ll need to plant them in Fae Soil Beds, which need 1 Shade Jelly, 1 Flutterwood Log, and 1 Spriggan Leaf to craft. In Fae Acres you can plant them in regular Soil Beds, which need 1 Silt, 1 Sand, and 1 Beech Log, which are all slightly easier to gather quickly in larger quantities.

Next you’ll need to buy some Turnip Seeds to plant in them. These cost 5 Florins each, and you can get them from Holly’s Seed Shop in the Town Center or Asphodel’s Crop Shop in Elven Village after clearing the Floating Ruins.

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Once you’ve planted your Turnip seeds, you’ll need to use Magic Crop Swap Fertilizer on them to turn them into Frost Beets. You can buy this from either Holly or Asphodel or 50 Florins each at the same time you buy the Turnip Seeds, or you can craft them yourself at a Garden Bench using 1 Mulch, 1 Frog Sweat, and 1 Ammonite.

After you’ve done this, it’s a matter of simply waiting for your crops to grow. You’ll know if you’ve been successful or not before the harvest as the sprouts will turn blue, indicating a change from Turnip to Frost Beet. This isn’t always successful, but if you end up harvesting a Turnip you can turn it back into a Turnip Seed at your Garden Bench so you don’t have to keep buying additional seeds.

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Those still playing Fae Farm can find more guides below.

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