Bittercap mushroom

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This article is about the edible farming mushroom in Gielinor. For other uses, see Mushroom.
Not to be confused with Buttercap.
Mushroom detailed

A bittercap mushroom is a type of fungus involved with the Farming skill. They have various uses, some of which are involved with the Cooking skill, or as part of the fairy ring network (other uses are listed below). They may be grown from a bittercap mushroom spore (taking up to 240 minutes to grow) by players with level 53 Farming in the mushroom patch near Canifis and in the patch in Isafdar. This may yield up to six mushrooms.

After completing the medium Morytania achievements, the Canifis patch will not become diseased.

After completing the elite Morytania achievements, the amount harvested will be doubled from 6 to 12; however this boost does not apply to the experience gained.

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Uses[edit | edit source]

Fairy rings[edit | edit source]

There are several locations where bittercap mushrooms can be planted in enchanted soil, completing a fairy ring thus allowing the player to use it to teleport as any other fairy ring. Five mushrooms are required to complete each fairy ring, and the player must have a spade with them, or on their tool belt, to make the repair. It is the mushrooms themselves, not the spores that are used. The locations of the incomplete fairy rings are as follows:

Disassembly[edit | edit source]