Bittercap mushrooms

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Bittercap mushrooms are grown by planting a Bittercap mushroom spore in the Canifis and Isafdar mushroom patches. Planting bittercap mushroom spores gives 61.5 experience. Harvesting from a mushroom patch with bittercap mushrooms grants 6 mushrooms. Bittercap mushrooms take 4 hours to grow, and cannot be watered. These mushrooms have various uses, some of which are involved with the Cooking skill, or as part of the fairy ring network.

A nearby gardener will not watch over your growing bittercap mushrooms. Upon completing the medium Morytania achievements, however, the Canifis patch becomes permanently immunised against disease. The Isafdar patch requires completion of the medium Tirannwn achievements.

Bittercap mushroom spore
Farming level 53
Patch Mushroom
Payment N/A
Time 240 minutes (6x40 minutes)
Seeds per 1 seed
Experience
Planting 61.5
Harvesting 57.7
Stages
Seed Bittercap mushroom spore
Plant Bittercap mushrooms
Produce
Crop Bittercap mushroom
7,478
Chance to save[?] Unknown edit
Yield[?] 6

Growth stages[edit | edit source]

Healthy Bittercap mushrooms
Stage Description Image
1 The mushroom spore has only just been planted. Click for a larger image
2 The mushrooms grow a little taller. Click for a larger image
3 The mushrooms grow a little taller. Click for a larger image
4 The mushrooms grow a little larger. Click for a larger image
5 The mushrooms grow a little larger. Click for a larger image
6 The mushrooms tops grow a little wider. Click for a larger image
7 The mushrooms are ready to harvest. Click for a larger image
8 {{{stage8}}} N/A
9 {{{stage9}}} N/A
10 {{{stage10}}} N/A
11 {{{stage11}}} N/A
12 {{{stage12}}} N/A

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Before the introduction of the morchella mushroom and spore, bittercap mushroom spores were just named "mushroom spore".