Golden dragonfruit

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A golden dragonfruit is a cactus fruit harvested from a Golden dragonfruit cactus grown from a golden dragonfruit seed planted in a cactus patch, requiring level 116 Farming. Three golden dragonfruit can be harvested from a cactus patch at a time.

Golden dragonfruit can be crushed to make primal fruit pulp. Golden dragonfruit can be eaten raw and heal up to 2,250 life points each.

Farming[edit | edit source]

Golden dragonfruit can be harvested from a golden dragonfruit cactus grown within a cactus patch. A fully grown golden dragonfruit cactus can grow up to three golden dragonfruit at a time. Each golden dragonfruit, when picked, gives Farming experience. Once all three golden dragonfruit have been picked, the golden dragonfruit cactus will slowly produce more golden dragonfruit. However, the golden dragonfruit may be picked individually provided that at least one appears on the golden dragonfruit cactus.

Patch locations[edit | edit source]

Patch Location Amount Requirements
Cactus patch[1] Al Kharid 1 None
Cactus patch[1][2] Imperial District of Menaphos 1 Partial completion of The Jack of Spades
Cactus patch[3] Northern Anachronia 1 None
  1. ^ a b Disease-free after completion of the Hard Desert achievements.
  2. ^ Accessible after mining the sandstone boulder and handing over 12 Acadia Logs (unnoted).
  3. ^ Accessible after mining the sandstone boulder and handing over 12 Magic logs (unnoted) to Goob.

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