Mushroom patch

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Mushrooms are a type of Farming patch requiring a single spore to plant, starting at level 53. There are two mushrooms patches, one in Canifis and one in Tirannwn. Completion of the medium set of Tirannwn achievements is required to use the Tirannwn patch. After completing the medium set of Morytania achievements the Canifis mushroom patch will no longer get diseased. After completion of the elite set of Morytania achievements, the harvest from mushroom patches is doubled.

Players with level 81 Archaeology can activate the Pharm Ecology relic power at the mysterious monolith to prevent all mushroom patches from becoming diseased.

All mushrooms take 240 minutes to grow, in six 40 minute growth cycles.

Locations[edit | edit source]

Type Location Gardener Closest teleport Image
Mushroom[1] West of Canifis None
Mushroom[2] South-west of Tirannwn lodestone, Isafdar None
  1. ^ Disease-free after completion of the Medium Morytania achievements.
  2. ^ Requires completion of the Medium Tirannwn achievements.

Crops[edit | edit source]

Farming level Seed Produce
53 Bittercap mushroom spore 5.png
Bittercap mushroom spore
Bittercap mushroom.png
Bittercap mushrooms
74 Morchella mushroom spore 5.png
Morchella mushroom spore
Morchella mushroom.png
Morchella mushrooms
103 Stinkshroom spore 5.png
Stinkshroom spore
109 Tombshroom spore 5.png
Tombshroom spore

Update history[edit | edit source]

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  • patch 3 December 2018 (Update):
    • The revive option on Isafdar's mushroom patch now works as expected.
  • hotfix 20 February 2017 (Update):
    • Harvesting a morchella mushroom patch with the Farming skillcape perk no longer switches the patch to bittercap mushrooms.
  • patch 1 November 2014 (Update):
    • A farming icon has been added to the world and minimap for the Canifis mushroom patch.