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Regular and Enchanted Soil

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Survivor
Jul 21, 2009
39
I've been gardening for a little while now and i've always wondered if enchanted soil somehow made your plants grow faster even though some dont require you using enchanted soil. Should i continue to use it even though the plants i normally garden dont require it?

Wolf LifeShard

Archon
Sep 17, 2012
4113
IslandKid55 on Jan 29, 2014 wrote:
I've been gardening for a little while now and i've always wondered if enchanted soil somehow made your plants grow faster even though some dont require you using enchanted soil. Should i continue to use it even though the plants i normally garden dont require it?

Wolf LifeShard
You only need it for plants that require it, it doesn't do anything for regular plants. I wouldn't dig up the plots you have, but if your plants don't need it, there's no point in using the extra energy in making new ones.

Illuminator
May 22, 2009
1309
I use enchanted soil for all my plants just in case I change the type of plants grown. You can plant seeds that require regular soil in enchanted soil, but you cannot put seeds that need enchanted soil in regular soil. Using enchanted soil will save the time and energy it takes to plow up the regular plots when I go from needing regular soil to enchanted.

Defender
Jan 01, 2009
127
It doesn't speed up growing, but if you change plants sometimes in the same garden. They will all grow in enchanted soil. But not the other way around. I have gardens of emps and king parsley. Good luck.