Note that this item, much like the other tiller farm-tools, may be "left at the farm". That is,
. Once destroyed, you will see the tools on the ground again, ready to be picked up the next day! Don't let it eat up your bagspace!
Confirmed. I deleted the bug sprayer, the watering can and the shovel from my pack after I finished the quests. The items re-appeared on the groun din their original spots :)
You can use this on your infested crops to make them better!
You pick this item up off the ground, located to the right of you garden, at the bottom of the stairs (left side of stairs).
You can delete it from your inventory, along with the shovel and water can, and it will appear in the same spot.
The other two tilling tools are:
This item can be deleted from your bags after buying ( and doing a short quest ) the "thunderking" pest repellers from gina the tillers quartermaster - need to have repaired the wooden wagon in the farm once you get to revered.
The items for the crops are all to the right of the soil next to the stairs...
I retrofitted an old macro from elsewhere on this site (for dropping extra AQ mounts) for easily deleting all three temporary farm tools from your inventory at once. I've been using it for a while now without any issues, but feel free to double-check the item IDs listed if you're worried about it:
/run for b=0,4 do for s=1,GetContainerNumSlots(b) do local i = GetContainerItemID(b,s) if i==79104 or i==80513 or i==89880 then PickupContainerItem(b,s) DeleteCursorItem() end end end
You don't have to select the plant to use the bug sprayer, you just need to point yourself in the general direction of the plant.
As players progress in rep with , players will be able to purchase three farm "upgrade" items from which will unlock at each rep tier above Friendly. The first upgrade you can get is at Honored, then at Revered, and finally, at Exalted. The first two replace, respectively, and with one-click equivalents that are simply in place on the farm which a player can activate. This is very handy as it saves some bag space and time, enabling you to exterminate pests in and water multiple farm plots at a time. The last upgrade is simply a time-saver as far as "tilling" before you plant crops; there does not appear to be any replacement for .
I am the impatient kind, so I don't like waiting until the next day for quests that say harvest X <insert veggie here>. Since you can just plant, tend, dig up your veggie until you get a Bursting veggie, that is the strategy I tend to take. To that end, I have made a macro that I hope will help someone else. You can also use this for daily planting, etc.
TLDR; Just copy the first macro. Copy second macro if you want to bind the first macro to a mouse button and run it once to bind it to all your characters (assuming you are not using character specific keybinds). Put seeds in action bar 5, button 1. Click your way to Bursting goodness. Come back here and read the wall of text if you have problems using it.
NOTE 1: You need to have the watering can, bug sprayer, and shovel in your inventory for these to work. While you can just use your irrigation and bug zappers, I am lazy and just like to mindlessly click 2 buttons without moving my mouse. If you want to save the bag space, you can pick them up every time at your farm, then delete them from your bags after your done.
NOTE 2: I do NOT claim that this will give you better chances at getting a Bursting veggie - I have gotten a Bursting on my 3rd plant, and also planted over 150 to get one. RNG is still RNG. However, this will allow you to quickly go through the planting, tending, digging process. You'll have to decide whether the time invested is worth it to you for each quest. Personally, I'm too lazy to do this for the daily rep (8 harvests), but I do this for all the quests to expand my farm.
NOTE 3: This works by being closest to the object you're attempting to affect and working on a priority of planting, spraying, watering, then digging. That being said, I have on a number of occasions, dug up the wrong plant by lazily spam clicking when the plant I was trying to dig up wasn't ready. To limit this, I find it easiest to use this on the corner of a plot, just barely in range to be able to till the soil (I use the corner next to Joon and stand on the hay). This puts you out of range of the other plants, but in range of the affected plant.
NOTE 4: This macro assumes that you reserve one action slot (action bar 5, button 1) to put the seeds in so you can quickly change the type of veggie you are planting. If you don't want to do that, each time you plant you can change the "/click" line to "/use <insert seeds here>".
NOTE 5: Did I mention I'm lazy? This macro is an enabler. Name it "Tillers" if you plan on using the binding macro below.
Tillers Macro of Awesome-ness:
And, because I'm really, REALLY lazy - here's a macro to bind it to my mouse button 5 so I can right-click to till and tend, and use mouse button 5 for everything else. You can bind to wherever you want, mouse button 5 works for me. You only need to run this once to bind it to all your characters, assuming you are not using character specific keybinds. If you want to unbind it, you would edit the second argument to be empty (just two double quotations).
To bind (Make sure the previous macro is named "Tillers"):
/run SetBinding("BUTTON5","MACRO Tillers") SaveBindings(1)
To unbind (just in case):
/run SetBinding("BUTTON5","") SaveBindings(1)
The you go, happy clicking! Time for me to lazily sign off.
Wowhead's Guide to the Tillers
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