GUIDE TO OLIVES – Farming Simulator 22


This will teach you everything you need to know to grow and sell olives in Farming Simulator 22.

00:00 – Intro
0:57 – Planting Olives
2:06 – Mulching Olives
3:36 – Cultivating Olives
4:28 – Fertilizing Olives
6:00 – Harvesting Olives
7:58 – Selling Olives
9:07 – Outro

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  1. Great video as always man. Funny thing. I noticed when I'm mulching, I do a better job of getting more of the grass/weeds if I go in reverse. Possibly be I can see better while using to "outside" view. I don't know, though I'd just add it to your comments. 🤷‍♂️😄

  2. How close do you have to get underneath those trees? You cut all the footage of you going in between the rows. Do you just go down the middle once or do you hug the side of each row which effectively requires you to go down each row twice to hug each side?

  3. As far as turning seasons planting option off… all crops still take the same amount of days to grow, when set to 1 day per month. The only difference is there's no longer a restriction to when any specific crop can be planted, and crops will grow through winter, since seasons just becomes a scenery change basically. For anyone interested, crop growth times (plant to harvest) are all as follows:

    2 days – Grass
    4 days – Oats, Sorghum and Olives
    5 days – Potatoes, Grapes.
    6 days – Barley, Corn and Soybeans.
    7 days – Wheat, sunflower and sugar beats/sugar cane.
    8 days – Canola and Cotton.
    13 days – Poplar trees.

  4. proper tip: if you make room for a normal tracktor between every 5 or 6 rows, then you can use a normal sprayer for fertilizer and herbicide, and just spray "above" the plants..


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