LIME fill up and drop off | Farming Simulator 22 Easy Guide

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LIME fill up and drop off | Farming Simulator 22 Easy Guide
Yes, it’s LIME TIME – Every Field in Farming Simulator 22 will need some LIME. This video deals with buying the appropriate tool LOADING the LIME and fertilising with LIME a field to help crops grow.
For liming, you need a special machine in the fertilizer spreaders section with a white lump icon next to it. It is she who indicates that you can load lime here. Once equipped, buy BigBags or pallets of lime and move towards the field that needs this mineral
Take on the role of a modern farmer and creatively build your farm in three diverse American and European environments. Farming Simulator 22 offers a huge variety of farming operations focusing on agriculture, animal husbandry and forestry – now with the exciting addition of seasonal cycles!

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Even run your farm cooperatively in multiplayer and extend the game by a multitude of free community-created modifications. Farming Simulator 22 offers more player freedom than ever before and challenges you to become a successful farmer – so start farming and let the good times grow!
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—⏱️Timestamps⏱️—
00:00 introduction to Lime
01:00 Where to buy lime and Fertiliser
02:00 how to load lime and fertilizer
04:30 How to unload Lime and Fertiliser in Farming Simulator 22

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  1. What if I have normal fertiliser loaded already in the trailer (let’s say 15% full). I can’t load lime? I’m guessing it’s cos there’s a diff fertiliser already in the spreader. How can I empty it

  2. Please help me, I'm so confused and the game is stupid. I load a full trailer of lime from the lime station. but I can't get the lime from the trailer to fertilizer spreader!!!! This is really stupid and you can't put the lime in your silo as a transfer station. in FS19 there's a mill machine that allows you to do such things. So basically. my lime in the trailer can never be used? I had 70 hours in FS19 and i thought I knew something…

  3. finally someone taking the time to slowly and properly explain how to do things that should be EASY! I spent an hour trying to fill my Amazone fertilzer with lime, it would not fill, I finally just turned lime off. I want to play realistic, so lime is on, which is IRL stuff, but again, simple stuff is SO damn hard in this game. ugghhh

    If I'm using equipment that won't do it, fine, but make a catagory for lime spreaders or something, I didn't see it

  4. That method would be awesome if you only have a few fields, but as your farm grows, then having to travel to the shop for more and more lime, that would take a lot of time. It would have been better if they had a container, like what they have for seeds, fertilizer and mineral feed that you could put randomly near fields. It's a shame that they left out that. I've got lime turned off on my farm.

  5. Lime can be purchased loose next to field 57, you say key i but what's that on a ps4 controller 🤔 also can you store seeds or lime in silo or some sort of storage facility on my farm?

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