Ha ha ha ha! Sunflower Meadows is not one of the Normal 35 farms; it is one of two (2) proposed Expansion farms. The expansion farm idea was later dropped, in 2013, before the 2nd expansion farm, Lavender Meadows, was released!
Expansion farms were farms that were going to be linked to the home farm via the Storage Cellar! The farms would share the same storage cellar space and you could transfer items from 1 farm to the other farm simply by placing the item into the storage cellar on one farm and pulling it out of the storage cellar on the other farm, this was their way of adding more farm land to the main farm that the expansion farm was linked to because FLASH limitations does not allow for the farms to be expanded beyond 60x60 without complications.
Expansion farms did not have any quests tied to them and were expandable like the main farm as well.
This also does not count the three (3) mini-farms that, have no quests tied to them, were not expandable and had limited use to a degree.
In 2015, FarmVille changed from the L shaped farm expansion system [[12x12]] through [[60x60]] to a Square shaped farm expansion system [[9x9]] with expansion that could not be used until after a certain date while completing certain tasks or you could use cash to purchase them quicker while others were strictly accessible with only cash
Actually, I was mistaken - there are 35 normal farms in total. Normal means you can plant any seed, place any building and decoration, etc ... on the farm unless they are farm specific items then those items can only be used on the specific farm indicated in the market.
This template shows all of the current farms
CreeperLava - FarmVille is the original game that started back in June 2009; they have just added 33, expansion, farms since the game has been originally released. FarmVille is still going strong with many players. I do not know the numbers, but it is in no danger of shutting down anytime soon, from the last reports we have heard.
When you purchase a Shipping license it should automatically activate (you should get a pop-up or some sort stating you have it now or saying is is now active) - if not then it will be in your Gift Box and you will have to click on it to activate it.
Once it is activated, you can place items into storage (Storage Cellar) on that farm and then go to any other farm or Home Farm that you have a shipping license and you can click on your Storage Cellar and then click on the list of farms that you have a license and pull items out onto your main farm from the other farms storage cellar.
You can NOT place items that are LOCKED to one farm onto any other farm than what it is locked to.
The Bushel report just shows you the estimated (almost accurate) amount of bushels you will get when you harvest the crop.
When you harvest do actually harvest your crop you will get a harvest report that will show you exactly how many bushels you did get and those will be available to you in your storage, seen when you click on your Market Stall. The Crafting Silo holds specific bushels, where as the Market stall holds ALL of the other bushels.
The amount of Bushels you will receive, depends on if you use normal plots or Super plots and if you use regular Fertilize All or Super Fertilizer or any combination of the two types of plots/fertilizers.
They give normal bushels - they are now a normal crop
Quests are those icons on the left side of the screen that give you goals - Craft this item Harvest those items or grow these crops, etc. ...
I am guessing that the "boxes" you are referring to are "Orchards" and "Groves"? - but yeah they make the "farmhands" and "arborists" useless but they make a you need the "farmworker" and the "Orchard Harvester" vehicle so that you do not have to click on each individual building when you have 50 or so of them on a farm
Whoah -- for the Craftshop, I do not think you can use 'alternative' crops for crafting, I think they are crop specific.
The alternative crops are for Quest turn-ins.
The longer answer is that it depends on if it is considered and ALTERNATIVE crop - if not then NO
One of the resources that we use for finding out if one crop is an alternative for another is to go to The Dirt Farmer's Cop Alternative site:
If you mouse-over or click the word "unlock" the game will tell you what you you have to accomplish before that crop is unlocked
If it is a Musical note crop -- it will tell you what the previous musical note crop needs to be mastered before it, same with the Space themed crops as well as the other specific themed crops.
It is meant to be harvested every day. If you miss a day in harvesting then you lose that days farm cash and thus you will gain less than the "3x what you paid for it" return on your investment.
The images you see in the category, shown in your image above, are picked by the wiki to be used based on several factors including the size of the image. Those images may be the voting screen images if they are on the page for the particular bloom. If there are more than 1 image shown on the page then the wiki will choose one based on many factors to be used for the Category image, so you can not go by the category image. You need to go to the page itself to make sure the correct image is in the correct location for the particular blooms.
Do not fear the Categories - If you know the correct category then use it, if you do not know the correct category then do not add one until you do. That warning message was just saying do not place random categories to the page and was giving you some of the main categories that are used.
The main templates will now automatically add the main categories to the page.
P.S. there is a Category:Bloom Garden
P.P.S. We all play the same version of the game, except in special country restriction conditions.
You must first purchase Farm Cash by one of the following ways:
After you have farm cash in your account you can then purchase items in-game.
You can then scroll up / down the list to pick the item you want and press enter on that item
If you press the " Enter " / " Return " keys without scrolling up / down then the search engine will look at ALL pages for the text that you have entered, thus the useless pages that you have seen on the search page.
I think you misread the the pop-up, a little.
It was just saying to only put factual information, that is known from the game not any "I think" type information.
It also mentioned using the correct page type set-up link that is in the upper portion of the page creation screen, in this case it would be the "Tree" link -- those links add the preliminary sections and infoboxes to the pages and then you fill in the known information.
Please, feel free to make the page!!!!!
P.S. This is a wiki, so anyone can add, edit or delete information as they want (so long as it has been done so in the game as well -- adding false information or deleting vital information could result in a ban -- but not making a new page from scratch)
I am sorry to hear that you have stopped playing FarmVille -- but at the time you had originally posted this thread -- Zynga/FarmVille had it set up so that if you did not access a farm within a specific time after the farm was released ( I think it was 3 months or so - but do not quote me on that ) then you could not access that farm until they added new quests such as "Return to Enchanted Glen" in this case.
In October of 2013, Zynga changed something on their servers and you should now be able to access all farms, even the ones you do not care about and if I am correct then no farm access will "expire" after any amount of time.