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Giant crop rotted not recycle self in 7 days, it is bug?

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sunny91    48

As the title says, I had giants, that rotted and did not reset even in 7-8 days after rotting, and not turn to sprout. Are they not supposed to?

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SecretPizzaMan    1255
1 minute ago, sunny91 said:

As the title says, I had giants, that rotted and did not reset even in 7-8 days after rotting, and not turn to sprout. Are they not supposed to?

Could you show a screenshot?

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sunny91    48

I could not, I harvested rot. Imagine 3 rows of giant crops, 1 for pumpkin, 1 for potato and 1 for corn, all rotted 8 plants each row. I waited for 7-8 days for it to re-sprout but nothing happened.

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sunny91    48

I start to think so too. A piece of info wiki should have, can anyone confirm is it really true?

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Bumber64    347
if inst.is_oversized then
	-- oversized plants will not self-sow after rotting
	inst.components.growable:StopGrowing()
else
	-- normal sized plants will self-sow after rotting, but the new plant will never be achieve oversized veggies
	inst.no_oversized = true
	inst._grow_from_rotten = true -- this is not saved so be careful if you want to use it
end

Yep. It's noted right there in the code.

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SinancoTheBest    6304

Giant rotten crops don't replant themselves, you have to harvest each and kill the two fruitflies spawned by them. Thus it's one of the worst experiences ever to have a full garden full of giant crops that have rotten.

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Keller Max    415
45 minutes ago, SinancoTheBest said:

Giant rotten crops don't replant themselves, you have to harvest each and kill the two fruitflies spawned by them. Thus it's one of the worst experiences ever to have a full garden full of giant crops that have rotten.

I just burn the field in that case

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SinancoTheBest    6304
1 hour ago, Keller Max said:

I just burn the field in that case

Uu does that prevent fruit flies from spawning? Now that's a hugr life pro tip

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Keller Max    415
1 minute ago, SinancoTheBest said:

Uu does that prevent fruit flies from spawning? Now that's a hugr life pro tip

They do spawn, but only as ashes :devilish:

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