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We need a method to fertilize pincha plants and mushrooms. A method like the fertilizer synthesizer for sleet wheat grain will be very helpful.

Maybe one like this:

Polluted Water -> Phosporite Extractor

Phosporite Extractor will take in 300g/s and give 200g/s Phosporite and 100g/s slime.

This will be a great way to synthesis both Phosporite and slime, as slime tends to run off in the later parts of the game.

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8 hours ago, ArunPrasath said:

We need a method to fertilize pincha plants and mushrooms. A method like the fertilizer synthesizer for sleet wheat grain will be very helpful.

Maybe one like this:

Polluted Water -> Phosporite Extractor

Phosporite Extractor will take in 300g/s and give 200g/s Phosporite and 100g/s slime.

This will be a great way to synthesis both Phosporite and slime, as slime tends to run off in the later parts of the game.

When you not destroy the natural grown plants, you have enough and don't need any phosphorite..

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I too would like to be able to produce phosphite.  Currently, I avoid destroying wild pincha pepper plants.  For every 2 pinchapepper plants you have, you can produce 1000 kcal of pepper bread per cycle (on average).

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Phosphorite contains the Apatite mineral group which is mined for most agricultural phosphorus, it's formula is Ca5(PO4)3

It is then treated with Sulfuric acid to create our modern fertilizers (in fact this is the single largest industrial use of Sulfuric acid).  This implies that the conventional 'fertilizer' from compost piles and fertilizer synthesizer might contain phosphorus and that it might be possible to purify it into Phosphorite by driving off sulfur.

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