Farming is the profession of growing crops and managing livestock. To get started, you’re going to need a fence. Fences can be rented for contribution points from certain NPCs. To find the NPCs from which you can obtain a fence, click the magnifying glass icon near the mini map at the top right of the screen and search for “fence”. It will even show you what size of fencing they have to offer. It is important to know that you can obtain any amount of fences you want, but you must place each fence before getting the next (because the npc will just try to take back the fence already in your possession if you do not).
Once you plot out your farming area open up the farming menu on your new farm and place your seeds. (note that plants too closely cluttered can slow growth). Every fence has only a limited number of crop fields it can support at the same time – independent of how many fields it has in total. This is depicted by the “Garden Usage” number as shown on the right (hit ‘R’ after placing the fence to bring the crop management level up).Growth conditions define the speed and yield of your farming process
The temperature level must be appropriate for the crop you want to grow. The little red arrow above the Temperature bar indicates the current temperature while the little yellow arrow below is a slider you can move. This does NOT change the growth condition but allows you to see how the crop growth speed would change if the temperature was different. Based on that you might decide to move your fence or plant this crop somewhere else. The number on the right indicates the growth rate every 5 minutes.
Silver Farming with AP 200 ( Price each Billion )