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Remote Farm
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Release date 4 April 2011 (Update)
Members? Yes
Level 78
Spellbook Lunar
Type Skilling
Experience 79
Runes 3Nature rune2Astral rune2Earth rune
Quest Lunar Diplomacy
Remote Farm
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Remote Farming Interface

A list of farming patch statuses

Remote Farm is a Lunar spell released with Livid Farm on the 4 April 2011. The spell must first be unlocked while training at the Livid Farm by accumulating 150,000 produce points. It allows the status of every single farm patch in RuneScape to be viewed and, if a patch is diseased, grants the option to cure all patches in one cast. Remote Farm can be cast within some minigames or Distractions and Diversions, such as Stealing Creation or Fish Flingers. Curing a patch will generate a stack of Leaves.

A farming cycle tick happens every 500 game ticks (approximately 5 minutes), which is when crops are updated with their new stats. However, these ticks don't occur if you have an interface open (for example, the Remote Farming window or a bank window) and are delayed until the interface is closed. Thus, Remote Farm won't give live information even if crops update, so there is no point in leaving the window open to watch your crops. However, you can update the information if a farming tick occurs by closing the interface and casting the spell again.

InputCost
2Astral rune2Earth rune3Nature rune1,904
Combo runes
2Astral rune3Nature rune2Dust rune2,850
2Astral rune3Nature rune2Mud rune3,354
2Astral rune3Nature rune2Lava rune3,372
Staves
2Astral rune3Nature runeMud battlestaff1,864
2Astral rune3Nature runeStaff of earth1,864
2Astral rune3Nature runeLava battlestaff1,864

TriviaEdit

  • The Old School Runescape equivalent of Remote Farm is known as Geomancy.

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