I've found it as follows: 1 In the fallout shelter in Sanctuary 2 In the Museum in Concord 3 In the speakeasy in Concord 4 In the sewer in Concord 5 At the military outpost 6 At the delivery service location I don't know if it's random, but that's where I've found it. This Resource Exactor requires electricity to be powered so make sure you have a Generator linked to it. Maybe check on it from time to time. Clickbait or extremely vaguely-titled posts will be removed. Fertilizer Type Crafting Material Weight 0. I get fertilizer all the time. Discover all hidden storylines and some of the coolest, undocumented quests.
I'm not sure if you have to build their feed trough, or if maybe it increases the rate kind of like how scavenging stations increase the junk rate of a settler, but I always build one in a settlement after a Brahmin shows up. Hm whenever i return to the lab station every now and then to check what stuff i can turn into some extra exp, there is also some jet available to produce, even if i never picked up any fertilizer. And as far as fertilizer goes, I usually just swing around to all the junk merchants I can find. Ballistic Fiber Ballistic Fiber in Fallout 76 is required to repair all armor past level 20. Maybe your settlers are huffing it. There is an option to make fertilizer from spoiled vegetables, fruits, and meat Fiber Optics Fiber Optics is needed in Fallout 76 for some weapon mods. You can only get access to the military side if you have finished or on the action quest in the area.
Always follow when sharing your own content. As a bonus, you'll receive proven builds, weapon modification tips, and building settlement strategies! Don't forget to collect your adhesives, turpentine and other items as well. I think Greene at Greygarden sells shipments; I think Connie Abernathy has it sometimes too and Myrna in Diamond City has stocks of it; its relatively cheap with grape mentants and +cha gear I think a shipment of 25 gets down to maybe 500 caps roughly. The fertilizer i use mainly to make jet Yeah, true. My settlements with Brahmin definitely collect a lot more fertilizer than the ones that lack them. Originally posted by :feeding troughs with Brahmin does indeed generate fertilizer at a given settlement; albeit quite slow for the amount you probably require. There are also some Office Desk Fans for Gear and Screw as well.
That said i never really bothered to get bramin. You can always try to purchase fertilizer from merchants though. Black Titanium Black Titanium is used in Fallout 76 for crafting Excavator Power armor which you can find in Garrahan Mining Headquarters at Level 25 or above by doing a quest. Cork, silver and steel spring to mind — not to mention ultracite. Always follow when sharing your own content.
I think just the presence of the Brahmin in the settlement is enough. See the rules below for more information. This will automatically be salvaged from any of the below items you possess, when , if you don't already have enough in your storage or on your person. You can get wood scraps by scrapping fallen wood logs out in the world or gather from wood piles near settlements. Press the tag for search button to get Resources to show up with a magnifying class in the world.
The fertilizer i use mainly to make jet Originally posted by :You don't. In my experience, they just show up sometimes. You do need to assign a settler to them each settler can care for 6 units worth of crops. Brahmin create fertilizer which enhances crop production. These deposits tend to yield a ton of Black Titanium along with other ore scraps. You do need to assign a settler to them each settler can care for 6 units worth of crops. Is it possible to have more than one? You can find these by scrapping Mole Miner suits from Mole Miners in the Ash Heap region i.
Originally posted by :You don't. Abernathy farm has a brahmin there by default. More than 1 in 10 of your posts or comments being self-promotional is spamming. Acid Acid is needed in Fallout 76 for making Gunpowder, Fertilizer, and metal scraps using the Chemistry workbench. After a while it becomes useless because at some point you will have tagged most resources …. It is found exclusively in Bags of Cement.
Become a Fallout 4 guru and get to know the game inside out with these Fallout 4 Guides here. All posts and comments in end, come down to moderator discretion. Originally posted by :Fertilizer does play another role. All the settlements that I've put any effort into each only have one brahmin. Lots of settlement with Brahmin connected via supply lines should really produce a ton. It is broken down from source and then combined with other to produce , which is then applied to to improve and customize.
Plants just grow without having to do anything more than plant them. Sorry I don't have a better answer. It is a bit spread out so you will have to really look for those duct tapes and ammo bags. I'm not sure what actually brings the Brahmin to town though. Most sell bags of fertilizer for pretty cheap. You have a couple of options. Rumors, leaks, announcements, fan art, and everything in between are allowed, as long as it's directly related to Fallout 4.