How to Find Farmable Dirt Tiles in Fallout 76?

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At this late stage in the game’s lifespan, many players focus on aesthetics when building a C.A.M.P. in Fallout 76. Here is how to find farmable dirt tiles in Fallout 76 to create the homestead look.

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Where to Find Farmable Dirt Tiles in Fallout 76?

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You can find farmable dirt tiles in Fallout 76 in one of two places: Samuel in Foundation or Minerva. These two vendors are the only two in the wasteland to sell farmable dirt tile plans, but they’ll cost you. Samuel will sell them for 500 Gold Bullion, which is no small price. As for Minerva, her stock and prices vary.

When you purchase the plans, you will receive five unlocks across three categories:

  • Wooden Foundations
  • Dirt Foundations
  • Dirt Floors

You will receive two garden foundations and three garden floors of varying types. However, once you unlock and learn the plans, they are yours on that character forever. You can then build and place the tiles in your C.A.M.P. at any point you want.

Related: Best Wood Farming Strategy in Fallout 76

How to Find Plans in Fallout 76?

You will need all manner of crafting and construction plans in Fallout 76 to build almost anything in the game. From early-game armor to a bedroll to the food that sustains you as you travel through the Savage Divide in search of high-tier weapons, it all stems from plans.

To acquire plans in Fallout 76, you can earn them as rewards for completing quests and events, purchasing them from vendors, or finding them in containers scattered throughout Appalachia.

Alongside farmable dirt tiles, you might want to learn where to find cranberries in Fallout 76. There’s so much to see and do across Appalachia, and Gamer Journalist is here to help you discover the most challenging content and beat it!

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