Roots of Pacha is an indie video game developed by Soda Den, which is set in the Stone Age. In this guide, we will take you through how to harvest honey from the Roots Of Pacha beehives.
The farming and life simulation game immerses players in a prehistoric world, where they can cultivate various crops. It allows up to four players to play online together.
Let’s find out how you can harvest honey from the Roots Of Pacha beehives.
How to harvest honey from the beehives in Roots Of Pacha
If you want to harvest honey in Roots of Pacha, the process is relatively simple. All you need to do is place down a Beehive near your Crops and wait a few days. As each day passes, starting from the second or third day, you should see the beehive fill up more and more with honey. After 5-6 days, you will notice an exclamation mark, which means that you can harvest the honey.
One of the great things about Roots of Pacha is that Beehives can be placed anywhere, as long as they are near crops. If you place a Beehive near crops that are a good fit for the honey, you will get better quality honey. Additionally, the placement of the beehive near crops can speed up their time in producing honey for harvest.
It is important to keep in mind that not all crops are suitable for the beehive. For example, crops like carrots won’t benefit the beehive at all. However, strawberries and crops that blossom with flowers before their fruit or vegetable are the plants that bees will benefit from the most. Anything else will still produce honey, but it will take longer and the honey will be basic wild honey.