How Morchella Mushrooms can Earn you Lots of Runescape Gold
Morchella Mushroom has several uses making them an item sought out by other RSgold hunters. In today’s guide we will show you how to earn cheap RS gold from them. You will need to buy RS gold to start, but in a short time you will get a lot of gold4rs.
Investing Runescape gold to get more RS gold
For this method of getting Runescape gold, your character will need to have level 74 in the Farming skill. You will also need to have access to Mushroom patches in the game. Growing the mushrooms also require Morchella Mushroom Spore as well as Supercompost. This will need gold so you may have to buy Runescape gold. Other requirements include finishing the Fairy Tale II – Cure Queen quest, as well as finishing Medium Tirannwn and Morytania Tasks.
How your Runescape gold hunter will get RS gold
Growing your mushrooms requires Mushroom patches. One can be found to the west of Canifis. The best way to get there is to use a Fairy Ring (CKS). This will put you just a few steps from the Mushroom patch. Next simply harvest the Morchella Mushrooms and plant a fresh batch of spores.
For the second patch, use the Tirannwn lodestone. Next, head west through a dense forest. When you leave the canopies, turn south and head for the Isafdar Mushroom patch. Like before, harvest the mushrooms there. Make sure to use Supercompost on the patch before you plant your spores. Note that the mushrooms take around 240 minutes to grow. Afterwards, head back to bank and store them or sell them on the RS3 Grand Exchange.
Making more Runescape gold for your RS gold hunter
As mentioned above, completing the tasks for Morytania and Isafdar are needed for this method. Each Morchella Mushroom sells for 4,495 coins, as such you’ll want to harvest as much as you can per batch. The medium Morytania tasks cause the connected Mushroom patch to be immune to disease, ensuring you that you’ll get your grown mushrooms. If you can complete the elite tasks however, then you will get double the amount of mushrooms. This means 18 mushrooms instead of the usual 9.