Redberry bush

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The Redberry bush is a plant grown with the Farming skill. Level 10 farmers may plant 1 redberry seed in a Bush patch that has been treated with compost. Compost or Super Compost may be added prior to planting, and once planted (using a seed dibber), the nearby farmer may be paid to watch over your allotment. Payment is 4 sacks of cabbages and optionally may be noted to save you space.

Planting the Redberry seeds gives 11.5 farming experience. If the farmer does not watch the patch, then disease in the patch may be removed using Plant cure, or using the Cure plant spell in the Lunar spellbook with level 66 Magic and completion of Lunar Diplomacy (albeit more expensive, this can save inventory space when doing farm runs). However, if left alone, the diseased allotment will die.

Each berry, when picked, gives 4.5 farming experience. Checking the plant gives 64 farming experience. The berries can regrow once all are picked from the plant.

Farming info[edit | edit source]

Redberry Bush
Level required Farming 10
Patch Bush
Seeds per 1
Payment 4 sacks of cabbages
Growth time 100 min (5x20 min)
Yield 4+ (varies)
Regrow Yes
Navigation
Seed Redberry seed 5.pngRedberry seed
Plant Redberry Bush(plant)
Crop Redberries.pngRedberries
Experience
Planting XP 11.5 xp
Checking XP 64 xp
Harvesting XP 4.5 xp
Item Quantity Rarity Price High Alch
Redberries.png: Redberry bush drops Redberries with rarity Always in quantity 1Redberries1Always[d 1]361
Leaves.png: Redberry bush drops Leaves with rarity Always in quantity 1Leaves1Always[d 2][d 3]Not sold0
  1. Only dropped by Grown versions.
  2. Requires pruning with (magic) secateurs to cure disease.
  3. Only dropped by Diseased versions.

Growth stages[edit | edit source]

StageImageDiseasedDead
1Redberry bush (stage 1).pngN/AN/A
2Redberry bush (stage 2).pngDiseased redberry bush (stage 2).pngDead redberry bush (stage 2).png
3Redberry bush (stage 3).pngDiseased redberry bush (stage 3).pngDead redberry bush (stage 3).png
4Redberry bush (stage 4).pngDiseased redberry bush (stage 4).pngDead redberry bush (stage 4).png
5Redberry bush (stage 5).pngN/AN/A
6Redberry bush (grown).pngN/AN/A