|Released||6 June 2005 (Update)|
|Examine||This watering can is empty.|
|High alch||4 coins|
|Low alch||3 coins|
|Exchange||151 coins (info)|
Watering allotment, flower, and hops patches with a watering can reduces the risk of disease occurring at the end of that growth cycle by varying amounts. During the next growth cycle, the plant moves from being watered back to normal and becomes at higher risk for disease once more, unless it is watered again. Only allotment, flower, and hops patches may be watered.
They are also required to grow saplings, which are tree seeds in a plant pot.
Watered seedlings can also grow into saplings in the bank, but not on the ground after being dropped.
Players can withdraw unlimited amounts of watering cans from the Tool store 5.
Filled watering cans are untradeable and as such cannot be withdrawn as notes.
Trying to use a watering can on a patch that doesn't require watering (such as a tree patch), the player receives the message: "This patch doesn't need watering."
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- Jagex. Mod Ash's Twitter account. 16 December 2019. (Archived from the original on 16 December 2019.) Mod Ash: "It just reduces it." "There isn't a formula as far as I know - the dev who made the skill just set different numbers. And I'm afraid the nature of how he encoded his data makes it rather hard to go look them all up on request."