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zucchini apple bread - does extra ep drop when zab runs out?

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  1. Growalot

    Growalot Forum Expert

    Hi, I'm currently using a zucchini apple bread with not much time remaining. I have already planted my crops and they have the extra ep attached. Does this ep convert back to normal when the zab runs out? Do I need to use another zab as soon as this current one has run out, or can I wait until I plant new crops? Thanks.
  2. teddy.bear

    teddy.bear Team Leader Team Farmerama EN

    Hello Growalot :)

    The Zucchini Apple Bread is affecting your harvest and increasing the EP only while it is running - it has to be activate when harvesting your crops, otherwise you will get the normal EP amount. As a general rule, the buffs that affect the growing time need to be activated before planting the crops, but the ones affecting the amount of crops harvested (like Carrot apple chutney) or the EP gathered (like the Zucchini Apple Bread) have to be activated before harvesting only, to maximise their duration. Therefore, you would need to use another ZAB if you want to get more EP from your current harvest when this effect runs out. I hope this helps.

    Is there anything else we can assist you with?
    Best regards,
  3. Growalot

    Growalot Forum Expert

    Thanks teddy.bear. I understand completely now.

    You can close this thread.
  4. Intrepideur

    Intrepideur Forum Freak

    On behalf of teddy.bear you're very welcome.

    Answer found, closing thread.
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