Palworld how to get and use Lettuce Seeds and Lettuce Plantation – Lettuce seeds locations

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Looking for how to get Lettuce in Palworld? There are plenty of crops you’re able to grow on your farm with the help of your Pals, but Lettuce can be a bit difficult if you don’t know where to start.

Palworld lets you explore and craft your way through a world filled with Pals, special creatures with tons of abilities. Whether you need the best Pals for mining, or the best Pals to keep on your base, any Pal you catch is able to help you out, and that includes farming. Farming is a rewarding experience, but only if you know where to find all the materials. How do you get Lettuce? We’re here to show you.

How to get Lettuce Seeds in Palworld

There are two ways you can get Lettuce Seeds in Palworld, which is required for growing Lettuce on your farm:

  • Killing or Catching Pals that drop them
  • Purchasing them from merchants

Either one of these methods will get you Lettuce Seeds in your inventory.

Pals that drop Lettuce Seeds

Here are all the Pals that can drop Lettuce Seeds:

  • Cinnamoth
  • Bristla
  • Broncherry Aqua
  • Wumpo Botan

You can either choose to attack these Pals and kill them to get the Lettuce Seeds, or you can catch them and get the seeds. It’s up to you.

Cinnamoth is the easiest to take down and catch, so we recommend going after this Pal, especially instead of more powerful ones like Broncherry Aqua.

The Paldeck entry for Cinnamoth in Palworld
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Putting them to work

For a Lettuce Plantation to work properly, which is the farm you need to grow Lettuce on, you have to use Pals with the Watering, Planting, and Gathering work suitabilities. Each of the Pals that drop Lettuce Seeds can do at least one of these jobs. It’s in your best interest to catch them rather than kill them.

Merchants that sell Lettuce Seeds

If you don’t want to track down the Pals that drop the seeds, you can also purchase Lettuce Seeds or Lettuce itself from one of the Wandering Merchants at Fisherman’s Point. He is found on the Southeast side of the area.

It costs 150 Gold for the Lettuce and 200 Gold for the Lettuce Seeds.

How to get a Lettuce Plantation in Palworld

Once you have the seeds, you can grow Lettuce in a Lettuce Plantation. The Lettuce Plantation can be unlocked at level 38, and is made using the following materials:

  • 10 Pal Fluids
  • 3 Lettuce Seeds
  • 100 Wood
  • 70 Stone

You can place it anywhere on your base and use the Lettuce Seeds in it. For them to grow properly, you’ll need to make use of Pals with the following work suitabilities: Planting, Gathering, and Watering. You’ll need at least one Pal for each suitability.

Once the plantation is all setup, you’ll begin to grow Lettuce. The Lettuce Plantation is completely self-sufficient, so long as you keep your Pals working on it. You won’t need to gather any more Lettuce Seeds once you begin to grow Lettuce on your farm.

Recipes that use Lettuce in Palworld

There are two recipes that you can cook with Lettuce:

FoodRecipe
Salad2 Lettuce, 2 Tomato
Grilled Lamball1 Lamball Mutton, 2 Lettuce

You’ll need Lettuce in order to make either of these dishes.

That’s everything you need to know about getting Lettuce Seeds and a Lettuce Plantation in Palworld. Be sure to check out how to farm Sulfur and how to get High Quality Pal Oil if you need more resources to survive in the harsh land of Palworld.

Palworld Lettuce farming FAQs

How do you get Lettuce in Palworld?

To get Lettuce, you can either purchase it from a Wandering Merchant or put Lettuce Seeds in a Lettuce Plantation to grow it.

What Pals drop Lettuce Seeds?

The four Pals that can drop Lettuce Seeds are Bristla, Cinnamoth, Broncherry Aqua, and Wumpo Botan.

About the Author

Annie Thelen

Annie is a journalist interested in gaming and tech news. She is Guides Writer for Videogamer. Her favorite games are Legend of Zelda, Halo, Persona 5, Saints Row 2, and The Sims 2.

Palworld

  • Release Date: January 19, 2024
  • Platform(s): PC, Xbox, Xbox Series S/X
  • Genre(s): Action, Adventure, Indie, RPG, Shooter
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