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 Irrigated plantations 
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Post Irrigated plantations
Plantations with access to fresh water should produce more than those without. Just like farms.

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2 Aug 2010, o 10:55
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Post Re: Irrigated plantations
I believe plantations represent agricultural plants that don't require intensive watering. Most of those can grow even in relatively arid climates without much trouble. They should probably get bonus from biology, just as farms do, though.


2 Aug 2010, o 15:11
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Post Re: Irrigated plantations
I think the bonus shuold be coins if applicable. as the crop yeald of sugar, silk, coffie, hemp, tobbaco, incense and spices are all lux's that are have econ effect. with the exception of lemon and banana that might yeald more food. but in reality its technology advancements that give these plantations higher yeald not just more water but selection the best strain of crop for production fertilizing and elements that are included in the game that offer better production. I disagree plantations are already very productive by industrial erea. for what its worth.


2 Aug 2010, o 23:45
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