FS19 - Ischia Farm Map V1.2
Welcome to the island of Ischia, where you can find a vast green area, which has earned it the name of Isola Verde.
You can admire a glimpse of the Tyrrhenian Sea and the beaches and from above enjoy a wonderful panorama.
The map draws inspiration from this island, without reproducing it faithfully, but there are some characteristics that correspond to reality, such as the mushroom-shaped rock called “the mushroom of Lacco Ameno”, the cenatiempo cellars, the maddalena wood and the promenade .
The map in question has 39 fields and a large wooded area.
Standard crops + alfalfa, red grapes and white grapes.
To work fully it needs 2 mods, new holland braud 9000l and grape planter.
Fixed bug in building positioning.
Added missing ambient sounds.
Improved textures of some buildings, including those of the farm.
Added new sell point: Supermarket.
Added new workshop on the farm.
Added positionable poles (optional) for the vineyards in various sizes (single pole, final pole, pole with 2m wires, pole with 4m wires and 40m row of 4m poles).
The grass, flowers and bushes throughout the map are now cuttable.
The grapes can now be planted using a special seed drill available as an external mod (grape planter).
4 new crops added:
Olives and almonds in the same way as grapes.
Sorghum and protein pea.
Added a new silo bunker in biogas to produce compost using grass, hay, straw, manure or sorghum straw and also salable to biogas.
New save is recommended.
Added missing sale price of sorghum and protein pea.
Fixed bug when tipping biomass in the bunker silo.
Fixed disappearance of bushes over time.
Changed some textures of terrain and crops.
Now the farm silo accept all crops.
Wooden poles for vineyard moved to misc category.
Fixed biogas display not working.
Version 1.2 Changelog:
Added cornmash (forage harvesters pack required to produce).
To produce the corn mash, the corn must be harvested with a special forage harvesters, deposited in a special trench (available among the placeable), compacted and covered, just like silage.