Seasons GEO: Amish Country USA v1.1.1.0 FS19

Seasons GEO: Amish Country USA v1.1.1.0 FS19

Do you want to experience the challenge of Amish farming? Welcome to Southern Pennsylvania.

Changelog 1.1.1.0:
– Fine Tuned weather settings
– Germination Temperatures ar Now Closer to Real Life
– Fixed Issue That Cotton Would Not Harvest on First Loading
– Replaced Screenshots
– Changed Mod Description

The weather for this mod was generated from the city of Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
The summers are warm and wet, the winters are very cold, and it is partly cloudy year round.
The most common crops here are Corn, Wheat and Soybeans. The less common crops here are Sugarbeets and Poplars. Canola, Cotton and Sugar Cane are not supported.
Grass can be cut up to 4 times per year at 67% growth.
Wheat is the only winter crop available. 9 day Seasons recommended.

The latest version of the Seasons mod is required.

Credits:
FarmCatJenkins

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