Any tips on beginners? I only know Ambrosia thing. Is there any alternative to mutagen for plants? Any tip and advice would be helpfull. Thanks <3
Currently searching locally as I'll be finished with a bachelor's degree in some months. No experience professionally in this field, and only work experience is a few customer service jobs as I've been a full time student since high school. Does anyone by chance know of a way to get into the local botany field professionally?
Along with any thoughts on if this is needed/not needed, I intend this to be a guide to aid Rangers, Druids, Wilderness Clerics / Paladins and add some more use to Knowledge (Nature). I plan to do this with the other knowledge skills, so when I get to those feedback would also be appreciated !
How does the maths work on the healing speed?
Botany knowledge increases healing speed by 33%. Self care is 50% of the normal healing speed.
Is it 133% x 50% (66.5%) or is it 50% + 33% (88%)? I.e. is the healing speed of Self care with Botany knowledge 66.5% or 88% of the original healing speed?
AMA. I am the founder of Green University LLC, located in Montana north of Yellowstone National Park. Our students are enrolled in the year-long Hunter-Gatherer Immersion to make all Stone Age gear and a new dugout canoe. Next summer we will take six weeks for a six-week Stone Age expedition 540 miles down Montana's Yellowstone River:
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I am best known for my book "Botany in a Day: The Patterns Method of Plant Identification," with 130,000+ copies sold so far. If you haven't already seen it, please watch the Botany in a Day Tutorial on YouTube:
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Is it possible to grow something that can be turned into gold bars in botany? I’ve seen mentions of it but can’t seem to figure it out.
I'm 22M. After neet coaching, which severely affected my mental health, I just chose biology because I liked biology without really regarding the career prospects because I was in a bad mental state.
I thought I wanted to be a researcher, but after knowing about how little researcher gets paid in biology and you probably will have to sacrifice your social life, (and you have to be really good at it), I'm in a dilemma and it has affected my mental health.
What are the alternate options I have?
It's eating me away and I'm being treated by my psychologist. I see no way out. What I'm aware of is SSC,PSC, and CAT. I'll try it for sure, but I think it will be a poor choice to completely depend on them.
Is there any professional course which I can do? So I'll gain experience? Or is there any way to continue study biology and get a good pay? I'll really appreciate it if you replied. Thank you!
Like the title says, why does Botany not share the suffix of other fields of study? Why don't other names for fields of study end in -any?
I've seen many people make tomato grenades which explode into cyanide smoke and I was wondering how can I give or remove my plants reagent production.
I am working on developing a board game about building a botanical garden. The involves planting plants in different seasons and regions / biomes. Right now, I’m just using placeholder plants and regions to work out the game mechanics, but I’m getting close to the point of switching over to real plants and locations.
Do you all have any possible online resources I can look into to help guide my research?
So for BK’s healing item efficiency does that mean it slows down the rate the medkit is consumed or is that something else?
I’m thinking of starting to run self-care because I usually play solo queue and I want to be able to heal myself often but I also don’t want to waste time.
did anyone find botany 205 to be extremely overwhelming? like every week there were some assignments due for either labs or class, and all the materials they expected us to have and beyond that, we are in a fuck!ng pandemic and weekly they want us buying stuff? it also is so expensive, the handheld microscope w 70$ and it was used one time. Please tell me I am not the only one who found this class extremely overwhelming