Plant Species Y (Scorched Earth)

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Plant Species Y

Plant Species Y Seed (Scorched Earth).png Plant Species Y Trap (Scorched Earth).png

Item
Type Plant
Added in v246.0


Plant Species Y is a plant in the Scorched Earth-DLC of ARK: Survival Evolved.

The plant can be grown by putting Plant Species Y Seeds in a Large Crop Plot. The seeds can be found by harvesting desert plants.

Once fully grown, it produces Plant Species Y Traps similar to bear traps. Unlike the Plant Species X, it is not a defensive plant and can't shoot projectiles.

Production[edit | edit source]

The Plant Species Y grows the same as any other plot-based plant, consuming both water and fertilizer to grow, but unlike other plants, it consumes significantly less of both once it reaches maturity. One should monitor water levels when growing these plants indoors.

The following items can be used as fertilizer:

Fertilizer type Fertilizer units Fertilizes for Fertilizes full* plant for
Human Feces 1,000 10m 3h 5m
Small Animal Feces 3,500 35m 10h 48m
Medium Animal Feces 7,500 1h 15m 23h 8m
Unicorn Residue Logo Mobile.png 7,500 1h 15m 23h 8m
Large Animal Feces 15,000 2h 30m 1d 22h 15m
Massive Animal Feces 35,000 5h 50m 4d 11h 55m
Snow Owl Pellet Extinction Icon.png 50,000 8h 20m 6d 10h 10m
Fertilizer 54,000 9h 6d 22h 30m
Bonemeal Fertilizer Primitive Plus Icon.png 90,000 15h 11d 13h 30m

* When a plant has its maximum of fruits, it needs less fertilizer. As the fruits spoil after some time, leaving the plant in a non-full state for some time, these numbers are rather theoretical maximums.

Video Tutorial[edit | edit source]