First Modpack Uploaded on My Account
A Simple Collection of Fine and Top Rated Agriculture Mods Combined to Make Farming, and by Farming I mean ALL of the
Farm, more Realistic!
Mods in this ModPack
Pam's HarvestCraft credit Pamela Collins (MatrexsVigil) and Rhodox of the Painterly Pack Fast Leaf Decay AgriCraft [SBM] Wooden Shears Terraqueous Roost ExpandedBonemeal
here is meh other modpack :
[1.7.10] To the Moon & Back [PvE] [100 slots] [Survival] [Galacticraft] [Buildcraft] [Industrialcraft]By stephen92
Link to modpack: http://www.technicpack.net/modpack/to-the-moon-back.912219
All of the tutorials on youtube seem to be in german, so I decided I should go straight to the source: The Technic Pack Forum!
Could someone give me an indepth (or short) guide on how to create a gold chest farm? I understand how blaze and bone farms work, but I haven't been able to wrap my head around gold chest farms due to a lack of tutorials that I can understand.
I just made a planter and harvester as I usually do, however the same issue keeps popping up. Whenever I get carrots, how do I get only one stack into the planter, and keep the rest in the chest? I tried putting dirt in every slot in the planter except one to just keep one stack, but the thermal expansion itemducts keep pulling carrots out of the chest even if the planter is full, and it just stuffs them in its buffer.
My question is, how can I keep only one stack of carrots in the planter at a time, while still keeping the rest in the chest by the harvester without them being pulled out?
So, I have been playing Tekkit a whole bunch, and I have begun trying to automate everything.
In order to do that, I was thinking that it would be awesome if I could somehow make it so that if i try to craft wheat, it activates a fertilizer, which will fertilise a specific amount of crops.
Obviously there is no way to ensure an exact amount of wheat produced, so I was wondering if it was possible to use recipes which produced inexact amounts of an item, without the system complaining.
Another issue I am having is finding a way to always have, say, 64 of an item in my system. I am able to do this with items produced by machines, such as iron ingots or ice blocks, by connecting a storage bus to the redstone furnace, or glacial precipitator, respectively, but is there any way to do this with items only made using crafting (e.g. basic processor assemblies)?
Finally, to do with galacticraft, is there any faster way to send oxygen up to space than by either having compressors on earth and decompressors in space, or by simply having a tree/wheat farm in space, with collectors?
Thanks for your help,