Pine Tar is a pretty important resource in Stardew Valley. It can be used in a variety of crafting recipes to make some other resources. While the process in itself isn’t difficult, knowing what to do can be pretty confusing. This guide will help you identify the necessary process that you can perform. So, let’s have a look at how to collect Pine Tar.
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How to Collect Pine Tar in Stardew Valley
To get Pine Tar you will have to use a Tapper equipment item. All you have to do is go around your farm and look for a Pine tree. Once you identify and find the correct tree simply attach the tapper jar to the tree. Now, wait for five to six in-game days in order to get Pine Tar. Once you have waited for the stipulated timeframe, just go to the tapper jar and collect the tree sap.
In order to be able to craft a Tapper jar, you need to reach Foraging level 3. After this, you will be able to find the crafting recipe for the Tapper Jar. In order to craft this equipment item, you will need Forty Wood and Two Copper Bars. You can also get Pine Tar in Stardew Valley using a heavy tapper. However, to craft this item you will need to have 30 Hardwood and one Radioactive Bar.
Craftable Items using Pine Tar
Loom: Turns raw wool into fine cloth.
Speed-Gro: Helps to stimulate leaf production. It will help to increase the growth rate by at least 10%. Should be mixed into tilled soil.
Rain Totem: This will greatly increase the chance of rainfall on the corresponding day.
Similar to Rabbit’s Foot, you can use Pine Tar to craft dyed clothes in the game. It acts as an orange color dye allowing you to make orange clothes. Additionally, you can use Pine Tar with the Sewing Machine to craft a Floppy Beanie.