Where to Find Wheat Seeds in Palworld

Palworld Cook Wheat with Cooking Station
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Are you looking to acquire Wheat Seeds in Palworld but need help figuring out where to start? Don’t worry, obtaining Wheat Seeds in the game is relatively easy once you understand where to look. Granted, it won’t spring out of anywhere on the Palpagos Islands, yet players do have a few prime locations where they can get their hands on some seeds.

With this in mind, it’s time to load up your crossbows and assemble your Pals. We’ve got some seeds to uncover in Palworld.

Where to Find Wheat Seeds in Palworld

Palworld Wheat Seeds Merchant Menu
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Palworld adventurers can secure Wheat Seeds by slaying or capturing certain grass-type Pals. The material only comes from them, with some human NPCs acting as exceptions in this case. The Pals that will drop Wheat Seeds as a result of death or capture by Pal Sphere include the following:

  • Flopie
  • Bristla
  • Cinnamoth
  • Robinquill
  • Robinqull Terra
  • Dinossom

These listed grass-type Pals reside in (evidently) grass-based areas, away from the Palpagos Islands’ frigid colds and sweltering heat. The Flopie, Bristla, Cinnamoth, and Robinquill are commonly found on the Moonless Shore. Robinquill’s Terra variant roams the Dessicated Desert, so you’ll need some special equipment if you’re looking to traverse those scorched lands. As for the Dinossom, you can find one in certain parts of the islands where there’s grass: Eastern Wild Island, the Sea Breeze Archipelago, Ice Wind Island, and more.

Toss a Coin to Your Wandering Merchant

In addition to the grass-type Pals who can drop the seeds we’re looking for, the Wandering Merchant in the Small Settlement also sells them. For a small price of 100 Gold, one bag of Wheat Seeds will be yours. However, the merchants stationed at Duneshelter and Fisherman’s Point don’t house the seeds in their respective inventories.

How to Use Wheat Seeds

Palworld Wheat Plantation Structure at Base
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With your Wheat Seeds now in possession, you can start generating the actual material with the help of the Wheat Plantation. It’s available after you spend 2 Technology Points to unlock it via the Technology menu; look for the tier 15 category. The plantation will need Pals specializing in Planting, Watering, and Gathering talents to start producing Wheat. Assign Pals with these skills at your base in Palworld with the built plantation. To craft one, you’ll need the following items:

  • Wheat Seeds (x3)
  • Wood (x35)
  • Stone (x35)

Expert Tip

While the Gathering Pals handle the harvesting, assign a Pal with the Transporting skill to gather the dropped items. This way, you won’t have to pick up the Wheat manually; instead, have a Pal take care of that as long as there are available storage containers at your base.

Palworld Campsite Base with Kindling for Campfire
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Once you have Wheat, you can consume it or toss it into a Mill (Technology Tier 15) to make yourself some Flour. Flour, in turn, is responsible for serving as an ingredient for a few recipes. From something simple like Bread and Pancakes to a more complex Cake delivery, Flour is an essential resource you and your Pals will cherish. All you need to do is supply Wheat into the Mill and watch a Watering Pal do their magic.

With Flour, access either the Campfire (Technology Tier 2) or Cooking Pot (Technology Tier 17) to cook a meal. The latter gives you access to more recipes, and a Kindling Pal can help you with all the cooking. Additionally, you can use the Electric Kitchen (Technology Tier 41), but that’s a station unlocked for later-game uses. The choice is entirely up to you, yet Wheat is quickly cooked with any of the stations.

That covers the basics when it comes to Wheat Seeds in Palworld. There are other seeds that you can utilize to harvest new crops, yet Wheat is one material you’ll be dealing with during your earlier gameplay hours.


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Written by C Anthony Rivera

Writer from Chicago, occasionally appears as a background actor in film and TV. Always looking for new places to eat pizza.

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