Category:Harvesting Log/Levels 60-69

 Harvesting Log/Levels 50-59 Harvesting Log/Levels 70-79 
Name Level Description
Kidragora Icon.png Kidragora Even in space, everyone can hear this seedkin scream.
Timeworn Dragonskin Map Icon.png Timeworn Dragonskin Map 40 This bottle is holding what appears to be a timeworn dragonskin map.

※Use the action Decipher to extract the map and examine its contents.
※Level 60 full party (eight players) recommended.
Timeworn Wyvernskin Map Icon.png Timeworn Wyvernskin Map 40 This bottle is holding what appears to be a timeworn wyvernskin map.

※Use the action Decipher to extract the map and examine its contents.
※Level 60 recommended.
Black Truffle Icon.png Black Truffle 50 A rare black mushroom that grows in the soil, rather than above it, making the specimen almost impossible to locate. It is treasured as a delicacy for its unique aroma.
Honey Lemon Seeds Icon.png Honey Lemon Seeds 51 Honey lemon seeds suitable for garden cultivation.
Dzemael Tomato Seeds Icon.png Dzemael Tomato Seeds 51 Dzemael tomato seeds suitable for garden cultivation.
Silkworm Cocoon Icon.png Silkworm Cocoon 55 The lightweight cocoon of the elusive silkworm.
Trillium Icon.png Trillium 55 A beautiful, white, tripetaloid flower.
Trillium Bulb Icon.png Trillium Bulb 55 If planted and tended with loving care, this bulb should grow into a lovely trillium plant.
Dzemael Tomato Icon.png Dzemael Tomato 70 A rare crossbreed of ruby tomato developed and perfected by House Dzemael botanists.
Mazlaya Greens Icon.png Mazlaya Greens 70 Once found growing all across the island of Mazlaya, this bright-green plant was almost completely wiped out when chocobos brought to the island by farmers devoured nearly every one they could find.
Honey Lemon Icon.png Honey Lemon 70 This rare type of lemon native to the continent of Othard is so sweet, it can be eaten raw.
(Duration can be extended to 60m by consuming multiple servings)
Unaspected Crystal Icon.png Unaspected Crystal 70 For reasons unknown to you, this crystal has completely lost its elemental charge.
Granular Clay Icon.png Granular Clay 139 Crumbly balls of reddish clay added to soil to improve both moisture retention and drainage.
Peat Moss Icon.png Peat Moss 145 Soil created by thousands of years of decaying flora gathering on the bottom of marshes.
Steppe Hay Icon.png Steppe Hay 148 A heaping helping of hay wholly for horses.

※Only for use in Namazu beast tribe quests.
Steppe Flatweed Icon.png Steppe Flatweed 150 An edible yellow flower that bears a close visual resemblance to the dandelion.

※Only for use in Namazu beast tribe quests.
Black Swan Feather Icon.png Black Swan Feather 150 The long, glossy feather of a common black swan.
Bladeleaf Icon.png Bladeleaf 150 This variety of wild grass native to the Dravanian forelands is characterized by long, serrated leaves which can leave lacerations on unprotected skin.
Straight Shoot Icon.png Straight Shoot 150 This thick stem is sturdy enough to be whittled into an arrow that will fly true.

※Only for use in Namazu beast tribe quests.
Periwinkle Icon.png Periwinkle 150 A mildly poisonous flower found across the Three Great Continents.
Ripe Steppe Fruit Icon.png Ripe Steppe Fruit 150 This fruit's bright orange color speaks to its ripeness...if it is indeed the type of fruit that turns orange when ripe.

※Only for use in Namazu beast tribe quests.
Chysahl Greens Icon.png Chysahl Greens 150 Though nearly identical in shape and color to gysahl greens, chysahl greens have a deeper, earthier flavor that chocobos (and man) seem to prefer.
Clary Sage Icon.png Clary Sage 150 A fragrant herb used in medicines, perfumes, and cooking.
Sturdy Vine Icon.png Sturdy Vine 150 A durable vine harvested on the Azim Steppe.

※Only for use in Namazu beast tribe quests.
Odd Herb Icon.png Odd Herb 150 Both the nature and utility of this peculiar herb are impossible to imagine.

※Only for use in Namazu beast tribe quests.
Steppe Sedge Icon.png Steppe Sedge 150 A perennial that proliferates through the grasslands of the Azim Steppe.

※Only for use in Namazu beast tribe quests.
Foxglove Icon.png Foxglove 150 A poisonous herb native to the Coerthas highlands. Up to twenty purple finger-length flowers can bloom on a single stalk.
Starcrack Sand Icon.png Starcrack Sand 150 A metallic sand which simpleminded smallfolk believe contains pieces of the very comet Rhalgr tore from the heavens.
Black Soil Icon.png Black Soil 150 This rich, dark soil receives its color from a high concentration of organic matter.
Cotter Dynasty Relic Icon.png Cotter Dynasty Relic 150 A lavishly decorated ornament dated to the rule of Gyr Abanian king Cotter.
Glass Eye Icon.png Glass Eye 150 A small bead of naturally formed glass that could pass off as an eye, if viewed from thirty paces...in the fog.
Fibrous Melon Icon.png Fibrous Melon 150 A tough-looking specimen harvested from near Mol Iloh.

※Only for use in Namazu beast tribe quests.
Fragrant Steppe Wildgrass Icon.png Fragrant Steppe Wildgrass 150 Unusually fragrant wildgrass, rare even on the Azim Steppe.

※Only for use in Namazu beast tribe quests.
Gaelicatnip Icon.png Gaelicatnip 150 A relative to pepper- and spearmint, gaelicatnip is an aromatic herb often brewed into teas. While it has no effect on the five races, the oil contained in the leaves is known to cause gaelicats and other normally aggressive feline beastkin to exhibit excessively playful behavior.
Shishu Koban Icon.png Shishu Koban 150 This oblong gold coin once saw heavy circulation throughout Hingashi and the eastern provinces of Othard.
Lover's Laurel Icon.png Lover's Laurel 200 A highly fragrant variety of laurel named for the goddess of the moon, Menphina.
Pinch of Active Ingredients Icon.png Pinch of Active Ingredients 205 Minerals that serve as the active ingredients in various Gyr Abanian remedies.
Harpoon Head Icon.png Harpoon Head 210 A sharp and sturdy harpoon head, well suited to shark stabbing.
Phial of Thermal Fluid Icon.png Phial of Thermal Fluid 215 This liquid can be applied, to great effect, as insulation.
Shisui Jewel Icon.png Shisui Jewel 220 A rare gem from beneath the waves of the Ruby Sea.
Cloudkin Feather Icon.png Cloudkin Feather 225 This feather could easily have come from one of any number of cloudkin.
Strong Steppe Spice Icon.png Strong Steppe Spice 230 This spice is so potent as to often go unused on the Azim Steppe itself, but after overhearing a patron state that buuz “tastes like wet sheep,” Adkiragh was inspired to add it to create a flavor more palatable to non-Xaela.
Ruby Cotton Boll Icon.png Ruby Cotton Boll 265 The fibrous flower of a rare cotton plant that only grows under the Ruby Sea. As such, Eorzean scholars insist that the flora is in no way related to normal cotton, and is instead a unique variety of sea kelp.
Mountain Popoto Icon.png Mountain Popoto 265 Crisp mountain popotoes contain high quantities of starch that create a viscous paste when the tubers are ground. This paste can be eaten raw, fried into cakes, or added to stews for thickening.
Gem Algae Icon.png Gem Algae 265 A variety of algae found in the Ruby Sea, commonly harvested for its salt.
Buckwheat Kernels Icon.png Buckwheat Kernels 265 A nutty grain that can be substituted for flour in breads and noodles. Found across the Three Great Continents, but grown in abundance in the heart of Gyr Abania.
Holy Basil Icon.png Holy Basil 270 An herb with an aroma so heavenly, it will cleanse both your soul and your palate of ill flavors (or so say merchants who would see you buy their stock).
Ama Nori Icon.png Ama Nori 273 This edible seaweed can be consumed raw, or dried into paper-like squares and wrapped around sticky rice.
Green Leek Icon.png Green Leek 273 Similar to green onions in flavor, the leeks of Gyr Abania are several times thicker, and far more piquant.
Sugar Beet Icon.png Sugar Beet 273 These tubers can be several times sweeter than most fruit, and as such are commonly processed into sugar for sweetening cakes and other confections.
Soybeans Icon.png Soybeans 273 These emerald legumes grow two to three beans per pod on stout bushes that are ready for harvest in the early fall. The beans are most often pressed into the milk which is used to make tofu, or fermented into various savory pastes and sauces.
Kudzu Vine Icon.png Kudzu Vine 273 If allowed to grow unchecked, a single kudzu plant can cover an acre of forest in less than a single summer, blocking the sun from the plants it envelops. A large swath of the outer Black Shroud currently finds itself being slowly suffocated by the invasive weed.
Walker's Popoto Icon.png Walker's Popoto 276 A variety of popoto bred by a botanist named Walker to withstand the harsh winds and rocky soil of southern La Noscea.
Kudzu Root Icon.png Kudzu Root 276 The root of the quick-growing kudzu vine is dug up and processed into kudzu powder which serves as a substitute for animal-based gelatins in Far Eastern desserts. It also is believed to exhibit healing properties, and can be found in most Hingan and Doman apothecaries.
Cumin Seeds Icon.png Cumin Seeds 276 A pungent spice that can be used in seed form, or ground into a powder, enhancing the aroma tenfold.
Sun Cabbage Icon.png Sun Cabbage 279 The sweet, tightly packed leaves of Othardian sun cabbages are deceptively sweet, making them perfect in salads or stews.
Daikon Radish Icon.png Daikon Radish 279 The spicy daikon radishes of Othard are known to grow as long and thick as a grown Hyur's forearm.
Windtea Leaves Icon.png Windtea Leaves 279 When steeped in boiling water, the leaves of this rare perennial change color, turning a bright bluish green.
Gyr Abanian Carrot Icon.png Gyr Abanian Carrot 279 Gyr Abanian carrots are not only longer, but a far deeper orange─nay, crimson─than those grown in central and western Eorzea.
Fennel Icon.png Fennel 279 With an aroma similar to licorice, both the stalks and the seeds of this Othardian herb can be used to enhance the flavor of exotic Far Eastern dishes.
Doman Yellow Icon.png Doman Yellow 279 A soft, clay-like soil believed to be formed of compacted yellow dust carried on the wind from faraway lands.
Lotus Root Icon.png Lotus Root 279 Though they appear solid from the outside, the cylindrical root nodules of the lotus flower are riddled with holes, possibly to accommodate for the water-logged environments in which the plant grows.
Ruby Tide Kelp Icon.png Ruby Tide Kelp 282 A distant cousin of malm kelp, Ruby Tide kelp is harvested and dried in the sun to enhance flavor. Squares of the seaweed are cut and steeped in boiling water to create one of the savory broths used in Hingan cuisine.
Twincoon Icon.png Twincoon 285 A massive cocoon spun by not one, but multiple highland erucas.
Alyssum Icon.png Alyssum 285 This annual is coveted by perfumers for its honey-sweet aroma.
Nanoriso Icon.png Nanoriso 285 This light brown seaweed with spiked “leaves” is quite common in the seas off Hingashi, and collected and dried for use in cuisine.
Nagxian Cudweed Icon.png Nagxian Cudweed 285 Though recognized as a weed, this winter annual is edible and will oft be harvested in the late months for use in various Doman and Hingan dishes.
Jhammel Ginger Icon.png Jhammel Ginger 285 Jhammel ginger's bulbous, aromatic roots can be sliced fresh and added to stews and seafood dishes to remove gaminess, ground and steeped in hot water to cure head colds, or dried and ground into a powder to use as a spice for breads and cookies.
Chickweed Icon.png Chickweed 285 Though recognized as a weed, this winter annual is edible and will oft be harvested in the late months for use in various Doman and Hingan dishes.
Yanxian Parsley Icon.png Yanxian Parsley 285 This Far Eastern perennial has a biting aroma that even many Othardians find off-putting.
Nipplewort Icon.png Nipplewort 288 Named for the protruding buds from which its bright-yellow flowers bloom, nipplewort is a common winter annual whose leaves are gathered for use in Othardian cuisine.
Doman Eggplant Icon.png Doman Eggplant 288 While just as brilliantly purple, this Far Eastern cousin of the wizard eggplant is noticeably thinner, and thus requires less time to cook.
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