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Where to find and how to farm for Starlight Berries in Fallout 76 - Route 3

Updated: May 3

 

This route covers Forty-Six (46) Starlight Berry Bushes.


Fun and useful fact: Starlight Berry bushes are referred to as creepers in the game files. In real life, a creeper needs a form of support, be it a tree, a power pole, or a lamp post. If you can’t find a particular bush while using this guide, keep the above information in mind, as generally, the bush will be growing at the base of a tree or power pole in the area.


To make things simple, Starlight Berries will now be referred to as SLB, for the rest of the guide.

 

Used for


Food and Chem Buffs

Berry Mentats

Infused Soot Flower Tea

Seared Venison w/Berries

Starlight Berry Cobbler

Sweet Blackberry Tea

Sweet Labrador Tea

Sweet Mutfruit Tea

Tasty Mutant Hound Stew

 

Farming Tips and Tricks

The following perk cards, magazines, and/or backpack mods will increase your yields.


Starlight Berries have a 35% chance to spawn and are affected by your pick-up history list.



What is Verdant Season Guide

How spawns work Guide.

What plants work with Backwoodsman # 4 List.

 

Fixed Spawn Locations


I have done my best to provide accurate directions to every Starlight Berry bush, however, for some, you may need to refer to the photo to find them, as there is no landmark or map marker in the area to use as a point of reference.


Note: Soot flowers, Mutfruit, Fire caps, Silt Beans, and Rhododendron flowers all grow along these routes. It is worth collecting them as you are harvesting the starlight berries.



Helvetia



From the fast travel location, turn around and run up the road until you get to the first rusty car. Turn left and the first (1) SLB bush will be in front of you.

You can either Jetpack up or run around to the next level of the cliff to get to the next one (1) SLB bush.

To get to the third (1) SLB bush, either jetpack up or run around to the next level of the cliff.



Drop down the cliff side until you are standing at the bottom, in front of the red dump truck. Walk forward and follow the road down, over the bridge, until you get to a shed with multiple wood piles inside on your right, and on your left will be an undercover area/carport (4 poles and a roof).

Turn left and walk forward until you are standing under the undercover area/carport. Next to the undercover area is a very large tree. Walk over to the tree so it is on your right-hand side and then turn and face East.

Walk straight forward, you will pass a mailbox, a wooden sign, part of an airplane, and a possible raider NPC. Keep walking forward until you hit a rock face. The next (1) SLB bush will be on your right.

You can either jetpack up or run around to get to the next (1) SLB bush on the rock level directly above the last plant.



From the last bush above, turn and face East. Walk straight until you get to the base of a cliff face. Either Jetpack up or walk around to get to the next level of the cliff. The (1) SLB bush is against the rock face, near some airplane rubble.



Stand inside the last SLB bush and face East. You should be looking at a wall of rock. Turn right, hug the rock face on your left, and follow it around/up the hill. If you did it right then you should see part of the airplane turbine/engine on your right and the (1) SLB will be on your left.



From that SLB bush, jump down the cliff face and head back towards the main road of Helvetia. Stop at the T junction so the yellow “Freya's Haus restaurant” is on your right and a two-story grey building is on your left. Follow the road West for a few steps, then turn right at the dirt road and cross over the bridge, at the end of the bridge will be “The Honey Haus”.


Face the front door, the next (1) SLB bush will be against the wall on the right-hand side of the building.

Walk to the end of “The Honey Haus” and turn left. You should be facing a red two-story building, with a green tank at the back. Walk straight towards the green tank. The (1) SLB bush is in the corner between the green tank and the wall of the red building.



Go back out to the main road and stand at the T junction so the yellow “Freya's Haus restaurant” is on your left, and a two-story grey building is on your right. Turn right at the T junction and follow the road down a few meters until you get to the end of the two-story grey building. Turn right at the corner of the building and the last (1) SLB bush will be in front of you.


 

Mama Dolce’s Food Processing Plant (Morgantown)



From the fast travel point, turn around and run down the road. Stop at the T junction and turn left. There should be a metal shed/building on your left. Head towards that building and the first (1) SLB bush is at the back of the building. If you are farming to make Sweet Mutfruit Tea, then there is a heap of Mutfruit bushes around this building as well.


From the SLB bush above, face West and walk back out to the main road. Turn left and run straight down the road until you get to a cross-section/intersection. On your right, on the corner are two (2) SLB bushes).



Turn right at the cross-section, go past the blue car, and stop at the bridge. There should be a power pole with a push bike against it on your left. Sticking to the left-hand side of the bridge, drop down and walk under the bridge to find three (3) SLB bushes.



While still under the bridge, turn North and walk up the road. Just before the first power pole on your right is another (1) SLB bush.

Stand inside the above-mentioned bush and face North. Walk straight forward, up the hill to find two (2) SLB bushes at the bottom of the large tree. While standing at the bottom of the tree, face North West and you will see the next (1) SLB bush in front of you.



Run back down the hill, onto the road, and stand under the bridge again. Face West and walk until you hit a wall of rock on your left. Continue to follow the rock wall around, do not go onto the road. At the end of the rock wall, turn right and walk forward. There will be three (3)  SLB bushes in front of you.



From the three bushes above, face East, jump up the rocks, and go and stand on the bridge that had the SLB’s under it.

Face South and jump off the bridge. Follow the road in an Easterly direction for a few meters until you see a billboard on your right. Stand at the base of the billboard, face South, and run straight, over the river, until you get to another main road.

On the main road, turn left. There should be a large rock slide, covering half the road in front of you.

Stand on the top of the rock slide and face South East. Walk forward a meter, there should be a Rhododendron flower bush in front of you and a (1) SLB bush to the left of that.



From that bush, face East and go straight forward, you should see a grain silo and a farm in front of you, in the distance. Keep going forward in an Easterly direction and stop in the middle of the bridge facing the grain silo, on your left will be a red barn. Head towards the red barn, the (1) SLB bush will be at the end of the road, just in front of the barn.



Follow the red barn around and another (1) SLB bush will be next to the water hand pump.


From the bush by the water pump, turn in a NEE direction and walk towards the far corner of the farm. At the bottom of the hill, before the billboard pole and the bridge, is a soot flower plant, a mutfruit bush, and a (1) SLB bush.



From the bush above, walk straight up the hill, over the bridge, and drop down to the other side. The last (1) SLB bush is between the bridge and the first house on your right.



Turn around and run back to the first SLB bush near the red barn and the grain silo. Stand in the middle of the bush and face South. Start walking forward, past the red tractor on your left, jump the fence, and over the river. Keep heading South until you hit the main road. Check the power pole signs on the left-hand side of the road until you see a green “Morgantown city limits” sign.


Stand with your back to the Morgantown sign and face West. If it is the right time of the day, you can probably see both bushes from that spot, if not then walk forward until you hit a large tree. Walk past that tree until you hit another large tree then turn left and the two (2) SLB bushes will be in front of you.



Go back to the “Morgantown City Limits” sign and face East. Run straight for a while, past a power pylon on your right, and stop at the main road. Turn and follow the road up towards Bolton Green. The first (1) SLB bush is on your right at the bottom of the first power pole.



Keep following the road up and counting power poles on your left. At the bottom of the 4th power pole on your left is another (1) SLB bush.



Keep following the road up and around. Do not enter Bolton Greens. The next (1) SLB bush is on the corner of the intersection, next to a red tractor, at the bottom of the power pole.



Keeping Bolton Greens on your right, follow the road East. Go past two APC’s and a tank. Behind the tank, on the left-hand side of the APC, at the bottom of the power pole, is another (1) SLB bush.



From the APC, follow the road up and stop at the 5th power pole on your left. At the power pole, turn northwest and walk forward a few steps. The (1) SLB bush will be in front of you.



Turn around and run back down the hill/road. Stop at the T junction and the blue truck. There is another (1) SLB bush on the corner, opposite the blue truck, at the bottom of the power pole.



At the above T junction, turn left and walk down the road. Not counting the power pole on the corner, the next (1) SLB bush is at the bottom of the third power pole on your left.



Keep walking down the road, go past a red dump truck, and stop at the end of the mobile home/trailer that is broken down. Turn and face East. There should be a very large tree in front of you, on the other side of the road. The (2) SLB bushes are inside the tree. Yes, they are actually inside the tree.



Go back out onto the main road and keep walking away from Bolton Green. Stop when you get to the front of the Blue ute/pickup truck. Turn left and walk straight until you walk into a large tree. Walk around the tree and keep walking in that same straight direction, until you walk into a very large tree. The (1) SLB bush is only half inside the tree this time.



From the SLB bush/tree above, face East and look up. You will see a large white metal power pylon between the trees. Walk toward the pylon. The next two (2) SLB bushes are between the concrete bases on the right of the pylon.



Turn West and run back to the main road. Once you are back on the main road, there should be a blue sports car parked on the right-hand side of the road with a large tree in front of it. The (1) SLB bush is in front of the large tree.



Keep heading up the road, until you see a row of concrete barriers on your right and a blue ute/pick-up truck on your left.

Go and stand at the back of the ute/pickup truck and face SEE. There should be a tree directly in front of you. Walk straight, around the tree and continue forward. If you keep going straight then you will walk directly into the next two (2) SLB bushes. They are in front of the pine tree (the tree that glowing resin is normally found on).



After harvesting the above two bushes, turn around and head back to the main road. Keep running up the road, past the truck with 4 Pulowski preservation shelters on the back, until you get to a rusty blue sports car that is half across the road. The last (1) SLB is at the bottom of the next power pole on your left.


 

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