Heavenly Farmer


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Accidentally, Ye Xiaochen became new generation of Heavenly Farmer (Shen Nong), the treasure in the eyes of deities of three realms.

Moon fairy’s rabbit eats only the carrots grown from his farm.

The heavenly troop which was formed from the magical beans, came out from his farm.

The ninth level elixir which was just released, he supplied the materials for it.

Ye Xiaochen’s goal is to become the overlord of agriculture, not only in earth but also in whole three realms.

I want the heavens to use agricultural products that I plant, I want all the sentient beings in three realms to eat food made from my vegetables, I want all the gods to give up the idea of only swallowing air and eat meals three times in a day just like a normal person.

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My Farm is Planting base for Heavens
Wǒjiā nóngchǎng shì tiāntíng zhòngzhí jīdì
Related Series
My Ranch (4)
Bringing The Farm To Live In Another World (2)
Transmigration with QQ Farm (2)
Bringing the Supermarket to the Apocalypse (1)
Heaven’s Intention (1)
Peach Pit Landlord (1)
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05/26/20 planttranslation c174
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05/24/20 planttranslation c172
05/23/20 planttranslation c171
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05/21/20 planttranslation c169
05/18/20 planttranslation c168
05/17/20 planttranslation c167
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05/15/20 planttranslation c165
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05/10/20 planttranslation c162
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Yuzu rated it
December 17, 2016
Status: c308

Read to the latest raw... and had to drop it.

The whole story... went down hill in these last 50 chapters of constant time skipping and leapfrogging upgrades that it's a total mess to digest. I should have guessed it now that I think of it, the author went from daily 2 chapters a day to very slow 1 chapters that skipped and power up for no real reason.

Builds up so much depth in how this heaven-sent plant-cultivator system works, how he uses it to help humanity and solve his problems, yet the author wanted to show how OP mankind is with nukes and technology that can cut a portal into the heavens. Totally jumped into Sci-fi mode with how much the novel was on the supernatural.

Given how heaven developed this sort of system, why is that they can't even recognize nukes?

Worst was that the MC literally knew that his work plants were contributing to all this and that he even let them go on with it while knowing everything was being done. It's literally saying "Oh, why should I care even though they gave me the system to help heaven as long as my family are not involved." Too much brain-hole ideas that there is a plant to solve every damn freaking situation, plight, illness, technological problem in the world.

Honestly the whole synopsis no longer applies at this point. I recommend to drop it after the romance ignites and blooms well enough to end on a good read.

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Mercenary No. 4 rated it
January 22, 2017
Status: c316
I really liked the concept at first, it's not like bringing the farm to live in another world in which the MC transferred to another world and granted farming cheat, and also not like great tang idyll in which the MCs got thrown back to the past and have to use their knowledge about farming and cunning mind to survive. The concept of deity, cultivation and also farming magic/technique in present world is a great combination, at least that's what I thought.

... more>>

Now let me tell you what bothered me. The story is too rushed, especially the last 100 chapters. Time skips after time skips happened, and when there was a problem, it would be solved way too conveniently. In the last 30 or so chapters, you just could feel that the author was giving up.


This novel had potential, but it withered just before blooming. I pity the author, let's just hope that the author will learn from this mistake. I enjoyed the beginning anyway. Cheers. <<less
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18Dragon rated it
February 27, 2018
Status: Completed
It was okay in the beginning and middle but it started to go down hill. The author stated in the last chapter author's note that he forced himself to finish this "trashy" (his words not mine) novel for the readers. He lost interest and just rushed it. ... more>>

Basically he becomes famous in the botany field by curing a tree and all of the experts that failed went to learn from him. He starts teaching and spreading the knowledge of soul power communication with plants. He opens a research institute. He opens a restaurant that opens many branches. He cures the deaf girl he likes and helps her brother by using plants that absorbs radiation. He becomes world famous. The Jade emperors command the immortal world to send 40 weak weak cultivators to the human world. There is the human world, immortal cultivation world, and the Heaven where true immortals live (system creators). MC gains 2 girls and 2 guys to become his subordinates. All 40 are super talented in farming and were sent to join him in the heavens later on. One of the 40 reveals the existence of the immortal world to China and joins them to destroy the cultivators that treated him like trash. The MC gains the power to speed up time in the farm, take the farm with him. His subordinates marry and have children. His girlfriend becomes a world famous singer. He ignores China plan to conquer the immortal world for resources. The govt doesn't touch him because of his power and contributions to china. He provides china with fast growing good quality rice flours etc and plants that cures many diseases at a low cost. He is left with a mystery of the death of the previous 3 farmer gods that is never answered. The govt secretly enters the immortal world and conquers it using nukes and the radiation absorbing plant to gather reaources which they use to conquer the human world. MC marries his girl and teaches his family and students cultivation. He takes his wife students and subordinates to heaven while leaving his family in case there is trouble. The end.

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Rosver rated it
April 1, 2019
Status: --
The protagonist might be a farmer but it doesn't seem that he know much about farming at all. He constantly makes such rookie mistakes and seem to lack knowledge about a lot of basic stuff. A lot of this is hidden by the writing, by being very vague the details about the farm and farming and the fact that magic factored into it, but still, the details you could get paints a picture of a farmer who don't know a thing about farming no matter how the author tries to... more>> deny it.

The world building also sucks. The details are just nonsensical. Immortal soil is as hard as iron that you can't cut it with a hoe? Bullsh*t. Soil is made of particles, a mass of small matter. No matter how hard the individual particles are, as a mass they will never be hard as something truly solid. At one time it called Nitrogen as a mineral. As an avid gardener myself, the details I read here just makes me cringe.

The plot is kinda interesting and fun, but it is kinda marred by some subpar drama and listless writing.

The characters are really bland. The protagonist has no character whatsoever and the rest are paper thin cliches. Though, the author doesn't use the cliche too badly, they still aren't that interesting as characters.


It is just so poorly executed. It does have some innocent charm to it that makes it rather engaging to read so it has the potential to be great, but as it is now, it is just an alright work, fun but nothing spectacular. <<less
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September 26, 2016
Status: c2
Only 2 chapters with moderate length so I won't really say much but this is another promising farm story with game elements.

Translation... there are still mistakes here and there, so I do recommend getting a proofreader/editor.

The story seems very fun so I hope that the translation can pick up the pace! Hehe :p
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September 20, 2016
Status: c1
There are immortals, there is cultivation and there is definitely farming. It's still one chapter and things are barely revealed but the story is about this grad student coming back home and opening up a farm. Things don't go well and he gets struck by lightning. BOOM.

Need more chapters to judge appropriately but it's alright for now. Translation is good.

Edit: After chapter 2, it's a bit clearer. Think Farmville for immortal gods managed by the MC. Sounds fun
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Caffae rated it
February 18, 2019
Status: --
It’s a rather irritating novel.

I feel like the author is really expressing his disdain towards the female populace... his named female characters are all beautiful (cringe) and disabled in some way / a relative. He sees a beautiful mute deaf girl and hence spends a ton of money to save her beloved plants... then he has a bitchy villain of a Sister-in-law which is a shrew... then he goes to a marriage meeting with a girl with epilepsy (later he goes on about there is no way she could have... more>> been beautiful and have a house and still be looking for a Husband, clearly she was trying to trick him into marriage with a woman with epilepsy and ruin his future...)

‘The MC doesn’t really have much character depth. The bits of his thought processes I can see show he is just a bigot prejudiced misogynistic blight on humanity. <<less
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RedsFable rated it
January 15, 2018
Status: c55
I recommend this series for anyone looking for a fantastic farming series. Farming is the core for this series not an add-on. The MC is hard working and slow to progress in cultivation but the twists and turns and the way he handles himself are intriguing. While this may not be the fastest moving novel, it progresses steadily and consistently.
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February 16, 2019
Status: c76
Not bad, if naive. Not AS watered down as interspatial farm classics, but it's still China.

This one is naive too. One day the Chairmen would taste some pickles - and the MC would get an order from millions of soldiers. To start with.

Come on. You have some unique resource. You wish to make quick profits, so you have no option to hide it. Even if you move to USA and get into TV spotlight for protection, you may be in big troubles. In China the chances are his family won't... more>> survive for long... <<less
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vexation rated it
February 16, 2019
Status: c92
it's sort of interesting and sort of stupid. MC is a graduate with a degree in agriculture. Despite this he doesn't know that you need to give your plants space to grow and you can't place them too close to each other. He's also in his early 20s and still has dreams of growing taller.
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talosparoxi rated it
October 14, 2018
Status: c83
I really like the laid back pace of this one.

This novel is much more focused on the slow methodical day to day life of a farmer than on discovering mystic powers. While the mystical aspect is there, and it's interesting, it's made more interesting in the way that the story doesn't focus directly on his spiritual powers most of the time and more of how regular things with only a tinge of mystical nature can make a big difference.

People who are looking for stats and number crunching won't have a... more>> lot to hold onto here, even though he has a level, up to this point he might be 10% of the way to his first level up and he almost never brings up his stats. However; If you just want a gradual increase in productivity like you would experience yourself playing something like stardew valley or harvest moon then you're in for a good time.

In fact I'd say that's the most apt comparison, this novel is like a chinese stardew valley. No single aspect of community or farming life is the main focus. Keep in mind though, as with stardew valley, this novel is very laid back and methodical. There are few big events of major suspense. <<less
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kossboss rated it
January 10, 2017
Status: c11
So far it has been enjoyable. Pretty much a farm vile with cultivation, but coming to modern China. Done well compared to most other farm type stories (bringing a farm to another world for example) that have been on here. But one reviewer says the author gets way on a tangent later on, but hopefully that was an exaggeration.
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