Getting soil in Dyson Sphere Program can be a difficult task as you’re all alone on an alien planet and everything seems odd. Soil is essential as this is where you will be placing all of your new factory parts and everything else that you will require to extract all of the resources. If you’re having trouble getting soil in Dyson Sphere Program, read the rest of this guide.
How To Get Soil In Dyson Sphere Program
To get soil in Dyson Sphere Program you will require a lot of foundation that digs it from the surface of the planet. You can even get soil by placing structures on elevated surfaces and it will start extracting soil for you. Here’s what you need to do to get started.
First of all, you’re going to need Foundation, and you can get that by unlocking Environment Modification in the Technologies Menu, this will allow you to create the much-needed Foundation for your factory. When you place it on the ground or on water bodies, the foundations will dig up all the soil and make the area usable.
Ensure that you look for a land with a lot of grass, planets in Dyson Sphere Program work a lot like the earth itself so see where you can find the most amount that you extract, and areas with grass will give you soil in abundance.
You can change the size of the Foundation with the + or – buttons and it will help you design it to fit the grasslands perfectly. The size of the foundation has nothing to do with how much soil you get.
If you’re out of materials to create foundations, as it takes a lot. Make sure to place structures on the elevated areas, this will help to extract it from the ground and you can then use it. It’s a cheaper alternative and finally to create a land with soil, all you have to do is place the Foundations on water tiles.
Once you have land, you’re free to build whatever you want on it, this is all there is to know about how to get soil in Dyson Sphere Program.