A golden-colored, grass-like grain widely cultivated across Appalachia for food and brewing a wide variety of alcoholic beverages. It can be consumed raw to satisfy a negligible amount of hunger with a medium dose of radiation and chance for disease or can be cooked for additional benefits.
Learned on pickup
Razorgrain plant (1)
- Over fifty plants at Billings homestead.
- Six at Sunday Brothers' cabin.
- Four at Anchor farm
- Three at Cobbleton farm.
- Northwest of Morgantown Airport.
- Southwest of Big Al's Tattoo Parlor.