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Another option, while not removing it, would be to use the platform.

Aug 22, 1. Download and install fallout 4 script extender. 2. Download and install Place Everywhere mod. 3. After you have both installed go to said bush while you are in workshop mode, press the INS key on your keyboard (insert) and then you should be able to select the bush and scrap it. Nov 21, 2 Answers2. There is no way to remove it without using the console. With the console, I believe you should be able to open the console, click on the scrub to select it, and type"disable" in the console.

I've never used this on shrubs, but it's worked on everything else I've tried it on. Another option, while not removing it, would be to use. Jun 13, Installation: Put into your"Data" folder in Fallout 4, then activate it on your. load order. Uninstallation: Simply delete or remove it from the"Data" folder.

To remove grass (like in the photos): Once in Fallout 4, press"~" key, then type"tg". To re-enable grass: repeat, or restart game. If any of you haven't tried it yet, or haven't played Fallout 3/NV, get the Tales of Two Wastelands mod for FNV.

I have never tried FO3 up til I downloaded it and I've been having a blast playing it with NV mods. But seriously, there's no open dirt for plants. They should be destroyed with a hoe or something. Hoes love their bushes. In the console, try typing disable. It worked in skyrm and fallout 3. Tried clicking the bush then typing disable in the console, it accepts the command but the bush stays where it was.