Stardew Valley

Stardew Valley Best & Most Profitable Crops for Each Season

 

There are a spread of crop choices for every season in STARDEW VALLEY. While in a few cases you’ll need to diversify your harvest for the sake of Community Center bundles, cooking, and present items, planting the most profitable vegetation is usually the primary issue amongst gamers.

Below you may find the five maximum go back on investment crops according to season in Stardew Valley. Note that the earnings related to every crop assumes which you plant the crop on the primary day of the month and are not the usage of fertilizer. It is recommended which you use fertilizer, though. Also notice that Winter isn’t always blanketed as there aren’t any ordinary vegetation available for that month.

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Stardew Valley Best Crops Guide: Spring Crops

  • Strawberry – 500 gold profit per crop // Obtained during Egg Festival (Spring 13th)
  • Rhubarb – 240 gold profit per crop // Purchased in The Desert
  • Potato – 213 gold profit per crop // Purchased at Pierre’s General Store
  • Cauliflower – 190 gold profit per crop // Purchased at Pierre’s General Store
  • Green Bean – 180 gold profit per crop // Purchased at Pierre’s General Store

 

Stardew Valley Best Crops Guide: Summer Crops

  • Blueberry – 880 gold profit per crop // Purchased at Pierre’s General Store
  • Starfruit – 800 gold profit per crop // Purchased in The Desert
  • Hops – 365 gold profit per crop // Purchased at Pierre’s General Store
  • Melon – 340 gold profit per crop // Purchased at Pierre’s General Store
  • Tomato – 283 gold profit per crop // Purchased at Pierre’s General Store

Stardew Valley Best Crops Guide: Fall Crops

  • Rare Seed – 2000 profit per crop // Purchased at Gypsy Wagon
  • Cranberry – 1101 profit per crop // Purchased at Pierre’s General Store
  • Pumpkin – 440 profit per crop // Purchased at Pierre’s General Store
  • Grape – 420 profit per crop // Purchased at Pierre’s General Store
  • Artichoke – 390 profit per crop // Purchased at Pierre’s General Store
Note that the v1.1 update significantly increased the value of animal-based goods. Because of this, crops no longer outperform animals by a significant margin. Finding a balance between livestock such as chickens and cows, in addition to constantly investing in high value crops, is the best way to make money

 

 

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