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Useful tips for Stardew Valley – How to make money quick (part 2)

Useful tips for Stardew Valley – How to make money quick (part 2)

Plan it right

Don’t just randomly drop those seeds, be wise of where you plan them as they can grow some extra bob if you are careful about your seed placement. For example, When planting cauliflower, melons, and pumpkins, plant them in 3×3 squares which give chance of growing a giant crop. You won’t know whether it’s worked until harvest day, but it’s worth a shot to give them some extra space. As you know, giant crops take up to 9 squares to growth.

Don’t worry about animals too soon

Although it is tempting to invest in livestock, it is a waste to streamline your money on that expeditions. Wait until you’ve got more gold rattling in your pocket. Investing money on them while you are still low in cash is a big mistake as you must also invest in building their homes, feeding and so on which is pricy. 

Especially when winter comes, you’re going to get stuck when there is not enough grass to feed growing menagerie which means you must buy costly hay from Marnie to get through the season. Each stuck of hay cost 50g and your animals will soon drain out your savings throughout the year. Is it a risk that you are willing to take?

Prioritise wood

You’ll want to start chopping down trees and stockpiling wood as soon as you’ve finished planting and watering your crops. Wood is a super important resource for unlocking new buildings and items; thus, try not to sell it unless you’re super desperate for cash, because you’ll quickly  need woods to be able to craft incredibly useful items like storage chests. 

Unlock the beach bridge first

Start repairing the bridge to the left hand side of the beach as soon as you’ve got 300 wood. The bridge give you access to the Tidal Pools, which is home of numerous valuable items like coral, sea urchins and other shells. Collecting and selling them for extra cash through your shipping box, or selling them directly to the fisherman, Willy, at his shop on the pier