Olive Town's Pioneers Best Crops for Autumn

Olive Town's Pioneers Best Crops for Autumn ...

In Story of Season: Pioneers of Olive Town, autumn will be a farmer's final opportunity to utilize crop-growing until after Winter. So in a stretch to make the most of farming while cashing in on the last season, it is essential for any player to ensure their crops are making as much money as possible. However, autumn may be another season of uncertainty and concern.

Several crops are guaranteed a positive return before the nights get longer and the snow starts to fall. In Story of Season: Pioneers of Olive Town, we ensure that no player is left struggling for cash before it's too late.

10 Melon

Although not usually an autumnal harvest, melons are worth the effort due to their numerous rewards. After a seven-day cultivation period, a single melon will return 525G, 656G for a 5-star, and 788G for a 10-star. So although one plant will produce one harvest, and one crop will yield one harvest, it's certainly worth the wait.

Melons offer the opportunity to mutation, producing a jewel melon rather than its standard crop. The rewards of a jewel melon are 1050G per standard crop, 1313G for a 5-Star, or 1575G for a 10-Star, which will relieve any uneasy farmer.

9 Carrot

Carrots are an excellent example of a suitable crop since they are strong enough to withstand the cold while also reserving a substantial amount of money in a pinch.

A single plant will only yield one carrot, and the crop will not grow again once harvested, but the return is worth the effort. 300G is paid for one base quality carrot, which then increases to 375G for a 10-Star vegetable.

8 Sweet Potato

Sweet potatoes are among the few autumnal vegetables that produce many harvests with one plant. A single seed can produce three crops without having to be replanted. A single sweet potato will return 384G, 480G for a 5-star quality crop, or 576G for a 10-star.

The sweet potato takes six days to harvest a crop, and it opens the door for mutation. If a giant sweet potato is harvested, the gold yield climbs to 768G, 960G per 5-Star plant, or 1152G for a 10-Star crop.

7 Eggplant

Eggplants are difficult to conceive of the colder seasons without, so any avid farmers should reap the rewards before it's too late. Eggplants are extremely beneficial for any autumnal farm, since they take only seven days to produce, yield three pieces per plant, and have the ability to multiply a harvest three times per seed.

A regular eggplant will return 110G for a standard harvest, 138G for a 5-star yield, and 165G for a 10-Star harvest. However, if the crop produces a round eggplant rather than its standard design, the gold return will double its original price.

6 Tomato

Although tomatoes may not be a lot from the start, their return comes in the form of better quality crops, better tasting plants, and three vegetable yields per plant. In addition, tomatoes can be grown throughout summer and autumn and are a fantastic harvest option since they take only six days to mature before harvest.

A standard tomato will reward a hardworking farmer with 91G, increasing to 114G per 5-Star crop and 137G per 10-Star crop. However, if a crop mutates into a giant tomato, this crop will return 182G for a standard quality, 228G for a 5-Star quality, and 273G for a 10-Star piece, making mutated crops always worth the risk.

5 Spinach

Spinach might be the answer to any farmer looking for something to make quick money throughout the season while also gaining financial stability along the way. Since it takes four days to grow and yields at least 240G per shipment, it's hard to disagree with these leafy greens.

spinach only increases in value when compared to its base gold return. A 5-Star steak will return 300G, and a 10-Star steak will return 360G. However, alongside its standard quality, the opportunity for mutation exists. If a farmer discovers a harvest of heart spinach, this crop will return 480G for standard quality, 600G for 5-Star, and an incredible 720G for 10-Star.

4 Bok Choy

Bok Choy may appear like napa cabbage from the top, but its return isnt quite as fruitful. However, with a nine-day cultivation period and two crop yields per plant, Bok Choy still has its drawbacks.

A single piece of lettuce will return 315G with a 5-star harvest, while a 10-Star harvest will increase this total to 378G. Additionally, this is one of the few vegetables that may be grown during the winter.

3 Chili Pepper

Every farmer needs to warm up as the weather begins to turn and the days get colder. Which is something a few chili peppers can assist with. These crops take nine days to grow and yield three pieces per plant.

Chili Peppers will grow in Area Two of the farm every autumn, meaning seeds will not need to be planted to benefit from their generosity.

2 Radish

Although radish may seem like an inferior cultivator, especially with their 30G profit per piece, they are more than meets the eye. A single radish crop will yield four profitable pieces, producing at least 120G per plant. If a crop produces a 5-Star quality harvest, a single radish will return 38G or 45G per piece for a 10-Star quality harvest.

A field of radishes would be a guaranteed money-maker because to their short growth time of only four days.

1 Rice

A field of rice may be a waste of time for any desperate farmer strapped for funds because to the fact that this crop can be grown from spring through autumn if seeds are planted towards the end of summer.

A single rice plant can produce six pieces, each of which will yield at least 83G. So even with little effort, a single rice plant can produce 498G. If the crop produces a higher quality yield, the base rate of 83G will increase to 104G for every 5-Star piece and 125G for every 10-Star.

Pioneers of Olive Town is now available on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and PC.