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The player grows a multitudinous variety of mutated Atomicrops.

Seeds[]

Obtaining Seeds[]

Seeds can be found in the Biomes and on the Farm. There is a chance for seeds to be dropped when:

Seeds are guaranteed to be found in certain enemy Camps found in all biomes:

The player will always start with 4 Potato seeds in the Farm basket, with more available to those who have unlocked the relevant Home Improvements.

Seeds also have a chance to be sold in the Garden Shop in Town. There are eight different kinds of seed bags: a Bronze and Silver version for each Biome. Bronze seed bags contain those seeds found in the biome's first section (Tier 1), whereas Silver seed bags contain those found in the biome's second section (Tier 2).
Pumpkin and Sunflower seeds have a chance to be found in any Silver seed bag.

Rose and Heart Beet seeds also have their own special locations: see those individual pages for more details on obtaining.

Using Seeds[]

The player's seeds can be seen in the Seed Inventory, located on the left-hand side of the screen. They cannot be viewed in the player's other (paused) Inventory, meaning that the player has to balance selecting and planting seeds with fighting Enemies.

Seeds must be planted in tilled Soil that is clear of Weeds, and take up one tile of soil each (with the exception of Fruit Tree saplings, which require a 2x2 square of tilled soil). Crops can be fertilized with Fertilizer.png Fertilizer to increase their value, which the player can do at any time before harvest. If four identical crops are planted in a 2x2 square, and each crop is fertilized, they will merge to form a Megacrop. Megacrops are significantly more valuable than regular crops, and can themselves be fertilized further to be worth even more.

Once planted, crops must be watered at every stage of growth, with Desert and Tundra seeds requiring less water (but taking a longer time to grow) and Plains and Jungle seeds requiring more water (but growing more quickly). Megacrops generally take twice as long to water as their regular variants. The player must also defend their crops from Enemies such as Slugs which will try to eat them, or from fire which will destroy them. When fully grown, crops will have a jumping animation, and can then be harvested.

Different kinds of Farm Animals can assist the player in growing crops: Cows, for example, are able to water them.

List of Crops[]

Most crops are sold for Cashews, the money being automatically added to the player's total on harvest.

Food Crops[]

Name Image Found In Sold In Price Tier Price Sold Megacrop Price Sold
Seeds Aloe Vera Small.png Aloe
AloeVeraYieldLAnimation.gif
Desert Tier 2 SeedBagDesert1.png Silver Tier Desert Seeds A Unfertilized: 10 Cashew.png
Fertilized: 30 Cashew.png
Unfertilized: 140 Cashew.png
Fertilized: 240 Cashew.png
Seeds BlackEyedBean Small.png Black Eyed Bean
BlackEyedBeanYieldLAnimation.gif
Desert SeedBagDesert0.png Bronze Tier Desert Seeds C2 Unfertilized: 3 Cashew.png
Fertilized: 6 Cashew.png
Unfertilized: 30 Cashew.png
Fertilized: 36 Cashew.png
Seeds Broccoli Small.png Broccoli
BroccoliYieldLAnimation.gif
Plains Tier 2 SeedBagPlains1.png Silver Tier Plains Seeds B1 Unfertilized: 6 Cashew.png
Fertilized: 12 Cashew.png
Unfertilized: 72 Cashew.png
Fertlized: 96 Cashew.png
Seeds Cabbage Small.png Cabbage
CabbageYieldLAnimation.gif
Plains SeedBagPlains0.png Bronze Tier Plains Seeds C1 Unfertilized: 3 Cashew.png
Fertilized: 6 Cashew.png
Unfertilized: 36 Cashew.png
Fertilized: 48 Cashew.png
Seeds Carrot Small.png Carrot
Carrot.gif
Tundra Tier 2 SeedBagTundra1.png Silver Tier Tundra Seeds A Unfertilized: 10 Cashew.png
Fertilized: 30 Cashew.png
Unfertilized: 140 Cashew.png
Fertilized: 240 Cashew.png
Seeds Chili Small.png Chili
ChiliYieldLAnimation.gif
Jungle SeedBagJungle0.png Bronze Tier Jungle Seeds B1 Unfertilized: 6 Cashew.png
Fertilized: 12 Cashew.png
Unfertilized: 72 Cashew.png
Fertilized: 96 Cashew.png
Seeds Coffee Small.png Coffee
CoffeeYieldLAnimation.gif
Jungle Tier 2 SeedBagJungle1.png Silver Tier Jungle Seeds A Unfertilized: 10 Cashew.png
Fertilized: 30 Cashew.png
Unfertilized: 140 Cashew.png
Fertilized: 240 Cashew.png
Seeds Corn Small.png Corn
CornYieldLAnimation.gif
Plains SeedBagPlains0.png Bronze Tier Plains Seeds C1 Unfertilized: 3 Cashew.png
Fertilized: 6 Cashew.png
Unfertilized: 36 Cashew.png
Fertilized: 48 Cashew.png
Seeds Grapes Small.png Grapes
GrapesYieldLAnimation.gif
Desert Tier 2 SeedBagDesert1.png Silver Tier Desert Seeds B2 Unfertilized: 6 Cashew.png
Fertilized: 12 Cashew.png
Unfertilized: 60 Cashew.png
Fertilized: 72 Cashew.png
Seeds Onion Small.png Onion
OnionYieldLAnimation.gif
Tundra Tier 2 SeedBagTundra1.png Silver Tier Tundra Seeds A Unfertilized: 10 Cashew.png
Fertilized: 30 Cashew.png
Unfertilized: 140 Cashew.png
Fertilized: 240 Cashew.png
Seeds Peas Small.png Pea
PeaYieldLAnimation.gif
Tundra SeedBagTundra0.png Bronze Tier Tundra Seeds B2 Unfertilized: 6 Cashew.png
Fertilized: 12 Cashew.png
Unfertilized: 60 Cashew.png
Fertilized: 72 Cashew.png
Seeds Potato Small.png Potato
PotatoYieldLAnimation.gif
Farm Basket, Weeds,
Dicey's Casino
N/A C1 Unfertilized: 3 Cashew.png
Fertilized: 6 Cashew.png
Unfertilized: 36 Cashew.png
Fertilized: 48 Cashew.png
Seeds Pineapple Small.png Pineapple
PineappleYieldLAnimation.gif
Jungle Tier 2 SeedBagJungle1.png Silver Tier Jungle Seeds A Unfertilized: 10 Cashew.png
Fertilized: 30 Cashew.png
Unfertilized: 140 Cashew.png
Fertilized: 240 Cashew.png
Seeds PricklyPear Small.png Prickly Pear
PricklyPearYieldLAnimation.gif
Desert SeedBagDesert0.png Bronze Tier Desert Seeds C2 Unfertilized: 3 Cashew.png
Fertilized: 6 Cashew.png
Unfertilized: 30 Cashew.png
Fertilized: 36 Cashew.png
Seeds Rice Small.png Rice
RiceYieldLAnimation.gif
Jungle SeedBagJungle0.png Bronze Tier Jungle Seeds B1 Unfertilized: 6 Cashew.png
Fertilized: 12 Cashew.png
Unfertilized: 72 Cashew.png
Fertilized: 96 Cashew.png
Seeds Tomato Small.png Tomato
TomatoYieldLAnimation.gif
Plains Tier 2 SeedBagPlains1.png Silver Tier Plains Seeds A Unfertilized: 10 Cashew.png
Fertilized: 30 Cashew.png
Unfertilized: 140 Cashew.png
Fertilized: 240 Cashew.png
Seeds Turnip Small.png Turnip
TurnipYieldLAnimation.gif
Tundra SeedBagTundra0.png Bronze Tier Tundra Seeds B2 Unfertilized: 6 Cashew.png
Fertilized: 12 Cashew.png
Unfertilized: 60 Cashew.png
Fertilized: 72 Cashew.png
Seeds Pumpkin Small.png Pumpkin
PumpkinYieldLAnimation.gif
All areas SeedBagDesert1.png Silver Tier Desert Seeds (Rarely)
SeedBagPlains1.png Silver Tier Plains Seeds (Rarely)
SeedBagJungle1.png Silver Tier Jungle Seeds (Rarely)
SeedBagTundra1.png Silver Tier Tundra Seeds (Rarely)
A Unfertilized: 10 Cashew.png
Fertilized: 30 Cashew.png
Unfertilized: 140 Cashew.png
Fertilized: 240 Cashew.png
Seeds Sunflower Small.png Sunflower
Sunflower1x1FlowerLargeAnimation.gif
All areas SeedBagDesert1.png Silver Tier Desert Seeds (Rarely)
SeedBagPlains1.png Silver Tier Plains Seeds (Rarely)
SeedBagJungle1.png Silver Tier Jungle Seeds (Rarely)
SeedBagTundra1.png Silver Tier Tundra Seeds (Rarely)
S 6 cashews per
fertilizer used,
up to 50 Cashew.png(total
300 Cashew.png per plant)
30 cashews per
fertilizer used,
up to 50 Cashew.png(total 1500 Cashew.png
per Megacrop)

Price Tier Values[]

Tier Crop price Megacrop price
A Unfertilized: 10 Cashew.png
Fertilized: 30 Cashew.png
Unfertilized: 140 Cashew.png
Fertilized: 240 Cashew.png
B1 Unfertilized: 6 Cashew.png
Fertilized: 12 Cashew.png
Unfertilized: 72 Cashew.png
Fertilized: 96 Cashew.png
B2 Unfertilized: 6 Cashew.png
Fertilized: 12 Cashew.png
Unfertilized: 60 Cashew.png
Fertilized: 72 Cashew.png
C1 Unfertilized: 3 Cashew.png
Fertilized: 6 Cashew.png
Unfertilized: 36 Cashew.png
Fertilized: 48 Cashew.png
C2 Unfertilized: 3 Cashew.png
Fertilized: 6 Cashew.png
Unfertilized: 30 Cashew.png
Fertilized: 36 Cashew.png

Fruit Trees[]

Fruit Tree saplings are a rarer kind of seed, which require a space of 2x2 tiles each to be planted. However, they will remain after harvesting, making them a potentially infinite source of fruit.
All trees can be planted together in a 2x2 arrangement and fertilized to form a Mega Tree.

Name Image Found In Price Sold Megacrop Price Sold
Apple
AppleYieldLAnimation.gif
Tundra Unfertilized: 12 Cashew.png
Fertilized: 15 Cashew.png
Unfertilized: 18 Cashew.png
Fertilized: 21 Cashew.png
Banana
Banana.gif
Jungle Unfertilized: 12 Cashew.png
Fertilized: 15 Cashew.png
Unfertilized: 18 Cashew.png
Fertilized: 21 Cashew.png
Date
Date.gif
Desert Unfertilized: 10 Cashew.png
Fertilized: 12 Cashew.png
Unfertilized: 16 Cashew.png
Fertilized: 18 Cashew.png
Peach
Peach.gif
Plains Unfertilized: 10 Cashew.png
Fertilized: 12 Cashew.png
Unfertilized: 16 Cashew.png
Fertilized: 18 Cashew.png

Other Crops[]

These are special crops which do not pay out in Cashews, but have other important uses within the game.
See the individual pages for information on finding these seeds.

Name Image Description Megacrop Benefits
Seeds Rose Small.png Rose
Rose.png
Harvested Roses contribute towards the player's RoseIcon.png Rose currency. Roses can be used to purchase Items at the Rose Market, or given to potential Spouses in exchange for Items and to pursue romance. One Heart Beet seed per day can also be bought in Town, starting at a cost of 1 RoseIcon.png and increasing linearly.
Roses cannot be fertilized, and merge into a megacrop instantly if planted in a 2x2 square.
Grants an extra Rose
Seeds HeartBeet Small.png Heart Beet
HeartBeetYieldS 0.png
Heart Beets are used to represent the player's HeartBeetFull.png Health, and each harvested heart beet restores one unit of HeartBeetEmpty.png lost health.
Fertilizing a Heart Beet plant increases the chance of obtaining a HeartSprout.png Heart Sprout on harvest, and collecting four will increase the player's max Health by one.
Grants an extra Heart Beet, and two Heart Sprouts

Defenses[]

These are not crops, but they are stored in the player's Seed Inventory, and must be "planted" on the Farm in the same way.
Defenses work instantly when planted, do not need water, cannot be fertilized and cannot be transformed into Megacrops.

Name Image Description Found In
Turret
TurretLoot.png
Turrets fire at enemies at a moderate pace for 15 damage. They can be upgraded if the player has various Items. Enemy Camps, Town
Rye starts with a Turret
Scarecrow
ScarecrowSelected.png
Scarecrows deal damage in an area and block bullets. They also push Enemies away, potentially helping to protect your crops. Enemy Camps, Town
Curret
TurretSuperALoot.png
Fires at enemies, like a regular Turret, but its projectiles are much faster and do much more damage. Golden Pupa

Crop Durability[]

Crop Durability is a system that is hidden from the player. It determines how long a given Crop lasts until being completely destroyed through being eaten or by being set on fire. The given amount of time a Crop will last is affected by its size and the current Year the player is playing on, with higher Years having Crops be destroyed faster. Note that none of the following information applies to Defenses, as they cannot be eaten.

Crops Being Eaten[]

Crop can be eaten by certain Enemies, including Slugs and Locusts. Each time a Crop eater takes a bite out of a Crop that given Crop's remaining durability will be reduced. All Crop eaters consume Crops at the same rate regardless of any of their individual attributes. The size of the Crop determines how long its durability is, with bigger Crops lasting much longer than smaller ones. All Crops of a given size have the same durability value; that is to say, a small Pumpkin will be consumed at the same rate as a small Prickly Pear. Crops cannot be healed through any means, including watering them or merging them to create a Megacrop. Similarly, the damage a given Crop takes carries over between all days and Seasons. Note that the following information is assuming that only a single Crop eater is continuously consuming a Crop. Multiple Crop eaters munching on the same Crop will destroy it much faster as a result. In addition, all of the following values are in seconds and are rounded to the nearest tenth for simplicity. For Fire Slugs, note that they will destroy Crops faster than the listed data due to both eating them and setting them on fire at the same time.

Year 1x1 Crop (smallest size) Eating Duration 2x2 Crop (Megacrops and small Fruit Trees) Eating Duration 4x4 Crop (Mega Tree) Eating Duration
1 15 45 135
2 12.5 37.5 112.5
3 11.5 34.5 103.5
4 10.6 32 96
5 10.6 32 96
6 10 30 90
7 10 30 90
8 9.3 28 84
9 8.8 26.5 79.5
10 8.3 25 75

Here is that same data but represented by a chart:

Crop Durability Chart.png

Crops Being Burned[]

In addition to being eaten, Crops can also be set on fire from certain Bosses, Enemies, Nitro, and the Siracha Soaker provided the watering upgrade was not obtained. Fire damage is similar to Crop eater damage, however it does not scale or differ between Years or different means of lighting Crops on fire. Instead, is it static across all Years and behaves the same regardless of whatever source lit the given Crop on fire. Like Crop eater damage, Crops cannot be healed through any means, including watering them or merging them to create a Megacrop. Similarly, the damage a given Crop takes carries over between all days and Seasons. All of the following values are in seconds. For Fire Slugs, note that they will destroy Crops faster than the listed data due to both eating them and setting them on fire at the same time.

1x1 Crop (smallest size) Fire Duration 2x2 Crop (Megacrops and small Fruit Trees) Fire Duration 4x4 Crop (Mega Tree) Fire Duration
16 46 136.5
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