Beans are a popular vegetable crop in Stardew Valley. If you’re wondering how you can harvest the green bean, you’re in the right place. In this guide, we will take you through how to harvest beans in Stardew Valley.
There are a lot of crops that you can plant and grow in this farming RPG. The Green Bean is a great crop for beginners since it is easy to grow and also sells for a good price.
Without further ado, let’s find out how to harvest beans in Stardew Valley!
Stardew Valley – how to harvest beans
Clearly, in order to harvest beans, first you need to learn how to grow them! Most plants in Stardew Valley grow only at a specific time. Beans grow from Bean Starter and ten days to mature. It grows during the spring and keeps producing after three days.
To grow them, first hoe down the ground and prepare the field. You can use fertilizer to improve your chances of success, but this is optional. Next, you need to put your seed on the ground where you hoed the field. Make sure to water down the field with your watering can. If you have sprinklers, you still need to water down the field for the first day, but not for the rest of the days.
After planting, it will take ten days for your Green Beans to mature. During this time, you need to water your crops every day – unless you have sprinklers. Once your crops are fully grown, you will be able to tell by going close to them. You will see a green cross over a plant, which means you can gather it. The look of the plant will also change when it’s ready, and you will be able to see the fruits or vegetables on the ready crops.
That’s all you need to know about harvesting beans in Stardew Valley. Feel free to take a look at some of our other guides such as Where to find grapes and How to get Morel.