Farming is one of the biggest features of the Animal Crossing: New Horizons 2.0 update. If you don't have enough bells to enjoy the new update, you can buy Animal Crossing Bells from ACItems. Now players can grow their own crops. But some players still don't know exactly how this new mechanic works, so this guide will teach players how to grow their first crops and harvest food items from them.
1. Get starts
The first step in farming in ACNH is to get some plant starts. Players have five different types available, namely carrots, potatoes, sugarcane, tomatoes, and wheat, but they all have a starting price. Leif will sell them all on rotation for 280 Bells each.
2. Plants and water starts
After getting some starts, players need to continue to plant them where they like and use a watering can to water them in the Animal Crossing: New Horizons. Then they should return to the place where these plants are grown in the next two days and water them every time they visit. In fact, watering the crops frequently increases the amount of food produced when the plants mature, so it is worthwhile for the player to take care of them every day.
3. Pick crops
After three days of planting, players should find that they are ready to be harvested, this can be done at the player's convenience. Players can then continue to take care of their newly picked plants to produce more food, players can use these foods in many different ways.
4. Players how to deal with harvested food
One thing players can do with food harvested through farming is to plant it to create new crops. This means that players will not need to rely on Leif to maintain their farm operations, because if part of the output is replanted, the crops can be self-sustaining.
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