You'll need to be playing Farmville! I know, why would you be reading this article if you didn't already play? I just want to be sure you're in the right place... Once that's established, you'll want to use as much of your land as possible for planting seeds. Save room for your trees and animals, of course, but those things don't move, so PETA won't be calling you if you crowd your pigs and cows a little!
If you have access to your computer all day and have a few minutes to spend every 4 hours, plant as many blackberry, blueberry, or strawberry seeds as you can! While it's true that you earn two experience points (XP) when you plant a seed that takes at least one day to sprout rather than one for those that take less, it still makes sense to plant these berries:
You get 1 XP for plowing each plot and 1 for planting these berry seeds. If you keep up with them and harvest them every 4 hours (you'll want to plant something else before you go to bed, of course, or they will wilt while you're sleeping), that's 2 XP every 4 hours. Even if you just do this 3 times a day, you will earn 6 XP for every plot each day! Compare this to a seed that takes a day to sprout and harvest -- you would earn 1 XP for plowing it and 2 for planting it. That's only 3 per plot per day. As you can see, blueberries or strawberries are the way to go. As far as coins go, you'll make more with blackberries. However, if you're not to level 29 yet, stick to strawberries or blueberries (level 17) until you get there and can plant blackberries.
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