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Blueberry Seeds Item ID

The item ID for Blueberry Seeds in Stardew Valley is:

The above cheat code applies to all platforms including PC/Mac (Steam), XBOX One, PS4 and the Nintendo Switch.

Blueberry Seeds Spawn Help

Spawning items in Stardew Valley is not done via commands, but rather through a cheat in which you must set your character’s name, or the name of an animal, to the item code of the item you wish to spawn surrounded by [ and ].

Spawn Using Animal Name

To spawn this item using an animal’s name, visit Marnie’s Ranch, speak to Marnie and purchase an animal (we recommend a chicken as it is cheapest). Name the animal [481] and press OK. You will then receive the blueberry seeds item.

Spawn Using Character Name

You can only set your character’s name once, at the start of the game (when you create your world), for this reason we recommend you use the animal name method. If you do wish to use this method, first set your character’s name to [481] when creating your save. Whenever you speak to a villager that says your name in dialogue (for example Gus at the Stardrop Saloon) you will be given the blueberry seeds item.

If you need more help with spawning blueberry seeds, we have a detailed guide on our blog – click here to visit that page.

Blueberry Seeds Information

Plant these in the summer. Takes 13 days to mature, and continues to produce after first harvest.

This page contains the item ID number and spawn code cheat for Blueberry Seeds in Stardew Valley on PC, XBOX One, PS4 and the Nintendo Switch. Plant these in the summer Takes 13 days to mature and continues to produce after first harvest.

Blueberry seeds stardew

A melon takes ten days to grow and sells for 250g on it’s base, without quality or profession boosts. Since the seeds cost 80g, a single Melon has the minimum profit of 170g, and you can grow up to two waves of melons per season.

With blueberries, they take thirteen days to grow, and each blueberry sells for 50g, not counting quality or profession boosts. You get three blueberries per harvest, and you can harvest every four days. Blueberry seeds cost. 80g. Since each harvest of blueberries is worth, at minimum, 150g for the three berries, you make a first-harvest profit of 70g. If you harvest them again four days later, you bump that profit up to 220g.

This means that Blueberries are more profitable to plant than Melons if you have at least seventeen days left in the season, but to be safe I would go with Melons if you’re any later than the tenth.

Since you’re partially through Summer and still planting, I suggest Wheat- it costs 10g per seed and a Wheat sells for 25g (base). Processed, it becomes Beer very quickly, which sells for 200g (base). Being cheaper, you can plant a much larger field of it- and since your first Summer unlocks the Spa, you have a renewable source of free energy which can allow you to manage a much larger field even without Sprinklers, provided you’re willing to spend more time watering.

If you prefer the renewable harvest without replanting (blueberry option) but don’t have seventeen days left, Hops are also a good choice- the seed is cheaper than melons at 60g, it takes eleven days to grow, and you can harvest it every day. Hops sell for a base sell price of 25g, but can be quickly processed into Pale Ale (worth 300g), which makes Hops one of the highest return rates on your investment in the game. If you don’t process your hops, they become profitable after thirteen days, which is the same time as blueberries but less base profit. if you process even one harvest of hops, you net a profit of 240g in thirteen days (Time accounted for the brewing process of Pale Ale). If you don’t process your hops, it takes eighteen days to outperform Melons. By the end of Summer though, you will have Kegs unlocked.

Hops also have an advantage over Blueberries in that their quality rating is more reliable- only one blueberry out of a three berry harvest can have any form of quality enhancement since only one berry counts as the product of your harvest, while the other two are generated in addition. All berries suffer from this, as do Potatos.

If you only have eleven days and can’t (or don’t want to) process your crops- buy melons. If you have thirteen days but less than seventeen (and are willing to brew your hops), buy hops. If you have less than ten days, buy Wheat- it’s going to return your investment on a rate of at least 2.5 (And you’re going to get a lot of silver and gold quality with a larger field).

Hops carry the additional benefit of being one of the most efficient ways to restore your energy in the first couple of in-game years, at the cheapest and most reliable method. A gold star hop restores 81 energy, a base tier hop restores 45. They’re certainly my favorite crop.

Blueberries are 13 days growing then harvest every 4 days.

so plant on day 1 harvest on 14 18 22 26.

5 harvests thru day 3 (assuming you water on day 3.)

Melons are plant on day 1 harvest on day 13, plant on day 13 harvest on day 26

Melons sell for 250 Blueberries sell for 3×50.

Melons can be fertilized though. Blueberries 2 of the berries will always be normal quality so less point fertilizing.

Blueberries can be run thru the seed maker.

one blueberry plant at the start of the season is 12 fruit is 24 seeds is 960 sell price. for cost of 80

two melon is 500 for cost of 160. melons can be run thru Kegs or preserve jars. (so could blueberries but the amount of keg’s you’d need would be absurd.

a kegged melon with artisan sells for 1050.

so. melons actually produce more money than blueberries if you have the machines to run them thru kegs.

Blueberries require like 24 seedmakers to process an entire field of thousands of blueberries though. whereas youd need a keg for every other melon plant.

So going to assume basic fertilized melons worth about 350-80 per plant vs 960 for the blueberries.

if you only get one harvest of blueberries its 3 berries or 240, so you’d need 2 harvests to beat melons one harvest.

Of course if you plant a melon on day 10 it comes up on day 22 and you can plant a radish.

So 360 for the melon + radish vs 480 for the blueberry seeds.

if you were just going to go blueberries no seeds its

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