There’s a lot of calculation and math involved to figure out which crop is the best to grow in Farmville. Should you get the crop that takes 2 or 3 days to grow and gives you a huge reward for harvesting, or should you go with the quick growing crop even though it doesn’t give you as much of a reward.
Well let me clear this up for you right now. The quick growing crops give you HUGE rewards compared to the longer growing crops. For example if you grow strawberries over your entire 12 x 12 farm, you can get almost 300 experience points every four hours. Compared to a crop that takes 2 or 3 days to harvest, it’s obvious which choice you should make.
Now this isn’t to say the slow crops don’t have a purpose. If you can’t play Farmville every four hours, and let’s be honest, most of us can’t, then you should choose a crop that matches your schedule. Growing strawberries every 4 hours is VERY time consuming process. Not only do you have to play the game every 4 hours, but then you still have to harvest, plow and plant seeds over your entire farm. Even with the help of Farmville vehicles, this could take 15-30 minutes.
On the other hand, if you’re loaded with Farmville coins already and are just trying to level up to unlock more items you should just cover your entire farm with crops. Don’t bother with trees or animals because they don’t come close to getting you the experience points that crops can give you.
You might want to consider raspberries because they grow quick. Don’t be alarmed when you don’t get experience points from planting them because you do get points for harvesting them. They are one of the quickest growing crops in Farmville so you better have a lot of time on your hands if you decide to try them. Don’t waste another second wondering if your crops are going to make it. Find out how the everyone on the internet is blasting through through FarmVille at top speed. Go to http://www.squidoo.com/secretsoffarmville to learn more!