Just a bunch of Prized Oreganos in FarmVille 2. The count was 37.
Remember it pays to fertilize your crops.
This is what I was up to in FarmVille 2 – more prized asparagus, like 30 of them…not sure, but hey, you can count them yourself…lol
If you do the county fair, that’s at least 600 points and get like 6000 XP at every harvest. To accomplish this, get all the water and fertilizer you can get your hands on. A bonus would be if you can get some instant grow. However, you may incur some farmville 2 cash.
The bottom line is, happy farming. It beats the hell out of playing Candy Crush Saga and you don’t need to pay cash to level up, especially, if you’re not in a hurry to do so because you eventually get there.
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I never had this many before. But when you fertilized your crops, it pays off. Mastery gets achieved sooner when your crops are fertilized. When harvest time comes, this is what you get. In the County Fair, I netted at least 600 points in the last harvest and got a boatload of XPs to go along with it.
This is what I got when during my last harvest. You can do the same as well and all you have to do is get yourself a bunch of water and fertilizers. If you can get a bunch of instant grows, do that as well because you’ll get to harvest sooner.
Oh and get as many friends as you can on zynga.com if you want to get water and fertilizer. All you have to do is give water or fertilizer. I’m sure they do the same because they need it as well, like I do.
Well I gotta go. Happy farming…