- (Under construction - needs data about the April 2010 additions)
Table shows the profit-per-growing-hour of CountryLife's single-crop finished products by the actual "growing" time (the time the crop took between planting and harvesting). Honey is not counted as a separate crop because it has no separate monetary cost and only a small variable production time. Table does not include products that require two or more crops with different minimum growing times.
Bold type shows the most profitable crop for a given growing time in the field, some of which rates may be eclipsed by crops grown in a greenhouse. Italic type indicates a time that can be achieved only in a greenhouse or with fertilizer or irrigation.
|Profit||1.8 hr||2.4 hr||3 hr||3.6 hr||4 hr||5 hr||6 hr||7.2 hr||8 hr||9 hr||10 hr||12 hr||14 hr||16 hr||18 hr||20 hr||22 hr||24 hr|
| Tomatoes -|
Table shows that you should never plant grapes once you have a weaver. Planting carrots instead will always produce more profit even if they wait to be harvested when the grapes could have been. (If they have to wait more than 10 hours, especially if it gets to 12, you would probably have been better planting wheat; hindsight is a great teacher!!)
Wheat shows up very well, being the most profitable product for any growing time of 12 hours or longer. If you are thinking of planting carrots but not certain to harvest them within 8 hr 30 min you may be better to plant wheat if you will be able to harvest it when it's ready.