|Days in Season||30|
|Requirements||Ship at least 100 Soybeans|
|NPC Value||420g (If sold to Chen)|
Pineapples are one of the Summer crops available in Harvest Moon: Sunshine Islands.
Pineapples are the most profitable Summer crop available, it even beats pumpkin's price for a single harvest. The player is required to ship at least 100 soybeans before being able to purchase the seeds.
The absolute best way to utilize pineapples is to grow them in the greenhouse and sell them as Pineapple Juice. A large greenhouse maxed out with pineapples will gain you 500,000 G per harvest (if turned into Pineapple Juice.)
See crop information for minimum points required for S rank crops.
|Sunny - 3 Sun Points||Clear - 2 Sun Points||Cloudy - 1 Sun Point|
|Drizzle - 1 Water Point||Rainy - 2 Water Points||Snowy - 2 Water Points||Hurricane - 3 Water Points|
The weather effects adds up the day it occurs. Therefore if you plant your seeds while it is rainy outside. It gets +2 water, but +0 sun points since there is no sun during rain. If it meets the minimum requirements, the next day it will switch to the next seed stage. Any extra weather points from the previous seed stage will not carry over.
Your watering can is able to water up to +2 water points, but if upgraded can push to a possible +3 water points. For the most part it is completely unnecessary to have +3 water since most crops only need an average of 3 water points per seed stage. Over watering leads to lower quality crops.
For the greenhouse, the outdoor weather does not affect the crops indoors. Sun points would be controlled by how many sunstones you have on the greenhouse.
- 5 Days
- 12 to 34 Sun Points
- 5 to 15 Water Points
First Sprout Stage
- 5 Days
- 12 to 29 Sun Points
- 6 to 19 Water Points
Second Sprout Stage
- 5 Days
- 10 to 34 Sun Points
- 6 to 15 Water Points
- Dies if it receives more than 19 Sun and/or 11 Water Points in 10 days
- Dies if not harvested after 10 days
- When Harvested, returns to beginning of Second Sprout Stage
|Go to Spring Crops • Tomato • Corn • Onion • Pumpkin • Pineapple • Go to Fall Crops|