With tonight's launch of GagaVille in FarmVille, we see the launch of three new crops: Chrome Daisies, Electric Roses, and a crop simply called Crystals. Someone hold me, I think I might faint. Here's the full stats for each crop:
Chrome Daisies: Plant for 30 coins; harvest after eight hours for 70 coins; 1XP gained per square
Electric Roses: Plant for 40 coins; harvest after 12 hours for 100 coins; 2 XP gained per square
Crystals: Plant for 50 coins; harvest after one day for 200 coins; 3 XP gained per square
Luckily, as all three of these crops are able to be mastered, you'll have almost two months to get the job done - 55 days in total. There are new crafting jobs to go along with these crops, and you can learn all about them behind the break. As you might expect, there are four individual crafting recipes available with these new crops - one each for the four different crafting buildings a farmer may have on their two farms.
For the Spa owners, I would have to say this is one time where we're getting the best item of the bunch, as you can now craft the lovely Rose Flame candle using 2 Electric Roses Bushels, 3 Pumpkin Bushels, and 2 Iris Bushels.
For Bakers, you can now craft the Shiny Daisy Cake using 2 Chrome Daisy Bushels, 3 Wheat Bushels, and 2 Pepper Bushels.
For the Pub, we can now create the Spark Rose Mead, which takes us back to the Electric Roses Bushels. You'll need 3 Electric Roses Bushels, 2 Hops Bushels and 2 Pink Asters Bushels to do the trick.
Finally, owners of Wineries can craft the Crystalmist Wine using 2 Crystal Bushels, 3 Sugar Cane Bushels, and 2 White Grapes Bushels.
As these crops will only be available in the game for the next two or so months, you'll need to work extra hard (and fast) to master all four of these (or, two of these, if you're like most farmers) recipes in time to earn the Mastery Signs for each. Good luck for everyone that tries it!
Which recipes do you have access to? Which of the new crops is your favorite? Will you try to master all of the crops and the crafting recipes, or will you continue farming as normal? Let us know in the comments.