For some reason I’m seeing weird advice being given in game. The old canard, only pick milkweed when fruiting, used to be true but isn’t anymore as milkweed never grows back. You DO want to pick at least one fruiting and save some seeds in the event you want to farm milkweed if it’s in short supply naturally.
The most common misconception I’ve been seeing given as advice lately is: Always leave one berry on the bush. Some people are SO bent on this they refuse to listen to why that is bad advice. So I’ll say it here. Eat that dang berry! Unless or until you do, the berry bush will not produce more berries. It has to languish then be revived in order to grow more berries. Leaving all the berry bushes in your farm with one berry each is a surefire way to cause a famine.
Anyone else running into misconceptions and weird, non applicable strategy advice? Let’s make a list to bust those myths!