For the next guide we'll be covering everything you need to know about getting more clay in Stardew Valley, so let's get started.
What is clay in Stardew Valley?
This is a resource that you can use to make a number of things such as quality retention soil, one clay, three stones, luxury retention soil, three Clay, and more, as well as a particular farm.
How to get more clay in Stardew Valley?
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To obtain this resource you will have to excavate three types of terrain with the hoe: sand, dirt and artifact spots on Ginger Island.
You can also use the hoe in the first 30 levels of the mine to dig up carrots, artifacts, minerals, and clay.
Another place where you can find this resource is in the patches of worms in the ground and the opening of geodes.
You can also find clay on the beach and at Marine and Robin's house during winter.
It can also be received as a gift from Jas or Vincent during the Winter Star Festival. That's all you need to know about how to get more clay in Stardew Valley, so now that you know, we hope you can get the most out of this resource.
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