Turnips have become one of the main attractions in the world of Animal Crossing: New Horizons, as the vegetable has become the most valuable item that players can acquire and sell to help improve their financial situations. This desire for turnips has led to players obtaining massive amounts of the vegetable every week when they go on sale. Unfortunately, these massive amounts are causing headaches for players when it comes to figuring out how to store them. Fortunately, we have some methods you can try to store your turnip supply effectively.
How to Store Turnips in Animal Crossing: New Horizons
Now, turnips can not be stored in your standard storage options for the title, which means that players have to get a little creative to have these vegetables in one spot where they can access them. You can only let them sit on the ground, which allows you to designate one or multiple rooms in your house to be a turnip storage area. This does cause a lot of space to be taken up in your home, so some players may not find its option too suitable.
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You can also build a turnip farm storage area outside with a building and fenced area where you can store your turnips to avoid storing them in your home if you do not want them taking up a large chunk of space where you live. This farm method will also help you when it comes to organization, as you will know exactly where they are instead of possibly forgetting they are in a room in your house.
There is then the option to store your Animal Crossing: New Horizons turnips by burying them. However, this method could result in you forgetting that you did indeed bury them with them not being out in the open, which could result in them rotting if you do not sell them before they begin to go bad. This method does avoid you having to use space in your house or having to build a whole different area for the vegetables.
There is no perfect way to store your turnips in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, but you can take some avenues to make sure that you have them somewhat organized and store in an optimal location for future use.
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