Cucumber is one of the many vegetables in Coral Island that players need for specific activities and quests, and of course for selling it and earning Gold coins. In our case, players need Cucumbers to give it to the turtle in the ocean to progress cleaning the coral sites quest objective. So to make sure players are not stuck with the quest—to give players an opportunity to earn extra Gold coins by selling Cucumber, and for other reasons, we are here with our handy guide on how to get Cucumber in Coral Island. 

How to Get Cucumber in Coral Island

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In Coral Island, you can get Cucumber via farming. First, you must buy the Cucumber Seeds from Sam’s General Store, located in the Town area of Coral Island. The shop opens at 9:00 and closes at 17:00 (Mon-Sat). And on Sunday, Sam’s shop opens at 12:00 and closes at 17:00. 

You need 25 Gold coins to get one Cucumber Seed. Assuming you have that amount and managed to obtain the Cucumber Seeds, the next step involves using your Hoe to dig the ground and plant and water the Cucumber Seeds. The Cucumber Seeds will take nine days to grow and then produce Cucumbers every three days

Once the Cucumbers are ready to harvest, you can interact with it using the right mouse button. Doing so will harvest the Cucumber and add it to your inventory. 

That is it. Now you know how to get a Cucumber in Coral Island. While you are here, check out these other guides on the game:

Coral Island is a farming simulation game available in early access on PC and planned for release on Nintendo Switch, Xbox, and PlayStation platforms. 

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