The Iridium Sprinkler is the best sprinkler in Stardew Valley when it comes to water efficiency. However, not all layouts are created equal and some will be more suitable for you than others. This guide will explore the different layouts of an iridium sprinkler, how they work, and which ones may suit your farm better.
What is Iridium Sprinkler Guide
Iridium sprinklers are quite the hot topic in Stardew Valley at this time. There is a lot of confusion about them, and they don’t seem to be mentioned until late-game either. So we’ll dive into what the sprinkler guide is all about!
The Sprinkler is a water sprinkler that will give you 100% coverage of any farm plot. It doesn’t matter what size the plots are, it will always cover them with an equal amount of water.
You can stack up to three iridium sprinklers per square and there is no limit on how many squares they’ll go in total! This means if your entire farm was set up as one big area, you could put three iridium sprinklers down for full coverage over everything.
The great thing about this type of irrigation system is that when stacked together or scattered across different areas, they all work concurrently so watering time goes much faster than other types of sprinklers (which would need to be rotated).
Iridium Sprinkler Best Layout / Setup
Iridium Sprinkler Range
Range: Up to 24 Tiles
Area: 5 x 5
It can water up to 24 tilled adjacent tiles in a 5×5 area every morning.
Stardew Valley Iridium Sprinkler Gifts
No one likes Sprinkler as a gift. Here is the list who does not like sprinkler as a gift:
Iridium Sprinkler Types
There are three types of sprinklers. In Stardew Valley, there are three different types of sprinklers. These include the “slow” type which looks like a water droplet icon; the “normal” type, which is an average watering can outline with a new-sprout symbol inside it; and the expensive iridium type, which resembles an hourglass shape.
Stardew Valley has 3 types of sprinklers:
Ingredients-Iron Bar (1)
Copper Bar (1)
This rain barrel can be used to water up to four adjoining tiles, every morning.
The minimum level that will be required for this sprinkler is farming level 2.
- Quality Sprinkler
Ingredients- Iron Bar (1)
Gold Bar (1)
Refined Quartz (1)
Specifications- If you water a single piece of farmland every morning, it can be used to irrigate up to eight adjoining tiles. The minimum farming level require for this sprinkler is 6.
- Iridium Sprinkler
Ingredients- Gold Bar (1)
Iridium Bar (1)
Battery Pack (1)
Specifications- Can irrigate up to 24 tiles in a row
The minimum level that will be required for this sprinkler is farming level 9.
Iridium Sprinkler Quests in Stardew Valley
No one asks for them in the quests.
Iridium Sprinkler Bundles Stardew Valley
They aren’t included in any bundles in Stardew valley.
Iridium Sprinkler Stardew Valley» Item Code/ID/Value
Item code or Item ID is 645 and value is 1000.
How to Spawn it using Animal Name?
You can spawn It by
- Bring Marnie’s Ranch to your own ranch!
- Speak to Marnie
- Buy any Animal (Chicken is the cheapest).
- Name this animal 
- Press “OK”
How to Spawn it using Character Name?
To spawn the game you will need to follow these steps.
- While creating a world, enter the name 645 for the animal.
- To get an Sprinkler, simply make your name a villager’s sentence.
Frequently Asked Question
Question: What is the best sprinkler layout for Stardew Valley?
Answer: In Stardew Valley the best sprinkler layout is to water in a square-shaped pattern.
Question: What type of sprinkler should I use?
Answer: The most common types are rotary and oscillating sprinklers. Rotating sprinklers have been around for decades and work well depending on how close you would like your plants watered. Oscillating taps spray more quickly than rotating ones but may reduce plant growth because they do not cover as much area at one time. It’s worth noting that there are pros and cons with each kind so it really does depend on what works best for your garden!
The sprinkler is the best choice for Stardew Valley in 2021. It has a stellar coverage area and can water most of your crops with one watering, which makes it an excellent choice for beginners or those who have limited time to manage their farms.