I thought of a strategy one can use when transitioning from summer to fall, but am not sure if I'm missing something because it seems almost too good to be true. Basically, on day 28 of summer, till all the land you will want to be tilled on fall. (you have an entire day to do this so it is no problem) Then buy wheat for every space and plant it on all the tilled land. On day 1 of fall, all your wheat will die, but your land should remain tilled. This should allow your sprinklers to wet the land that your wheat was on, plus, you don't have to till the land like you normally would on the start of a season. So all you would have to do is plant the crops there. It seems like a pretty good strategy if you want to grow something like cranberries, because it can be difficult to get down all the cranberries you want on day 1 of fall, and that's what you need to do in order to get the maximum five harvests without speed grow or anything like that. What do you guys think?