Stardew Pressure Nozzle: Everything You Need to Know

Did you know that you can upgrade your sprinklers in Stardew Valley? With the aid of Pressure Nozzles, it’s now possible to extend this farming device. Here’s everything you need to know about this item and where you can get it!

A player trying to purchase a pressure nozzle in Stardew Valley.
We have to grind for more Qi Gems!

If you have plenty of tasks and you refuse to add another one to your load, you can always get a sprinkler to immediately water your plants. However, it’s evident that even the highest quality sprinkler has its limitations. So, how can you extract its best function? 

In this guide, we’ll discuss the function of Pressure Nozzles and how they can improve your sprinklers’ performance. Continue reading to discover more about them!

What is a Pressure Nozzle in Stardew Valley?

A player holding a pressure nozzle in Stardew Valley.
Here we already got one!

It’s an item that enhances the watering range of sprinklers. You can use it on all kinds of watering devices except for Watering Cans. Using this add-on saves you some money from purchasing additional sprinkling devices on your farm. You may also market this item for 200g.

Where to Get Pressure Nozzles in Stardew Valley?

You can obtain this nozzle from Qi’s Walnut Room, costing 20 Qi Gems for four pieces. Meaning, it covers the entire sprinkler. While it’s also a rare drop in the Skull Cavern once you encounter the Qi’s Hungry Challenge and Skull Cavern Invasion Quests.

Moreover, monsters like slimes also drop this loot in the Mines during the Danger in the Deep Quest or after activating the Shrine of Challenge.

How Does a Pressure Nozzle Function?

A player using a pressure nozzle in Stardew Valley.
Look! We’ve attached them to different sprinklers.

It has a straightforward function that simply aims to give players a sprinkler upgrade. While its range varies on the kind of Sprinkler you attach it to. Below are the changes in the area covered by these devices after adding the nozzle.

Type of SprinklerRange BeforeRange After
Basic Sprinklers4 adjacent tiles.3×3 (reaches all tile corners)
Quality Sprinklers3×3 (5 adjacent tiles)5×5
Iridium Sprinklers 5×5 (28 adjacent tiles)7×7

However, remember that you can’t place this item on these devices if it has an Enricher. You have to choose between the two add-ons to make it work.

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Video Games aren't exactly my thing, but upon discovering Stardew Valley, I learned to enjoy it. It's a really simple yet exciting game that everyone should try to kill time.

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