What's the deal with berry mutations?

  1. I was gathering berries from my field when this scientist came around. All I did was plant an oran berry next to a pecha berry and a qualot berry was in the mix.

    User Info: zangetsu512

    zangetsu512 - 3 years ago

Accepted Answer

  1. Scientifically speaking, the plants cross-pollinated and produced a "mutant" species - they were in such close proximity that this happened.

    Therefore, if you plant two Berries of different types near each other, you may get a third type of Berry simply due to cross-pollination. If you want to prevent this, plant them further apart.

    User Info: KeyBlade999

    KeyBlade999 (Expert / FAQ Author) - 3 years ago 0 0

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