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Can mutated berries produce berries themselves?

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If I cross-pollinated a Sitrus Berry and a Lum Berry, can the resulting Tamato Berry be used to get more Tamato Berries?
I know the answer is probably yes, but I want confirmation.

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Yes, a mutated berry (as an item in it self) is no differen from other berries, so you could replant the Tamato berry to get a Tamato berry tree.

Source - logic and doing this more than once.

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no problem :D