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~ Table of Contents ~
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

 1. Version History: What I did, and when I did it
 2. Regular Crops and Trees: How to get them; what to do with them
 3. Second-Generation Crops: What they are and how to make them
 4. Second-Generation Trees: More of the same
 5. Special Flowers and Tartan: How to upgrade your seeds
 6. Third-Generation Crops: See #3-4 above
 7. Third-Generation Trees: See above
 8. Selling Hybrid Crops: Pricing guide for selling seeds and crops/fruit
 9. Contact Info: Where to send comments, complaints, mistakes, additions
10. Credits: Who helped make this guide possible

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~ 1. Version History ~
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

October 6, 2005: Version .90
   --First uploaded version of this FAQ
   --Some pricing information still missing or possibly wrong for selling
     crops/seeds but otherwise complete and correct
August 30, 2006: Version 1.0
   --First finished version of this FAQ
   --Intended final
     --Complete except for possible error corrections as necessary
   --Filled in/corrected missing price information
   --Corrected section 5: Tartan will not mix an upseed flower with a tree
     fruit
   --Corrected description of berryber
February 27, 2008
   --Added information on the crop-shipping bin

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~ 2. Regular Crops and Trees ~
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

These are the basic crops in the game. You can buy the seeds from Vesta's Farm
and plant them to grow B-rank crops. If you want higher-ranking crops, you'll
have to buy fertilizer for them. It costs 40G a bag (which is considerably
less than it was in HM:AWL) and you'll need to use 4 bags to raise a crop one
rank. There are three ranks of crops--B is the lowest, A is about average, and
S is the highest. Plant and water your seed, then put one bag of fertilizer on
it. About twelve hours later when the little triangles completely disappear,
it's time to put another bag on. You'll need to get all of the fertilizing
done before the flower falls off the plant.

Use your crops for cooking, give them to townspeople as gifts (if you want to
marry Marlin, a good way to get him to like you is to give him any S-rank
crop), put them in the brown basket-type bin in the shipping room for Takakura
to take to town and sell, sell them to Van when he comes to town on the third
and eighth of each month (for crops worth at least 110G, you can haggle with
Van for a higher selling price), or save them (in your rucksack or in the food
storage cooler in the shipping room--after you start chapter 2, you will also
have a refrigerator in your kitchen where you can store food items) until you
get the seed maker and put them into it to get seeds. You can get the seed
maker from Daryl after befriending him or talk to Takakura sometime late in the
first chapter until he says he saw a machine that makes seeds for sale in the
city and order it from the ledger in the shipping room for 6000G. (If you want
to get it from Daryl for free, avoid talking to Takakura until you get it; it
may not be possible to get it from him in this game once the seed maker appears
in your ledger for sale.) It has twelve slots. Each slot can hold one crop;
each crop will turn into two seeds.

You can also buy tree seeds from Vesta's farm. They'll also be B-ranked; it
takes 30 bags of fertilizer to raise a tree one rank. They will have to be
completely fertilized before the tree matures. A tree takes one year to bear
fruit; it bears fruit for only one season and you'll get 30 fruit during that
season. However, trees do not die after the fruit is gone. If you don't cut it
down with the hoe it will give you fruit every year. The fruit will fall off
the tree and you can pick it up off the ground (it disappears after a day or
two so don't leave it laying there forever) or you can stand next to the tree
and shake it to make the fruit fall.

In HM:AWL, the seeds were the most valuable. In this game, not only is that
backward (except for the trees), but the worth of crops in general has gone
down considerably. The best way to make money growing crops is to get Tartan
as quickly as you can (see second-generation crops, below) and make the third-
generation "rare" crops.

|--------------------------------||-----------------||-----------------|
|  Buy Seeds from Vesta's Farm   ||    Sell Crop    ||    Sell Seed    |
|------------|------||-----------||-----------------||-----------------|
| Crop       | Buy  || Season    ||  B  |  A  |  S  ||  B  |  A  |  S  |
|------------|------||-----------||-----------------||-----------------|
| Tomato     | 30G  || Sp/Su/Fa  || 35  | 45  | 55  || 15  | 25  | 35  |
| Watermelon | 60G  || Sp/Su     || 65  | 75  | 85  || 30  | 40  | 50  |
| Strawberry | 30G  || Sp/Fa/Wi  || 35  | 45  | 55  || 15  | 25  | 35  |
| Melon      | 50G  || Su/Fa     || 70  | 80  | 90  || 25  | 35  | 45  |
| Turnip     | 20G  || Su/Fa/Wi  || 25  | 35  | 45  || 10  | 20  | 30  |
| Potato     | 40G  || Sp/Wi     || 60  | 70  | 80  || 20  | 30  | 40  |
| Carrot     | 30G  || Fa/Wi     || 45  | 55  | 65  || 15  | 25  | 35  |
| Yam        | 40G  || Fa        || 60  | 70  | 80  || 20  | 30  | 40  |
| Peach      | 180G || Summer    || 50  | 60  | 70  || 90  | 100 | 110 |
| Orange     | 140G || Summer    || 40  | 50  | 60  || 70  | 80  | 90  |
| Grape      | 160G || Fall      || 40  | 50  | 60  || 80  | 90  | 100 |
| Banana     | 280G || Summer    || 35  | 45  | 55  || 140 | 150 | 160 |
| Apple      | 140G || Fall      || 30  | 40  | 50  || 70  | 80  | 90  |
|-------------------||-----------||-----------------||-----------------|

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~ 3. Second-Generation Crops ~
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Any time after the beginning of the second chapter, on a day when Takakura has
taken something to the city to sell for you, follow him into his house at night
to trigger a cutscene where he shows you a plant he brought home from the city.
Its name is Tartan and it can talk. Talk to Tartan and he will give you two
options--talk to him, or analyze something. If you give him a crop or seed to
analyze he'll tell you about it--things like its rank and when to plant it. (He
does not like carrots and will only take them in seed form.) If you talk to him
a lot (it takes about ten minutes in real time) he'll give you a third option,
to hybridize something. You'll need to stop by and talk to him periodically to
keep this option. (If you come back and he doesn't offer you the hybrid option,
just talk to him until he does.) Compliment him or agree with him whenever he
asks you questions. (You don't have to be sincere. He likes empty flattery just
as well, as long as you tell him what he wants to hear.)

Once you have the hybrid option you can combine two regular crops to make a
completely new hybrid crop seed. (You can do this with either the actual crop
or with seeds--although if you put in a crop, you will only get one seed back.
It's better to put the crop into the seedmaker, get two seeds, and then make
the hybrid with the seeds.) These crops are useful for cooking and can also be
sold or given as gifts, or you can combine them with Tartan to make third-
generation crops. (Some of these "rare" crops have special properties or
influence your son toward a particular career! Others can be sold for 1000s of
G apiece. See the third-generation crop section for more info.)

If you put two seeds of different ranks in, you may or may not get the
higher rank for your seed. (If you put in a B seed and an S seed you might
even get an A seed!) Normally, though, if at least one of your seeds is an
S rank, you're more likely to get an A- or S-rank result. This is fairly random
so if it's absolutely crucial that you get a high-ranking seed, save your game
before you go talk to Tartan and if you don't get what you want, just reset and
try again.)

These crops will not grow in poor soil unless you use a gemsoil flower (see
"Special Flowers and Tartan" below).

*Note* Some of the names have changed from the last game. The tomaca is now a
trady (there are now 2 tradys; I'm calling the tomaca Trady2 to avoid
confusion), and the two berrytos are now a berrylon and a berrican.

Speed refers to how fast the crop grows: VF (Very Fast), F (Fast), SF (Some-
what Fast), SS (Somewhat Slow), S (Slow), VS (Very Slow). The actual number
of days it takes for your crop to grow depends on what time of day you plant
it and how often you water it. If you don't water twice a day it will take
longer for your crop to be ready to harvest (up to two days, in some cases,
for very slow crops like carrots).

|------------|------------|-----------|--------|-------|---------------------|
| Crop 1     | Crop 2     | Result    | Season | Speed | Looks Like          |
|------------|------------|-----------|--------|-------|---------------------|
| Tomato     | Watermelon | Gretoma   | Sp-Fa  | SS    | Green tomato        |
|            | Strawberry | Berrytoma | Sp-Fa  | SF    | Pink tomato         |
|            | Melon      | Melotoma  | Sp-Fa  | SS    | Yellow tomato       |
|            | Turnip     | Trady     | Sp-Fa  | SS    | Red turnip          |
|            | Potato     | Tobatama  | Sp-Fa  | SF    | Brown/green striped |
|            |            |           |        |       | tomato              |
|            | Carrot     | Trady2    | Sp-Fa  | SF    | Carrot w/green top  |
|            | Yam        | Yamato    | Sp-Fa  | SF    | Purple/green        |
|            |            |           |        | SF    | striped tomato      |
|------------|------------|-----------|--------|-------|---------------------|
| Watermelon | Strawberry | Berryber  | Sp-Su  | SS    | Red watermelon      |
|            | Melon      | Melober   | Sp-Su  | SS    | Yellowish watermelon|
|            | Turnip     | Raury     | Sp-Su  | SS    | Dark green turnip   |
|            | Potato     | Bashber   | Sp-Su  | SS    | Brown watermelon    |
|            | Carrot     | Cabber    | Sp-Su  | SS    | Brown-striped carrot|
|            | Yam        | Kashry    | Sp-Su  | SS    | Purple watermelon   |
|------------|------------|-----------|--------|-------|---------------------|
| Strawberry | Melon      | Berrylon  | Fa-Sp  | SF    | Green strawberry    |
|            | Turnip     | Dhibe     | Fa-Sp  | F     | Red turnip          |
|            | Potato     | Paberryta | Fa-Sp  | SF    | Brown strawberry    |
|            | Carrot     | Caberry   | Fa-Sp  | S     | Red carrot-green top|
|            | Yam        | Berrican  | Fa-Sp  | SS    | Purple strawberry   |
|------------|------------|-----------|--------|-------|---------------------|
| Melon      | Turnip     | Dhilon    | Su-Fa  | S     | Light green turnip  |
|            | Potato     | Potamelo  | Su-Fa  | SS    | Brown melon         |
|            | Carrot     | Camelo    | Su-Fa  | SF    | Yellow carrot       |
|            | Yam        | Sholo     | Su-Fa  | SF    | similar to melon    |
|------------|------------|-----------|--------|-------|---------------------|
| Turnip     | Potato     | Radita    | Wi-Su  | SF    | Brown turnip        |
|            | Carrot     | Cady      | Wi-Su  | SF    | Orange turnip       |
|            | Yam        | Kandy     | Wi-Su  | F     | Purple turnip       |
|------------|------------|-----------|--------|-------|---------------------|
| Potato     | Carrot     | Tataro    | Wi-Su  | SF    | Red potato          |
|            | Yam        | Bashota   | Wi-Su  | F     | Purple potato       |
|------------|------------|-----------|--------|-------|---------------------|
| Carrot     | Yam        | Kanro     | Su-Fa  | SF    | Purple carrot       |
|------------|------------|-----------|--------|-------|---------------------|

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~ 4. Second-Generation Trees ~
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

These are pretty much the same as the regular, first-generation trees, except
for the appearance of the fruit. They can be planted in any soil and will
still bear 30 fruit in their specific season.

|------------|------------|-----------|--------|--------------------|
| Tree 1     | Tree 2     | Result    | Season | Looks Like         |
|------------|------------|-----------|--------|--------------------|
| Banana     | Peach      | Magerum   | Winter | Yellow peach       |
|            | Orange     | Magenge   | Summer | Pale orange        |
|            | Apple      | Appage    | Fall   | Red banana         |
|            | Grape      | Gehju     | Summer | Brown grape        |
|------------|------------|-----------|--------|--------------------|
| Peach      | Orange     | Lanmuge   | Fall   | Yellow peach       |
|            | Apple      | Phurum    | Fall   | Red peach          |
|            | Grape      | Jurum     | Fall   | Pink peach         |
|------------|------------|-----------|--------|--------------------|
| Orange     | Apple      | Oraphu    | Spring | Red orange         |
|            | Grape      | Orahge    | Summer | Pink orange        |
|------------|------------|-----------|--------|--------------------|
| Apple      | Grape      | Phuju     | Summer | Red grape          |
|------------|------------|-----------|--------|--------------------|

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~ 5. Special Flowers and Tartan ~
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

There are three types of flowers that you can use with Tartan to give your
crops special properties. (This does not work with tree seeds.) Give Tartan a
seed or crop and a flower. Here's what will happen:

Happy Lamp flower: These are found in the summer growing in the grassy area to
the left of Gustafa's yurt. (You can also find one off to the right of Cody's
trailer near the pyrotechnicians' fence.) They are small and red and look a
bit like tulips. If you give Tartan a seed and a happy lamp it will allow the
seed to be planted in any season.(*Note* The crop that you harvest will still
be a regular crop that has to be planted in its normal season and will make a
normal seed. This effect only affects the seed you use it on. *Note 2* This
flower allows you to grow a crop in any *one* season. If your crop isn't
ready to harvest at the end of the season, and the next season is not one that
the crop usually grows in, it will die.)

Gemsoil: These are small pale-yellow flowers that grow near the dig site in
fall. (Look closely; they may be hard to see on some televisions.) They will
allow the crop to be planted in any soil. This is useful for the rare crops as
most of them only grow in fertile soil. (*Note* This one also only affects the
seed you use it on, not any crops that grow from that seed.)

Upseed: You'll only get ten of these red-and-yellow-striped flowers every
winter, so use them sparingly! One can be found on the way up to the dig, on
the left-hand side along the riverbank and another can be found near Cody's
trailer. Once you pick one, it will only take two days to grow back. Use these
to raise an A- or B-ranked seed to S-rank. (According to what I wrote in this
FAQ originally, this would work with tree fruits. However, I can no longer get
it to work and it has been confirmed that you can't mix a tree fruit and a
flower.)

Special S-ranking trick for fruit: In the last game if you put an S-rank crop
in with a fruit you'd get an S-rank fruit. This trick now only works with a
fruit and an S-rank turnip. Put the fruit in the first slot and the turnip in
the second.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~ 6. Third-Generation Crops ~
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

There are 24 third-generation crops that you can make by combining two of the
second-generation crops above. These do not have names (each time Tartan makes
one for the first time, he asks you to name it), they have numbers (1-25; they
skipped #10 in this game) and are commonly referred to as "rare crops." To
avoid confusion, when talking about them, most people call them "rare crop 9"
or "rare tree 7." That's also how they're listed in most recipes, so that's
how I've named them here. (You only get four characters to name your new crop
so I usually give mine names like RT01 (trees) and RC15 (crops) to keep them
straight.) The numbering system is completely different in this game from the
way they were organized in the last one; only the trees and rare crops 1-3 are
the same in this game (also 23-25, after you adjust for there being no 10.)

All rare crops have to be planted in the very fertile field at the back of
your farm or hybridized with a gemsoil flower using Tartan. (Get the very
fertile field--listed in your ledger as "great field" in chapter 2--by talking
to Takakura after Tartan gives you the hybridize option. Tak will say something
about clearing the shrubs at the back of your farm. Now you can go to the
ledger in the shipping room and buy the field for 20,000G.)

Some crops have special properties--for example, number 5, which looks like an
eggplant, will water the 8 spaces directly touching it whenever you water it.
Other crops will influence your child toward a particular career if you show
them to him.

*Combinations marked with a star (*) are ones that I have heard about from
other people/places/websites but that I have not been able to get to work for
me after repeated testing (at least ten times). So I can't promise they'll
work. However, I have at least one confirmed combination for each of the 24
rare crops.

|-----|-----------|-----------|--------|-------|------------|----------------|
| No. | Crop 1    | Crop 2    | Season | Speed | Looks Like | Special        |
|-----|-----------|-----------|--------|-------|------------|----------------|
| 1   | Melober   | Raury     | Spring | SF    | Green,     |                |
|     | Melober   | Cabber    |        |       | eight-     |                |
|     | Melober*  | Berrican* |        |       | shaped,    |                |
|     | Raury     | Cabber    |        |       | possibly a |                |
|     | Raury*    | Berrican* |        |       | bean of    |                |
|     | Cabber*   | Berrican* |        |       | some sort  |                |
|-----|-----------|-----------|--------|-------|------------|----------------|
| 2   | Gretoma   | Berrylon  | Spring | F     | Black bomb |                |
|     | Berrytoma | Melober   |        |       | (firework?)|                |
|     | Berryber  | Melotoma  |        |       |            |                |
|-----|-----------|-----------|--------|-------|------------|----------------|
| 3   | Gretoma   | Melotoma  | Summer | SF    | Peanut in  |                |
|     | Gretoma   | Trady     |        |       | shell      |                |
|     | Gretoma   | Trady2    |        |       |            |                |
|     | Gretoma   | Berrytoma |        |       |            |                |
|     | Melotoma  | Trady     |        |       |            |                |
|     | Melotoma  | Trady2    |        |       |            |                |
|     | Melotoma* | Berrytoma*|        |       |            |                |
|     | Trady     | Trady2    |        |       |            |                |
|     | Trady     | Berrytoma |        |       |            |                |
|     | Trady2    | Berrytoma |        |       |            |                |
|-----|-----------|-----------|--------|-------|------------|----------------|
| 4   | Gretoma   | Melober   | Summer | SS    | Eggplant   | When you water |
|     | Gretoma   | Kashry    |        |       |            | it, waters the |
|     | Gretoma   | Bashber   |        |       |            | 8 spaces       |
|     | Gretoma*  | Potamelo* |        |       |            | directly       |
|     | Gretoma   | Tobatama  |        |       |            | touching it;   |
|     | Melober   | Kashry    |        |       |            | cancels this   |
|     | Melober   | Bashber   |        |       |            | effect for the |
|     | Melober   | Potamelo  |        |       |            | Watering Can W |
|     | Melober*  | Tobatama* |        |       |            | until it has   |
|     | Melotoma* | Bashber*  |        |       |            | been harvested |
|     | Melotoma  | Potamelo  |        |       |            |                |
|     | Kashry    | Bashber   |        |       |            |                |
|-----|-----------|-----------|--------|-------|------------|----------------|
| 5   | Dhilon    | Camelo    | Fall   | SS    | Pea pod    |                |
|-----|-----------|-----------|--------|-------|------------|----------------|
| 6   | Tataro    | Trady2    | Spring | SF    | Daikon     |                |
|     | Tataro    | Cabber    |        |       | (Japanese  |                |
|     | Tataro    | Camelo    |        |       | radish)--  |                |
|     | Tataro    | Caberry   |        |       | Looks like |                |
|     | Tataro    | Kanro     |        |       | white      |                |
|     | Cady      | Trady2    |        |       | carrot     |                |
|     | Cady      | Cabber    |        |       |            |                |
|     | Cady      | Camelo    |        |       |            |                |
|     | Cady      | Caberry   |        |       |            |                |
|-----|-----------|-----------|--------|-------|------------|----------------|
| 7   | Kandy     | Kanro     | Summer | SS    | Green flat |                |
|     | Kandy     | Bashota   |        |       | bean/pepper|                |
|-----|-----------|-----------|--------|-------|------------|----------------|
| 8   | Kanro     | Trady2    | Fall   | SS    | Garlic     |                |
|     | Kanro     | Cabber    |        |       | peel       |                |
|     | Kanro     | Camelo    |        |       |            |                |
|     | Kanro     | Caberry   |        |       |            |                |
|     | Trady2    | Cabber    |        |       |            |                |
|     | Trady2    | Camelo    |        |       |            |                |
|     | Trady2    | Caberry   |        |       |            |                |
|-----|-----------|-----------|--------|-------|------------|----------------|
| 9   | Bashota   | Bashber   | Fall   | SS    | Yellow     |                |
|     | Bashota   | Potamelo  |        |       | yam        |                |
|     | Bashota   | Paberryta |        |       |            |                |
|     | Bashota   | Tobatama  |        |       |            |                |
|     | Bashota   | Tataro    |        |       |            |                |
|     | Paberryta | Bashber   |        |       |            |                |
|     | Paberryta | Potamelo  |        |       |            |                |
|     | Paberryta | Tobatama  |        |       |            |                |
|     | Paberryta | Tataro    |        |       |            |                |
|     | Tataro    | Bashber   |        |       |            |                |
|     | Tataro    | Potamelo  |        |       |            |                |
|     | Tataro    | Tobatama  |        |       |            |                |
|     | Bashber   | Potamelo  |        |       |            |                |
|     | Bashber   | Tobatama  |        |       |            |                |
|     | Potamelo  | Tobatama  |        |       |            |                |
|-----|-----------|-----------|--------|-------|------------|----------------|
| 11  | Berrylon  | Dhibe     | Spring | SF    | Jingle bell| Inf. music     |
|-----|-----------|-----------|--------|-------|------------|----------------|
| 12  | Dhilon    | Dhibe     | Spring | SF    | Maraca     | Inf. music     |
|-----|-----------|-----------|--------|-------|------------|----------------|
| 13  | Dhilon    | Caberry   | Fall   | SF    | High-hat   | Influences     |
|     | Camelo    | Dhibe     |        |       | cymbals    | music          |
|     | Berrylon  | Cady      |        |       |            |                |
|-----|-----------|-----------|--------|-------|------------|----------------|
| 14  | Cabber    | Camelo    | Winter | SF    | Turquoise  | Influences     |
|     | Cabber    | Caberry   |        |       | whistle    | music          |
|     | Camelo    | Caberry   |        |       |            |                |
|-----|-----------|-----------|--------|-------|------------|----------------|
| 15  | Kandy     | Tataro    | Summer | SS    | Garlic     |                |
|     | Cady      | Bashota   |        |       | clove      |                |
|     | Radita    | Kanro     |        |       |            |                |
|-----|-----------|-----------|--------|-------|------------|----------------|
| 16  | Sholo     | Potamelo  | Spring | SS    | Purple     |                |
|     | Cady      | Tataro    |        |       | onion      |                |
|-----|-----------|-----------|--------|-------|------------|----------------|
| 17  | Kashry    | Sholo     | Fall   | SF    | Yellow     |                |
|     | Kashry    | Berrican  |        |       | "super"    |                |
|     | Kashry    | Yamato    |        |       | yam with   |                |
|     | Sholo     | Berrican  |        |       | gray/black |                |
|     | Sholo     | Yamato    |        |       | tips       |                |
|     | Yamato    | Berrican  |        |       |            |                |
|-----|-----------|-----------|--------|-------|------------|----------------|
| 18  | Kandy     | Cady      | Winter | SF    | Red worm   |                |
|-----|-----------|-----------|--------|-------|------------|----------------|
| 19  | Melotoma  | Dhibe     | Spring | F     | Red        | Influences     |
|     | Melotoma  | Caberry   |        |       | light bulb | scholar        |
|     | Berrylon  | Trady     |        |       |            |                |
|     | Berrylon  | Trady2    |        |       |            |                |
|     | Berrytoma | Dhilon    |        |       |            |                |
|     | Berrytoma | Camelo    |        |       |            |                |
|-----|-----------|-----------|--------|-------|------------|----------------|
| 20  | Melober   | Dhibe     | Summer | F     | Blue       | Influences     |
|     | Melober   | Caberry   |        |       | light bulb | scholar        |
|     | Berryber  | Dhilon    |        |       |            |                |
|     | Berryber  | Camelo    |        |       |            |                |
|     | Berrylon  | Raury     |        |       |            |                |
|     | Berrylon  | Cabber    |        |       |            |                |
|-----|-----------|-----------|--------|-------|------------|----------------|
| 21  | Berrican* | Dhibe*    | Fall   | F     | Yellow     | Influences     |
|     | Berrylon  | Caberry   |        |       | light bulb | scholar        |
|-----|-----------|-----------|--------|-------|------------|----------------|
| 22  | Berrylon  | Dhilon    | Winter | F     | Purple     | Influences     |
|     | Berrylon  | Camelo    |        |       | light bulb | scholar        |
|-----|-----------|-----------|--------|-------|------------|----------------|
| 23  | Radita    | Kandy     | Spring | SF    | White, fe- |                |
|     | Radita    | Cady      |        |       | male figure|                |
|-----|-----------|-----------|--------|-------|------------|----------------|
| 24  | Dhilon    | Kashry    | Summer | SS    | Gray root, | Can only be    |
|     | Dhilon    | Yamato    |        |       | used in    | made from      |
|     | Sholo     | Trady     |        |       | some dishes| 6 pm-5:59 am   |
|     | Sholo     | Raury     |        |       | that call  |                |
|     | Kandy     | Melotoma  |        |       | for a "spe-|                |
|     | Kandy     | Melober   |        |       | cial" spice|                |
|-----|-----------|-----------|--------|-------|------------|----------------|
| 25  | Dhilon    | Kashry    | Summer | SS    | Tan ver-   | Can only be    |
|     | Dhilon    | Yamato    |        |       | sion of    | made from      |
|     | Sholo     | Trady     |        |       | #25 above  | 6 am-5:59 pm   |
|     | Sholo     | Raury     |        |       |            |                |
|     | Kandy     | Melotoma  |        |       |            |                |
|     | Kandy     | Melober   |        |       |            |                |
|-----|-----------|-----------|--------|-------|------------|----------------|

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~ 7. Third-Generation Trees ~
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

There are nine rare trees. Unlike in the last game where they all looked like
some sort of nut, or a cantaloupe that grew on trees, this time around, the
rare trees actually look like real fruit--there's a starfruit, for example,
and a pomegranate. (Some of them do not look like normal tree fruits, though.
One looks exactly like a canteloupe--a melon with a brown and tan rind and
pale orange flesh that grows on a vine, if you're not familiar with American
produce--and another looks like some sort of a red root vegetable, maybe a
radish or onion.)

These trees will grow in any soil (I think; at least, I have some of them
planted in the poor-soil field closest to the house and the middle on near the
chicken coop and so far they're still alive and doing well).

|-----|-----------|-----------|--------|------------|
| No. | Tree 1    | Tree 2    | Season | Looks Like |
|-----|-----------|-----------|--------|------------|
| 1   | Jurum     | Phurum    | Winter | Some sort  |
|     | Jurum     | Phuju     |        | of red root|
|     | Phurum    | Phuju     |        | vegetable  |
|-----|-----------|-----------|--------|------------|
| 2   | Lanmuge   | Gehju     | Summer | Green      |
|     | Magerum   | Orahge    |        | Coconut    |
|     | Jurum     | Magenge   |        |            |
|-----|-----------|-----------|--------|------------|
| 3   | Magenge   | Oraphu    | Winter | Red-orange |
|     | Magenge   | Appage    |        | Pomegranate|
|     | Oraphu    | Appage    |        |            |
|-----|-----------|-----------|--------|------------|
| 4   | Lanmuge   | Magerum   | Summer | Canteloupe |
|     | Lanmuge   | Magenge   |        |            |
|     | Magerum   | Magenge   |        |            |
|-----|-----------|-----------|--------|------------|
| 5   | Lanmuge   | Appage    | Fall   | Green      |
|     | Magerum   | Oraphu    |        | mango      |
|     | Phurum    | Magenge   |        |            |
|-----|-----------|-----------|--------|------------|
| 6   | Magenge   | Phuju     | Fall   | Dark red   |
|     | Appage    | Orahge    |        | buckeye    |
|     | Oraphu    | Gehju     |        | nut        |
|-----|-----------|-----------|--------|------------|
| 7   | Jurum     | Appage    | Summer | Yellow-    |
|     | Phurum    | Gehju     |        | orange     |
|     | Magerum   | Phuju     |        | starfruit  |
|-----|-----------|-----------|--------|------------|
| 8   | Jurum     | Orahge    | Fall   | Golden     |
|     | Jurum     | Gehju     |        | apple      |
|     | Orahge    | Gehju     |        |            |
|-----|-----------|-----------|--------|------------|
| 9   | Lanmuge   | Phuju     | Spring | Green and  |
|     | Jurum     | Oraphu    |        | yellow     |
|     | Phurum    | Orahge    |        | pear       |
|-----|-----------|-----------|--------|------------|

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~ 8. Selling Hybrid Crops ~
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Hybrid crops can be sold or made into seeds just like first-generation crops
can. Sell them to Van or put them into the crop-shipping basket to send them
off to the city with Takakura. (Keep in mind, though, that if you sell things
worth over 100G to Van, you can haggle the price up a bit. You can't do that
with things you sell through Tak.) The main reason I put this into a separate
section: I just ran out of space in the above sections. I have not listed the
haggle price for any of these because of the limited amount of space but I
have yet to find anything worth at least 110G that Van would NOT offer a
higher price for if you work on him long enough. If you'd rather not go to the
trouble, show Takakura a rare crop (not a seed) and he will put a basket in the
shipping room that you can use to ship your crops and seeds just like you use
the blue and white shipping bin to ship your animal products.

Note that adding a gemsoil or happy lamp to a seed increases its price by
around 10G and adding both increases it 20G.

How I came up with these prices: I sold one B-rank of each seed and each crop,
then checked the ledger the next day to see how much I made for each crop or
seed. Then I reset without saving and repeated the process with A-ranks, then
with S-ranks. Just to make sure the prices were the same whether you send a
crop or seed to town with Takakura or sell it to Van, I picked a few random
crops and seeds to sell to him (about a dozen or so) and other than the fact
that you can haggle Van for a higher price on some of them, the selling price
is the same. (The Rare 2 Crop seed would not show up in my assets book so I
sold them to Van. The prices listed there should be the same as what you get
from Tak, though.)

There are some inconsistencies in the pricing; some seeds are worth the same as
the crop they come from; the bashota's seeds are worth far less than the crop
itself. Generally, though, the seed is worth about the 10G less than a crop of
the same type and rank.

|-----------|-----------------||-----------------|
| Crops     |    Sell Crop    ||    Sell Seed    |
|-----------|-----------------||-----------------|
| Name      |  B  |  A  |  S  ||  B  |  A  |  S  |
|-----------|-----|-----|-----||-----|-----|-----|
| Gretoma   | 75  | 85  | 95  || 65  | 75  | 85  |
| Berrytoma | 50  | 60  | 70  || 45  | 55  | 65  |
| Melotoma  | 70  | 80  | 90  || 60  | 70  | 80  |
| Trady     | 40  | 50  | 60  || 30  | 40  | 50  |
| Tobatama  | 65  | 75  | 85  || 55  | 65  | 75  |
| Trady2    | 55  | 65  | 75  || 45  | 55  | 65  |
| Yamato    | 65  | 75  | 85  || 55  | 65  | 75  |
| Berryber  | 75  | 85  | 95  || 65  | 75  | 85  |
| Melober   | 100 | 110 | 120 || 90  | 100 | 110 |
| Raury     | 70  | 80  | 90  || 60  | 70  | 80  |
| Bashber   | 95  | 105 | 115 || 85  | 95  | 105 |
| Cabber    | 80  | 90  | 100 || 70  | 80  | 90  |
| Kashry    | 95  | 105 | 115 || 85  | 95  | 105 |
| Berrylon  | 75  | 85  | 95  || 65  | 75  | 85  |
| Dhibe     | 40  | 50  | 60  || 40  | 50  | 60  |
| Paberryta | 65  | 75  | 85  || 55  | 65  | 75  |
| Caberry   | 40  | 50  | 60  || 40  | 50  | 60  |
| Berrican  | 55  | 65  | 75  || 55  | 65  | 75  |
| Dhilon    | 65  | 75  | 85  || 55  | 65  | 75  |
| Potamelo  | 80  | 90  | 100 || 80  | 90  | 100 |
| Camelo    | 80  | 90  | 100 || 70  | 80  | 90  |
| Sholo     | 90  | 100 | 110 || 80  | 90  | 100 |
| Radita    | 60  | 70  | 80  || 50  | 60  | 70  |
| Cady      | 50  | 60  | 70  || 40  | 50  | 60  |
| Kandy     | 60  | 70  | 80  || 50  | 60  | 70  |
| Tataro    | 70  | 80  | 90  || 60  | 70  | 80  |
| Bashota   | 85  | 95  | 105 || 20  | 30  | 40  |
| Kanro     | 70  | 80  | 90  || 60  | 70  | 80  |
|-----------|-----------------||-----------------|

|-----------|-----------------||-----------------|
| Trees     |   Sell Fruit    ||    Sell Seed    |
|-----------|-----------------||-----------------|
| Name      |  B  |  A  |  S  ||  B  |  A  |  S  |
|-----------|-----|-----|-----||-----|-----|-----|
| Lanmuge   | 60  | 70  | 80  || 80  | 90  | 100 |
| Magerum   | 60  | 70  | 80  || 90  | 100 | 110 |
| Magenge   | 45  | 55  | 65  || 80  | 90  | 100 |
| Appage    | 40  | 50  | 60  || 85  | 95  | 105 |
| Gehju     | 50  | 60  | 70  || 90  | 100 | 110 |
| Phurum    | 45  | 55  | 65  || 75  | 85  | 95  |
| Jurum     | 50  | 60  | 70  || 80  | 90  | 100 |
| Oraphu    | 55  | 65  | 75  || 75  | 85  | 95  |
| Orahge    | 45  | 55  | 65  || 70  | 80  | 90  |
| Phuju     | 50  | 60  | 70  || 70  | 80  | 90  |
|-----------|-----|-----|-----||-----|-----|-----|

|-----------|-----------------||-----------------|
| Rare Crop |    Sell Crop    ||    Sell Seed    |
|-----------|-----------------||-----------------|
| Number    |  B  |  A  |  S  ||  B  |  A  |  S  |
|-----------|-----|-----|-----||-----|-----|-----|
|  1        | 105 | 205 | 305 || 55  | 155 | 255 |
|  2        | 375 | 475 | 575 || 225 | 325 | 425 |
|  3        | 105 | 205 | 305 || 105 | 205 | 305 |
|  4        | 1650| 1750| 1850|| 1550| 1650| 1750|
|  5        | 105 | 205 | 305 || 55  | 155 | 255 |
|  6        | 115 | 215 | 315 || 65  | 165 | 265 |
|  7        | 115 | 215 | 315 || 65  | 165 | 265 |
|  8        | 140 | 240 | 340 || 90  | 190 | 290 |
|  9        | 140 | 240 | 340 || 90  | 190 | 290 |
| 11        | 250 | 350 | 450 || 150 | 250 | 350 |
| 12        | 250 | 350 | 450 || 150 | 250 | 350 |
| 13        | 250 | 350 | 450 || 150 | 250 | 350 |
| 14        | 250 | 350 | 450 || 150 | 250 | 350 |
| 15        | 375 | 475 | 575 || 275 | 375 | 475 |
| 16        | 175 | 275 | 375 || 75  | 175 | 275 |
| 17        | 150 | 250 | 350 || 50  | 150 | 250 |
| 18        | 650 | 750 | 850 || 550 | 650 | 750 |
| 19        | 200 | 300 | 400 || 100 | 200 | 300 |
| 20        | 200 | 300 | 400 || 100 | 200 | 300 |
| 21        | 200 | 300 | 400 || 100 | 200 | 300 |
| 22        | 200 | 300 | 400 || 100 | 200 | 300 |
| 23        | 900 | 1000| 1100|| 750 | 850 | 950 |
| 24        | 150 | 250 | 350 || 100 | 200 | 300 |
| 25        | 150 | 250 | 350 || 100 | 200 | 300 |
|-----------|-----|-----|-----||-----|-----|-----|

|-----------|-----------------||-----------------|
| Rare Tree |   Sell Fruit    ||    Sell Seed    |
|-----------|-----------------||-----------------|
| Number    |  B  |  A  |  S  ||  B  |  A  |  S  |
|-----------|-----|-----|-----||-----|-----|-----|
| 1         | 100 | 200 | 300 || 100 | 200 | 300 |
| 2         | 100 | 200 | 300 || 100 | 200 | 300 |
| 3         | 110 | 210 | 310 || 120 | 220 | 320 |
| 4         | 150 | 250 | 350 || 160 | 260 | 360 |
| 5         | 100 | 200 | 300 || 100 | 200 | 300 |
| 6         | 100 | 200 | 300 || 180 | 280 | 380 |
| 7         | 150 | 250 | 350 || 150 | 250 | 350 |
| 8         | 100 | 200 | 300 || 190 | 290 | 390 |
| 9         | 100 | 200 | 300 || 80  | 180 | 280 |
|-----------|-----|-----|-----||-----|-----|-----|

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~ 9. Contact Info ~
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

I have personally tested most of the information in this guide. However, I'm
not a perfect typist and people do make mistakes, so if you find one here, let
me know. I also can't promise that the hybrid-crop combinations I have here
are the only ones in the game. So if you have some information I haven't got,
or a different way to make something I've already got, let me know and I'll
give you credit.

My e-mail address is:

star      dust
    and
sun shine
 at
Yahoo
     dot
  com

Take out all of the extra spaces and put it all on one line, written like a
normal e-mail address. (I write it out this way because I already had to close
out one e-mail address because I posted it on one website and a bunch of web
crawlers got hold of it and I ended up getting so much junk mail my computer
couldn't handle it all and died trying. Hopefully this way even if a spammer
*does* come across it, their computer won't be able to figure out what it's
supposed to be.)

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~ 10. Credits ~
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Lots and LOTS of research went into this FAQ. Most of the information here was
originally from other sites and for the last game. Mostly I just collected it
together in one place, tested it, and changed it so that it worked correctly
for this game. A big thank-you to:

http://www.hmotaku.net/?m=g&g=awl&p=awl-crop
   For much of the basic information on third-generation hybrid crops and some
   of the combinations that I didn't have/couldn't get
MiharuChan
   For discovering the most awesome cheats of all time, including the item one
   that made this whole guide possible
GameFAQs
   For hosting this guide and having such a great website in the first place
Neoseeker
   For liking my guides enough to ask if they could post them on their site
Everyone at GameFAQs' HM:AnWL message board
   For additional info, help, and encouragement :)
You, the reader
   For reading this guide; what would be the point of doing it if no one read
   it?
Marvelous Interactive and Natsume
   For making such a great (if occasionally aggravating) game and translating
   it to English

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