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Dragging a plant within the breeder
You can drag plants within the breeder to copy them from one generation to
another. An example is: you have bred a few generations of plants, and you see two
plants you want to cross-breed, but they are in different generations. You
drag one plant to the other plant's generation (replacing a plant you don't care
about), then choose the two plants and breed from them to produce a new
To drag a plant within the breeder,
Click on any plant and drag to any square that has a plant in it. A copy of the plant you dragged from will replace the plant in the square you dragged to.
Updated: March 10, 1999. Questions/comments on site to email@example.com.
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