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Randomizing plantsRandomizing a plant changes the random number seed of the plant's random number generator and regrows the plant. This means that the plant makes some random choices differently the second time it grows, so you get a slightly different plant after randomization. Usually randomizing only affects some angles and branching decisions. Randomizing is useful for creating a bunch of plants of the same type that look slightly different for creating a composition. Tasks: Randomizing plants in the main window Randomizing a new plant in the wizard Randomizing breeder plants
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