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All Rare Hybrid Crops in Story of Seasons: A Wonderful Life Listed

Enter the world of wacky and wonderful hybrid crops.

Story of Seasons: A Wonderful Life provides players with the opportunity to dive deep into hybridizing crops. Not only can you mix two crops together to create a hybrid, but you can also create two rare hybrids together to make something that has never been seen before in Forgotten Valley.

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How to Mix Third Generation Crops in Story of Seasons: A Wonderful Life

Before you can begin mixing rare hybrid crops (also referred to as third generation crops), you need to make sure that you have created the hybrid crops to do so. This becomes available once you begin Chapter 2 of the game.

There’s plenty of crops to discover, and below you will find a complete list of all rare hybrid crops in Story of Seasons: A Wonderful Life. But if you are unfamiliar with the system, the below will provide you with the information that you need to become a crop connoisseur. Otherwise, skip straight to the rare hybrid crop table!

How to Unlock Hybrid Crops

Story of Seasons: A Wonderful Life screenshot of Vinnie
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Once you have finished year one in Story of Seasons: A Wonderful Life and enter your second year. Takakura will soon tell you that someone slipped some seeds into his pocket when he was in the city. When he came home and planted them, Vinnie was the result. This three-headed, talkative plant will fuse different crops together to make hybrid varieties. He can also fuse flowers with a number of crops too! Vinnie will accept the crop in either seed or produce form, so it is really up to you which route you would like to take.

Vinnie is quite temperamental though, and he will not produce hybrid crops for you as soon as you meet him. You will need to talk to him consistently until he is friendly towards you and only then will he offer this service to you. This doesn’t take too long as you can talk to him repeatedly. You can also check how much he likes you on the same screen as the other Forgotten Valley residents.

The third-generation of hybrid crops will need you to have unlocked the third field as they require highly fertile soil.

All Rare Hybrid Crops Listed

Story of Seasons A Wonderful Life screenshot of the Third Field
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Below is a complete list of all third-generation crops in the game. As these crops are invented by you, they have no in-game name and you will choose that for yourself. So, they are listed in numerical order for your convenience.

Note:

There is no Crop 10. It seems to have been cut from the game at some point for reasons currently unknown.

Rare HybridGrows in SeasonMade By CombiningRequisite Hybrid Creation
Crop 1SpringMelomelo and Waturnip• Melmelo – Watermelon and Melon
• Waturnip – Watermelon and Turnip
Crop 2SpringGreetoma and Berrymelo• Greetoma – Tomato and Watermelon
• Berrymelo – Strawberry and Melon
Crop 3SummerGreetoma and Berrytoma• Greetoma – Tomato and Watermelon
• Berrytoma – Strawberry and Tomato
Crop 4Summer/AutumnGreetoma and Melomelo• Greetoma – Tomato and Watermelon
• Melomelo – Watermelon and Melon
Crop 5Autumn/WinterTurnmelon and Camelo• Turnmelon – Melon and Turnip
• Camelo – Carrot and Melon
Crop 6SpringPocaro and Tocarro• Pocaro – Potato and Carrot
• Tocarro – Tomato and Carrot
Crop 7Summer/AutumnSweeturn and Swarrot• Sweeturn – Turnip and Sweet Potato
• Swarrot – Sweet Potato and Carrot
Crop 8AutumnTocarro and Carberry• Tocarro – Tomato and Carrot
• Carberry – Carrot and Strawberry
Crop 9Autumn/WinterPomato and Pototo• Pomato – Potato and Tomato
• Pototo – Potato and Sweet Potato
Crop 11SpringBerrymelo and Turnberry• Berrymelo – Strawberry and Melon
• Turnberry – Turnip and Strawberry
Crop 12SummerTurnmelon and Turnberry• Turnmelon – Turnip and Melon
• Turnberry – Turnip and Strawberry
Crop 13AutumnBerrymelo and Tocarro• Berrymelo -Strawberry and Melon
• Tocarro – Tomato and Carrot
Crop 14WinterCarromel and Camelo• Carromel – Carrot and Watermelon
• Camelo – Carrot and Melon
Crop 15SummerPoturnip and Swarrot• Poturnip – Potato and Turnip
• Swarrot – Sweet Potato and Carrot
Crop 16SpringCaroturn and Pocaro• Caroturn – Carrot and Turnip
• Pocaro – Potato and Carrot
Crop 17AutumnSweetoma and Sweetmel• Sweetoma – Sweet Potato and Tomato
• Sweetmel – Sweet Potato and Melon
Crop 18WinterTocarro and Sweeturn• Tocarro – Tomato and Carrot
• Sweeturn – Sweet Potato and Turnip
Crop 19SpringMelotoma and Turnberry• Melotoma – Melon and Tomato
• Turnberry – Turnip and Strawberry
Crop 20SummerMelomelo and Turnberry• Melomelo – Melon and Watermelon
• Turnberry – Turnip and Strawberry
Crop 21AutumnBerrymelo and Carberry• Berrymelo – Strawberry and Melon
• Carberry – Carrot and Strawberry
Crop 22WinterBerrymelo and Turnmelon• Berrymelo – Strawberry and Melon
• Turnmelon – Turnip and Melon
Crop 23SpringPoturnip and Carroturn• Poturnip – Potato and Turnip
• Carroturn – Carrot and Turnip
Crop 24SummerTurnmato and Sweetmel
(Plant after 6PM)
• Turnmato – Turnip and Tomato
• Sweetmel – Melon and Sweet Potato
Crop 25SummerTurnmato and Sweetmel
(Plant before 6PM)
• Turnmato – Turnip and Tomato
• Sweetmel – Melon and Sweet Potato
Crop 26AutumnGreetoma and Sweeturn• Greetoma – Tomato and Watermelon
• Sweeturn – Sweet Potato and Turnip
Crop 27WinterStrawmelo and Pocaro• Strawmelo – Watermelon and Strawberry
• Pocaro – Potato and Carrot
Crop 28WinterCarromel and Sweetmel• Carromel – Carrot and Watermelon
• Sweetmel – Sweet Potato and Melon
Crop 29WinterMelomelo and Tocaro• Melomelo – Watermelon and Melon
• Tocaro – Tomato and Carrot
Crop 30WinterCarberry and Strawsweet• Carberry – Carrot and Strawberry
• Strawsweet – Strawberry and Sweet Potato
Crop 31WinterSweeturn and Carromel• Sweeturn – Sweet Potato and Turnip
• Carromel – Carrot and Watermelon
Crop 32WinterTurnmato and Melosweet• Turnmato – Turnip and Tomato
• Melosweet – Watermelon and Sweet Potato
Crop 33Spring/SummerTurnmelon and Waturnip• Turnmelon – Turnip and Melon
• Waturnip – Watermelon and Turnip
Crop 34Autumn/WinterPoturnip and Melosweet• Poturnip – Potato and Turnip
• Melosweet – Watermelon and Sweet Potato
Crop 35Spring/SummerPocaro and Strawsweet• Pocaro – Potato and Carrot
• Strawsweet – Strawberry and Sweet Potato
Crop 36Summer/AutumnSweetoma and Camelo• Sweetoma – Sweet Potato and Tomato
• Camelo – Carrot and Melon
Crop 37Autumn/WinterSweetoma and Waturnip• Sweetoma – Sweet Potato and Tomato
• Waturnip – Watermelon and Turnip
Crop 38Winter/SpringWatato and Turnmelon• Watato – Watermelon and Potato
• Turnmelon – Melon and Turnip
Crop 39Summer/AutumnCamelo and Sweetmel• Camelo – Carrot and Melon
• Sweetmel – Sweet Potato and Melon

All Rare Hybrid Trees

In addition to the rare hybrid crops in SoS: AWL, you can also create rare hybrid trees. Below we’ve listed out all the rare hybrid trees you can invent, in numerical order:

Rare HybridGrows in SeasonMade By CombiningRequisite Hybrid Creation
Tree 1FallGreach and Papple• Greach – Peach and Grape
• Papple – Peach and Apple
Tree 2SpringPorange and Granana• Porange – Peach and Orange
• Granana – Grape and Banana
Tree 3FallBanorange and Orapple• Banorange – Banana and Orange
• Orapple – Orange and Apple
Tree 4SpringPorange and Panana• Porange – Peach and Orange
• Panana – Peach and Banana
Tree 5SummerPorange and Banapple• Porange – Peach and Orange
• Banapple – Banana and Apple
Tree 6SummerGrorange and Banapple• Grorange – Grape and Orange
• Banapple – Banana and Apple
Tree 7SpringGreach and Banapple• Greach – Peach and Grape
• Banapple – Banana and Apple
Tree 8SummerGreach and Grorange• Greach – Peach and Grape
• Grorange – Grape and Orange
Tree 9SpringPorange and Grapple• Porange – Peach and Orange
• Grapple – Grape and Apple

Story of Seasons: A Wonderful Life does not hold your hand when it comes to getting into the nitty gritty of farm life. Not only do you have to find the hybrid crops through trial and error, but certain aspects of the game aren’t explicitly stated. Such as the ability to guide your child into the career of your choice.


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