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Pinata candy seeds

Pinata Candy is a weed strain . Reviewers on Leafly say this strain makes them feel giggly, hungry, and sleepy. Pinata Candy has 17% THC and 1% CBG. The dominant terpene in this strain is myrcene. If you've smoked, dabbed, or otherwise enjoyed this strain, Pinata Candy, before let us know! Leave a review.

Pinata Candy is a weed strain . Reviewers on Leafly say this strain makes them feel giggly, hungry, and sleepy. Pinata Candy has 17% THC and 1% CBG. The dominant terpene in this strain is myrcene. If you've smoked, dabbed, or otherwise enjoyed this strain, Pinata Candy, before let us know! Leave a review.

Pinata candy seeds

The other use of these weeds are to satisfy a requirement of a certain Piñata species. You should exercise caution with these plants, as they can attract other piñatas to eat it which creates seeds that plant themselves automatically, creating a cycle. A way to prevent them from growing out of control is to tap the flower head off of the flower and then breaking the seeds that come out.

However, their tendency to produce multiple seeds make it useful in economic ventures because the heads of weeds sell for high prices, alongside the seeds that they drop. Selling the weeds themselves to Lottie will cost chocolate coins as they have a negative base value, so be sure you sell only the seeds and heads. In Viva Piñata: Trouble in Paradise, the heads and seeds of weed plants have negative base values, and selling them will cost you chocolate coins. This makes it impossible to use weeds to obtain chocolate coins.

If too many weeds are left unattended then the weeds will take over the garden, degrading it by causing the value of the garden to plummet, all of the garden space by replicating themselves which prevents wanted plants from being placed in the garden, and most kinds of weeds injuring Piñatas in some way, attracting Dastardos to break your sick Piñata.

Weeds cannot be fertilized using fertilizer, and as such related bonuses and awards in the journal do not exist.

Weeds are plants that do not need to be watered or fertilized to grow and they can take over your garden. Their seeds are red and black and will quickly plant themselves if left alone. Oftentimes they will produce more than one seed upon dying, as well as having an ability to harm Piñatas and make them ill, either by toxic fumes, making them fight, or making them fart out Sour Candy which when eaten makes them sick. The Prickly Pear can cause a piñata to lose their Resident status. Weeds have a negative value, as when attempting to sell placed weeds to Lottie she will actually charge you Chocolate Coins in order to remove them. Weeds do not grow directly on existing plants, meaning that a seed must be placed in the garden in order for a weed to grow.

There are four types of weeds in Viva Piñata and Viva Piñata: Pocket Paradise, and eight species of weeds in Viva Piñata: Trouble in Paradise.

Pinata candy seeds

Costolot’s Store is the second shop unlocked in the game. Owned by Lottie, she provides a variety of items for your garden such as seeds, fences, decorations, pavement, and tools, in exchange for giving her Chocolate Coins. She will also buy items from your garden to her with the exception of weed seeds, sour candy, and in Viva Piñata: Trouble in Paradise, weed flower heads, which she will remove at a cost. Every so often she has a sale where all items are 25% off, this is the only store that does this.

The inside of Costolot’s Store in Viva Piñata: Pocket Paradise.

The inside of Costolot’s Store in Viva Piñata: Trouble in Paradise.

In Viva Piñata: Pocket Paradise Ivor Bargain is a part of her store. In Viva Piñata: Trouble in Paradise, items that were in Ivor Bargain’s store in the original Viva Piñata game are in Costolot’s store, and Ivor Bargain does not have a separate store.