Damp Mulch

Damp Mulch
じめじめこやし
Wet Fertilizer
Damp Mulch
Damp Mulch
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Introduced in Generation IV
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The Damp Mulch (Japanese: じめじめこやし Wet Fertilizer) is a type of item introduced in Generation IV. It is a type of Mulch used to make Berry plants dry out their soil more slowly.

In the core series games

Price

Games Cost Sell price
DPPtHGSS  200  100
B2W2  400  100
BW
XYORAS
SMUSUM
N/A  100

In Pokémon Black 2 and White 2, the Damp Mulch can be sold to the Mulch maniac in Mistralton City for  1000.

Effect

Generation IV

Makes soil dry out 50% slower, but causes growth time of a Berry plant to be 150% of usual.

Generation V onward

The Damp Mulch serves no practical purpose other than to be sold.

Description

Games Description
DPPt A plant fertilizer spread on soft soil. It slows the growth of Berries and causes the soil to dry slower.
HGSS A fertilizer to be spread on soft soil. It slows the growth of Berries and causes the soil to dry slower.
BWB2W2 A fertilizer to be spread on soft soil in regions where Berries are grown. A maniac will buy it for a high price.
XY A fertilizer to be spread on soft soil in regions where Berries are grown.
ORAS
SMUSUM
A fertilizer for growing Berries. However, it appears to be unsuitable for the soil in the Hoenn region and has no effect.

Acquisition

Games Finite methods Repeatable methods
DPPt Route 208 (Berry Master's house)
HGSS Goldenrod Flower Shop (after acquiring the Berry Pots)
BW Trade
B2W2 Hidden Grottoes, Join Avenue (Flower Shop)

In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 濕濕肥 Sāpsāp Fèih
Mandarin 濕濕肥 / 湿湿肥 Shīshī Féi
  French Fertihumide
  German Feuchtmulch
  Italian Fertilidro
  Korean 축축이비료 Chukchug'i Biryo
  Spanish Abono Lento




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