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[FIXED] Splicing doesn't produce new harvestable
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Product: The Sims 4
Platform:PC
Which language are you playing the game in? English
How often does the bug occur? Every time (100%)
What is your current game version number? n/a
What expansions, game packs, and stuff packs do you have installed? All EPs, all GPs except vampires, SPs: Cool Kitchen, Kids' Room, Laundry Day, Movie Hangout, Toddler
Steps: How can we find the bug ourselves? Graft one plant to another and wait until harvestables appear. I have waited up to 5 days between grafting and harvesting to allow for longer growth times for some harvestables.
What happens when the bug occurs? Only two harvestables are available on each spliced plant. In all combinations but one that I tried this is the original plant and the grafted plant. For example, when trying to create bonsai buds from strawberries and snapdragon, I can only harvest strawberries and snapdragons from the spliced plant. The bonsai buds never appear. The only exception to this is splicing lemons and pears - I can harvest lemons and plantains, but pears never appear.
What do you expect to see? I expect to see the original two harvestables plus the newly created harvestable. From the example above I would expect to see strawberries, snapdragons, and bonsai buds on my spliced plant.
Have you installed any customization with the game, e.g. Custom Content or Mods? Never used.
Did this issue appear after a specific patch or change you made to your system? Yes
Please describe the patch or change you made. Tbh, I do not know if this was the pre-Seasons patch or Seasons itself, but I had no issues before either of these were installed.

I have repaired my game, replanting everything and re-spliced, and still the harvestables do not appear. My plants are in a greenhouse in planter boxes so in/out season should not affect the harvestables. I have been able to grow pears on their own, just not on the spliced plant.

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