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Reason: Double-check ORAS yields for Lansat/Starf (the range should logically be divislbe by four, but mostly isn't).
This is a list of all of the Berries available from Generation III onwards by the statistics that control their growth. This primarily includes the time (in hours) for a Berry to fully grow and the number of Berries a plant can yield. In Pokémon X and Y, different Berries also react differently to different types of care (watering, weeding, or pest removal) during their growth.
While Berries are also available in Generation II, in those games, all Berry trees grow the same: a tree that has been picked will grow a new Berry when the in-game clock strikes midnight, and trees only give out one Berry at a time.
In Generation IV and Pokémon X and Y, mulches can affect a Berry's growth time, as well as other factors.
List of Berries by growth stats