Minecraft farmland

This article is about the block. For farms in villages, see Farm. For the practice of producing resources, see Farming.

Farmland JE4 BE6.pngMoist Farmland JE4 BE4.png

Farmland is a block on which seeds, root vegetables, and most saplings can be planted and grown.

Obtaining[]

Breaking[]

When mined (even with a Silk Touch tool), farmland drops dirt. In Java Edition, it can be obtained only from the inventory using commands to obtain it from the inventory, the Creativeinventory or the pick block control.

Block Farmland
Hardness 0.6
Tool
Breaking time[A]
Default 0.9
Wooden0.45
Stone0.25
Iron0.15
Diamond0.15
Netherite0.1
Golden0.1
  1. ↑Times are for unenchanted tools as wielded by players with no status effects, measured in seconds. For more information, see Breaking § Speed.

Natural generation[]

Farmland occurs naturally in villages where wheat, potatoes, carrots, beetroots, pumpkin stem, and melon stem are grown. Patches of farmland are surrounded by logs or sandstone, spruce trapdoor, and cobblestone. They also naturally occur in woodland mansions.

Post-generation[]

A player may create a block of farmland by using a hoe on a dirt block, grass block, or dirt path.

Usage[]

Farmland is required to grow six of the game's types of crops.

Plants such as saplings, ferns, tall grass and flowers may be planted on farmland. Mushrooms, sugar cane, and cacti cannot be planted on farmland.

In Java Edition, acacia saplings don't grow on farmland and 2×2 trees cannot be grown if the northwest sapling is on farmland.

In Bedrock Edition, 2×2 giant spruce trees and giant jungle trees don't grow if the northwest sapling is on farmland.

Hydration[]

A farmland block is created dry, and eventually reverts back to dirt if not hydrated and nothing is planted on it.

To become hydrated, water must be present:

  • up to four blocks away horizontally from the farmland block, including diagonals, and
  • at the same level or one block above the farmland block level.

The blocks between the farmland block and the water make no difference. Flowing water hydrates farmland the same as water source blocks.

The rate at which farmland becomes hydrated cannot be changed. Each farmland block within a 9×9 grid of farmland with a single water block in the middle has exactly the same chance of becoming hydrated as a single farmland block in an ocean.

Farmland can also be hydrated by rain.

Different types of seeds grow faster on hydrated farmland than on dry farmland. Hydrated farmland yields a fully developed wheat crop in a little over a single day/night cycle.

Decay[]

Farmland eventually decays into normal dirt if is dehydrated and nothing is planted in it. Additionally, a farmland block becomes a dirt block, regardless of its state of hydration, if any of the following occur:

  • The player or any mob jumps/falls on the block (with a greater chance as falling speed increases).
    • In Java Edition, mobs smaller than 0.512 cubic block cannot destroy farmland. This includes parrots, rabbits, chickens, bats, ocelots, wolves, foxes, cave spiders, endermites, silverfish, baby mobs, small slimes, and small magma cubes.
  • A piston arm is extended over a farmland block.
  • A piston pushes a farmland block down.
  • A solid block covers the top surface of the farmland block such as when pumpkin or melon blocks appear or trees grow.
  • An enderman teleports directly on top of a farmland block.
  • Snow falls directly on top of a farmland block.
  • A ravager steps on it.

When farmland decays, any crops growing on the block are dropped as items, as if they were harvested.

Sounds[]

Java Edition:

Data values[]

ID[]

Java Edition:

Bedrock Edition:

NameResource locationNumeric ID FormTranslation key
FarmlandBlock & Item

Metadata[]

See also: Data values

In Bedrock Edition, farmland uses the following data values:

ValueMeaning
0 Dry land
1 to 7 Increasing levels of wetness. The wetness value counts down to 0 while the farmland does not have access to water. The wet texture is used only on level 7. Newly hydrated farmland jumps from 0 to 7.

Block states[]

See also: Block states

NameDefault valueAllowed valuesDescription
moisture‌[JE only]
moisturized_amount‌[BE only]






Not fully-hydrated.
Fully-hydrated.

Advancements[]

Icon Advancement In-game description Parent Actual requirements (if different)Resource location
Advancement-plain-raw.pngA Seedy Place
Plant a seed and watch it grow HusbandryPlant one of these 5 crops: Other crops and plants, if any, can be planted, but are ignored for this advancement.

History[]

Java Edition Classic
May 21, 2009Notch shows interest in adding farmland.
Java Edition Indev
20100206Farmland JE1 BE1.pngMoist Farmland JE1 BE1.png Added farmland.
There is currently a bug that allows players to destroy any block (even bedrock) by placing a dirt block under a block, tilling the dirt, and planting seeds on the dirt. This causes the block above the tilled dirt to disappear without giving a resource.
Java Edition Alpha
v1.0.17Fences can now be placed below farmland to prevent it from decaying.
v1.1.1Sneaking on farmland now also prevents it from decaying.
Java Edition Beta
1.2The block destruction bug for farmland has been fixed.
1.6Farmland can now be dug faster using a shovel.
1.7Farmland JE2.pngMoist Farmland JE2.png The model of farmland has been changed.
1.8Pre-releaseDropped farmland items no longer appear larger than normal blocks.
Java Edition
?Farmland with a crop on top no longer reverts to dirt (destroying the crop) due to dehydration, although it still can via trampling.
1.0.0Beta 1.9 Prerelease 5Farmland JE3 BE3.pngMoist Farmland JE3 BE3.png The texture of dirt has been changed.
Beta 1.9 Prerelease 6Farmland can now decay even if fences are placed below it.
1.111w48aAs a response to the bug fix in Beta 1.9 Prerelease 6, farmland can now be trampled only if the player jumps onto it; walking no longer affects it. Animals, villagers, and other mobs can now similarly trample farmland by jumping on it, but not by walking.
11w49aParticles and items no longer destroy farmland.
Melon and pumpkin blocks no longer need farmland to spawn onto, as they can now grow on normal dirt or grass blocks.
1.814w25aMissing Model (inventory) JE1.png Farmland no longer has an item model.
1.915w31aFarmland has an item model again.[1]
15w46aSmall mobs no longer turn farmland to dirt by falling on it.
1.10.1releaseFarmland has now been reduced from a full block tall to 1516.
1.1116w38aUsing pick block now gives the player the farmland itself instead of dirt.
16w39aFarmland now generates in woodland mansions.
1.1317w47aFarmland is now available in the creativeinventory.
Prior to The Flattening, this block's numeral ID was 60.
1.1418w43aFarmland JE4 BE6.pngMoist Farmland JE4 BE4.png The texture of farmland has been changed.
1.1519w36aBlocks that can now be manually placed on farmland without turning it into dirt can now also be pushed into it by a piston without turning the farmland under the block the piston has pushed into dirt.
Pre-Release 2Farmland now suffocates mobs.
Pre-Release 3Farmland no longer suffocates mobs.
?Farmland once again suffocates mobs.
Pocket Edition Alpha
v0.1.0Farmland JE1 BE1.pngMoist Farmland JE1 BE1.png Added farmland. It was unobtainable at the time.
v0.2.0Farmland BE2.pngMoist Farmland BE2.png The texture of dirt has been changed.
v0.4.0Farmland JE3 BE3.pngMoist Farmland JE3 BE3.png The model of farmland has been changed.
Farmland can now be created by using a hoe on dirt or grass blocks.
v0.5.0Farmland can now be trampled into dirt when jumped on.
v0.9.0build 1Farmland now naturally generates in villages.
Pocket Edition
1.1.0alpha 1.1.0.0Farmland now generates in woodland mansions.
Bedrock Edition
?Farmland BE4.png Farmland with hydration values between 1 and 6 now uses coarse dirt as the side texture.
1.10.0beta 1.10.0.3Farmland BE5.pngMoist Farmland JE4 BE4.png The texture of farmland has been changed.
Farmland is now used as the job site block for farmer villagers.
1.11.0beta 1.11.0.1Farmland is no longer used as the job site block for farmer villagers.
1.12.0beta 1.12.0.2Farmland JE4 BE6.png Dry farmland no longer uses coarse dirt as the side texture.[2]
1.16.100beta 1.16.100.50Farmland can now be obtained from the creative inventory.
Legacy Console Edition
TU1CU1 1.0 Patch 11.0.1Farmland JE3 BE3.png Added farmland.
TU55CU47 1.54 Patch 251.0.5Farmland is now obtainable if the player uses "pick block" on it in creative mode.
1.90 Farmland JE4 BE6.png The texture of farmland has been changed.
New Nintendo 3DS Edition
0.1.0Farmland JE3 BE3.png Added farmland.

Issues[]

Issues relating to "Farmland" are maintained on the bug tracker. Report issues there.

Trivia[]

  • Ladders and torches cannot be attached to the side of a farmland block, but signs can.
  • Farmland is not trampled when walking onto it from a slab next to it.
  • Farmland does not revert to dirt if the player jumps onto it, if a block is two blocks above the farmland being jumped on.
  • Farmland in Bedrock Edition is a full block, therefore a hopper cannot pick up items on a farmland block from underneath it.
  • According to the developer, Xilefian, "there's code that makes [crops] grow faster if they're in rows with a space between them" [3]

See also[]

References[]

Sours: https://minecraft.fandom.com/wiki/Farmland

Growing Plants in Minecraft

wheat

Farmland

Many types of plant require Farmland to grow on. Farmland is made by working on grass or dirt blocks with a hoe. Farmland looks similar to dirt, but the block isn’t quite as tall.

farmland in minecraft

Farmland that remains unplanted for too long, or that is jumped on (by players or mobs) will revert to dirt.

Irrigation

Farmland within 4 blocks of water will become irrigated (or “hydrated”. Most crops grow better on irrigated farmland than on dry.

Lighting

Most crops need light to grow. If you plant them outdoors, they will grow during the day, but if you add additional light they will grow at night too.

Indoors or underground, crops will only grow if you provide artificial light for them.

Bone Meal

Many crops can be fertilised with Bone Meal to make them grow faster. Bone Meal is made from skeleton bones, and when you right click to apply it to your crop there is a chance of it growing.

wheat

Wheat

Wheat is probably the first crop you will grow.

wheat seeds

Seeds

First you will need seeds — you can get these by breaking blocks of long grass. You will also get more seeds when you harvest your wheat, so you only need a few to start with.

Planting your first crop

First make a hoe:

crafting: hoe

…and prepare some ground next to some water. Plant your seeds and wait for them to grow. Place a torch next to your crops so that they keep growing at night and are ready sooner.

first wheat

Your first wheat farm will probably look like this!

If you can find some bones, make Bone Meal and fertilise your crops. Two applications will usually ripen your wheat fully. If not, you’ll have to wait.

It’s ready when it turns golden:

wheat growth

When you harvest your wheat, you will get the wheat item (for cooking or feeding to sheep and cows) plus more seeds than you started with. You will be able to plant a bigger farm next time!

Larger fields

One block of water will irrigate 80 blocks of farmland:

TIP: place a lily pad on the water so you don’t fall in when harvesting and replanting your wheat.

TIP: you can harvest wheat more quickly by pouring water over your field. Re-planting still has to be done block by block, though.

Melons and Pumpkins

Large Melon Farm

Melons are a useful food source, and are used in brewing potions. Pumpkins are not edible, but can be worn as a helmet for protection against Endermen. Pumpkins are also used for crafting Jack’o’Lanterns, a decorative lighting fixture, and snow golems and iron golems

Seeds

Melon and pumpkin seeds can both be found in chests in dungeons and abandoned mine shafts. Pumpkins can also sometimes be found growing wild and melon seeds might be available from NPC villagers.

Melon seeds and pumpkin seeds can be crafted from melon slices and pumpkins.

Planting

Seeds must be planted on farmland , preferably irrigated. They will then grow into a pumpkin or melon plant, taking 10–30 minutes to do so. When the plant is mature pumpkin or melon will appear on a farmland, dirt or grass block next to the plant.

  • speed up the growth of the plants by applying bonemeal.
  • while the seed must be planted on farmland, the fruit will appear on dirt, farmland or grass.
  • after harvesting, the plant ill produce another fruit, every 1–30 minutes.
  • the plant can only have one fruit at a time.
  • an axe is the best tool for harvesting pumpkins, anything will do for melons.

Farm Layouts

There are lots of ways to lay out your farms; here are two suggestions:

Melon and Pumpkin Farms

Lily Pads

melon farm lily pads

Placing lily pads on top of any water in your farm will stop melon slices falling in there.

Carrots and Potatoes

Potatoes and Carrots

Carrots and potatoes are sometimes dropped by zombies; they can also be found in NPC villages.

Growing them is a lot like growing wheat, except there are no seeds. Plant carrots or potatoes in farmland, preferably hydrated, and wait. Bonemeal will speed up the process. When you harvest your crops, you will get back more than you originally planted.

Potatoes and carrots can both be eaten raw, however it is better to bake potatoes in a furnace first.

Beetroot

beetroot

Beetroot is another crop that can be found growing in villages. When you harvest beetroot, you will get both Beetroot and Beetroot Seeds, which can be replanted.

Beetroot can be eaten raw, or made into Beetroot Soup. It can also be made into Rose Red dye.

Cocoa Beans

cocoa

Cocoa beans can be found in dungeon chests, or growing on trees in the jungle. You can farm them by planting the beans on the side of a Jungle Wood log (either use a live tree or take a piece of wood from the tree and put it wherever you like. Just like other plants, they will grow through several stages, and once they are ripe, you can harvest them.

cocoa bean farm

Nether Wart

nether wart

Nether Wart can only be found in Nether Fortresses, but once you have some, you can grow it anywhere. Plant it in Soul Sand, wait for it to grow, and harvest it when fully grown.

It doesn’t need light, but it isn’t speeded up by bone meal and you can only grow it in soul sand, not regular dirt.

Mushrooms

Mushrooms aren’t really plants, of course, and nor can they be farmed easily, but they are a great source of food early in the game and have their own page.

Sours: http://www.minecraft101.net/g/farming-plants.html
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How to Farm in Minecraft

This Minecraft tutorial explains how to farm with a hoe with screenshots and step-by-step instructions.

In Minecraft, you can plant and grow your own garden of wheat, carrots and potatoes by farming in the game. When you farm, you require water and a hoe. To speed up the growing process, you can use bone meal. Let's explore how to farm.

Required Materials to Farm

The following are the items that you will need to farm in Minecraft:

Hoes

First, you need a hoe to prepare the soil when farming. You can use any one of these hoes:

Items to Plant

Next, you need something to plant. These are the types of items that you can plant in Minecraft:

TIP: Seeds will harvest into wheat. All other items will harvest into themselves.

Fertilizer

To speed up the growing process, you can use the following as fertilizer:

How to Farm in Creative and Survival mode

1. Find Land with Water

First, you need to find an area of land that has water. Next, you need to select a hoe in the hotbar. In this example, we are going to use a wooden hoe to prepare the land into farmland.

how to farm

Next, position your pointer (the plus sign) on a block next to the water. You should see the block become highlighted in your game window.

2. Use the Hoe

The game control to use the hoe depends on the version of Minecraft:

  • For Java Edition (PC/Mac), right click on the block.
  • For Pocket Edition (PE), you tap on the block.
  • For Xbox 360 and Xbox One, press the LT button on the Xbox controller.
  • For PS3 and PS4, press the L2 button on the PS controller.
  • For Wii U, press the ZL button on the gamepad.
  • For Nintendo Switch, press the ZL button on the controller.
  • For Windows 10 Edition, right click on the block.
  • For Education Edition, right click on the block.

This will prepare the ground and expose the soil for planting turning it into farmland.

how to farm

Once you have used the hoe on the blocks that you want to farm, they will look brown (because the grass has been removed). The blocks will begin to get wet from the water and change to a darker brown.

3. Plant the Item

Next, select the item that you want to plant in the hotbar. This could be carrots, potatoes or one of the seeds. In this example, we will plant seeds.

The game control to plant the seeds depends on the version of Minecraft:

  • For Java Edition (PC/Mac), right click on the block.
  • For Pocket Edition (PE), you tap on the block.
  • For Xbox 360 and Xbox One, press the LT button on the Xbox controller.
  • For PS3 and PS4, press the L2 button on the PS controller.
  • For Wii U, press the ZL button on the gamepad.
  • For Nintendo Switch, press the ZL button on the controller.
  • For Windows 10 Edition, right click on the block.
  • For Education Edition, right click on the block.

how to farm

After you have planted your seeds on each of the blocks of soil, you should begin to see the plants grow. They will start as very small plants and with time, your plants will grow to full size on their own.

4. Fertilize with Bone Meal

You can speed up the growing process by using bone meal on the plants. To use bone meal, select it in your hotbar. The game control to use the bone meal depends on the version of Minecraft:

  • For Java Edition (PC/Mac), right click on the plants.
  • For Pocket Edition (PE), you tap on the plants.
  • For Xbox 360 and Xbox One, press the LT button on the Xbox controller.
  • For PS3 and PS4, press the L2 button on the PS controller.
  • For Wii U, press the ZL button on the gamepad.
  • For Nintendo Switch, press the ZL button on the controller.
  • For Windows 10 Edition, right click on the plants.
  • For Education Edition, right click on the plants.

how to farm

As you use the bone meal, you will see green stars appear over the plants as they fertilize them. You may need to use a couple of bone meal on each section of plants.

Now that your farm is full-grown, you need to harvest the wheat.

5. Harvest the Crop

To harvest the crop, you need to break the plant. The game control to harvest depends on the version of Minecraft:

  • For Java Edition (PC/Mac), left click on the plant.
  • For Pocket Edition (PE), you tap and hold.
  • For PS3 and PS4, press the R2 button on the PS controller.
  • For Xbox 360 and Xbox One, press the RT button on the Xbox controller.
  • For Windows 10 Edition, left click on the plant.
  • For Wii U, press the ZR button on the gamepad.
  • For Nintendo Switch, press the ZR button on the controller.
  • For Education Edition, left click on the plant.

how to farm

After you have broken the plant, you should see your crop floating on the ground. In this example, we have harvested wheat. Make sure you pick up the item before it disappears.

TIP: If you harvest your plants too soon, it will give you seeds instead of wheat. Make sure your plants are full-grown before breaking them.

Congratulations, you just learned how to farm in Minecraft.

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Other Intermediate Tutorials

Sours: https://www.digminecraft.com/getting_started/how_to_farm.php

This article is about a village feature. For methods of producing resources, see Farming. For the block on which crops grow, see Farmland.

A farm is a generated structure in a village used for growing various crops.

Generation[]

Farms generate naturally in villages. All farms generate with farmland blocks, water, and at least one composter (with rare exceptions). Most farms generate with crops, mostly wheat, but melons, pumpkins, and carrots may also be found.

In addition, village farm plots have a 20% chance to generate with potatoes planted, and a 10% chance to generate with beetroot planted.

Post-generation[]

See also: Farmland

A player may create a working crop farm in any biome in the Overworld or The End. A farm needs only a water source block near to farmland blocks, which are created by using a hoe on dirt blocks. Given sufficient light, seeds or other crops may then be planted on the farmland and grown to maturity for harvesting.

Use[]

See also: Tutorials/Crop farming

While a village farm is a good ready-made source of food, a village is not required for farming crops. A player with access to water, dirt or grass blocks, and a hoe may create a farm anywhere.

For a typical early-game survival farm, a player uses a hoe to create farmland within four blocks of water, and then plants seeds that were harvested from breaking tall grass. The seeds eventually grow into wheat after a few day-night cycles. Once the crops have matured, they can be harvested and then used for food, trading, leading livestock, breeding livestock, or breeding villagers.

Farmer villagers use a farm's composter as a job site. Farmer villagers can also be seen occasionally harvesting crops.

Structure[]

Farms generate in different configurations depending on the biome. Some farms have irregular shapes that can vary from the configurations shown below. As seen on the right, it is possible for a minimal farm to generate naturally with one water block and eight farmland blocks.

As shown in the sections below, additional resources that make up the structure are available beyond the farmland, water, and composter blocks found in all farms.

Desert[]

There are three variants of farms found in desert villages:

  • Three patches of farmland divided by two irrigation canals and a composter.

  • Farmland with an offset composter surrounded by jungle trapdoors.

  • Large farm surrounded by hay bales, two composters, and a water channel made of smooth sandstone.

Crops
Additional resources available

Plains[]

There are two types of farms found in plains villages:

  • A large crop farm, with four patches divided by two irrigation canals, and two composters.

  • A commonly-found small crop farm, with two patches divided by an irrigation canal, and a composter.

Crops
Additional resources available

Savanna[]

There are three types of farms found in savanna villages:

  • Four patches separated by a walkway, and two composters.

  • Irregular shape, dotted with grass paths and a composter.

  • Irregular shape, with a single melon and a composter.

Crops
Additional resources available

Snowy tundra[]

There are two types of farms found in snowy tundra villages:

  • A farm surrounded by stripped spruce wood with a lantern hanging over the water and a composter.

  • A farm surrounded by snow blocks with a lantern between the water and a composter.

Crops
Additional resources available

Taiga[]

There are three types of farms found in taiga villages:

  • Two patches separated by a winding path and a composter, surrounded by pumpkins and two torches on pillars.

  • A winding path on one side, surrounded by pumpkins, a composter, and two torches on pillars.

  • A pumpkin farm with a composter, surrounded by cobblestone.

in Bedrock Edition, these structures also generate in the snowy taiga village variant, and are topped with snow layers wherever there is sky access.

Crops
Additional resources available

Data values[]

BiomeStructure name
Desertdesert_farm_1 desert_farm_2 desert_large_farm_1
Plainsplains_large_farm_1 plains_small_farm_1
Savannasavanna_large_farm_1 savanna_large_farm_2 savanna_small_farm
Snowy Tundrasnowy_farm_1 snowy_farm_2
Taigataiga_large_farm_1 taiga_large_farm_2 taiga_small_farm

History[]

See also: Village/Structure (old)/Blueprints/Farm

See also[]

Sours: https://minecraft.fandom.com/wiki/Farm

Farmland minecraft

How to make Farmland in Minecraft

This Minecraft tutorial explains how to craft farmland with screenshots and step-by-step instructions.

In Minecraft, farmland is an item that you can not make with a crafting table or furnace. Instead, you need to use a hoe to prepare the soil and turn it into farmland. Farmland can then be used to plant wheat, carrots, potatoes, beetroots and other plants.

farmland

Let's explore how to make farmland in Minecraft.

Supported Platforms

Farmland is available in the following versions of Minecraft:

* The version that it was added or removed, if applicable.
NOTE: Pocket Edition (PE), Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch, and Windows 10 Edition are now called Bedrock Edition. We will continue to show them individually for version history.

Where to find Farmland in Creative Mode

Definitions

  • Platform is the platform that applies.
  • Version(s) is the Minecraft version numbers where the item can be found in the menu location listed (we have tested and confirmed this version number).
  • Creative Menu Location is the location of the item in the Creative menu.

Required Materials

In Minecraft, you will need one of these hoes to make farmland:

How to get Farmland in Creative or Survival Mode

You can make farmland in Creative mode or Survival mode by preparing soil with a hoe. So, let's get started!

1. Find Land with Water

First, you need to find an area of land that has water.

how to make farmland

2. Hold a Hoe

Next, you need to select a hoe in the hotbar so that you are holding it in your hand. These are the hoes you can choose from:

In this example, we are going to use a wooden hoe.

3. Use the Hoe

Next, you need to hoe the land next to the water. The game control to hoe the land depends on the version of Minecraft:

  • For Java Edition (PC/Mac), right click on the block.
  • For Pocket Edition (PE), you tap on the block.
  • For Xbox 360 and Xbox One, press the LT button on the Xbox controller.
  • For PS3 and PS4, press the L2 button on the PS controller.
  • For Wii U, press the ZL button on the gamepad.
  • For Nintendo Switch, press the ZL button on the controller.
  • For Windows 10 Edition, right click on the block.
  • For Education Edition, right click on the block.

how to make farmland

This will prepare the ground and expose the soil for planting.

TIP: Once you have used the hoe on the blocks that you want to farm, they will look brown (because the grass has been removed). The blocks will begin to get wet from the water and change to a darker brown.

Item ID and Name

  • Java
  • PE
  • Xbox
  • PS
  • Nintendo
  • Win10

Minecraft Java Edition (PC/Mac)

In Minecraft, farmland has the following Name, ID and DataValue:

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Minecraft Pocket Edition (PE)

In Minecraft, farmland has the following Name, ID and DataValue:

ItemDescription
(Minecraft ID Name)
Minecraft
ID
Minecraft
Data
Value
PlatformVersion(s)
farmlandFarmland
(minecraft:farmland)
 0Pocket Edition (PE) Pocket Edition (PE)1.17.0 - 1.17.30

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Minecraft Xbox One

In Minecraft, farmland has the following Name, ID and DataValue:

ItemDescription
(Minecraft ID Name)
Minecraft
ID
Minecraft
Data
Value
PlatformVersion(s)
farmlandFarmland
(minecraft:farmland)
 0Xbox One Xbox One1.17.0 - 1.17.30

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Minecraft PS4

In Minecraft, farmland has the following Name, ID and DataValue:

ItemDescription
(Minecraft ID Name)
Minecraft
ID
Minecraft
Data
Value
PlatformVersion(s)
farmlandFarmland
(minecraft:farmland)
 0PS4 PS41.17.0 - 1.17.30

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Minecraft Nintendo Switch

In Minecraft, farmland has the following Name, ID and DataValue:

ItemDescription
(Minecraft ID Name)
Minecraft
ID
Minecraft
Data
Value
PlatformVersion(s)
farmlandFarmland
(minecraft:farmland)
 0Nintendo Switch Nintendo Switch1.17.0 - 1.17.30

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Minecraft Windows 10 Edition

In Minecraft, farmland has the following Name, ID and DataValue:

ItemDescription
(Minecraft ID Name)
Minecraft
ID
Minecraft
Data
Value
PlatformVersion(s)
farmlandFarmland
(minecraft:farmland)
 0Windows 10 Edition Windows 10 Edition1.17.0 - 1.17.30

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Definitions

  • Description is what the item is called and (Minecraft ID Name) is the string value that is used in game commands.
  • Minecraft ID is the Internal number for the item.
  • Minecraft DataValue (or damage value) identifies the variation of the block if more than one type exists for the Minecraft ID.
  • Platform is the platform that applies.
  • Version(s) is the Minecraft version numbers that the Minecraft ID and Name are valid for.

Stackable Information

Definitions

  • Stackable indicates whether the item can be stacked (with more than 1 item in a stack).
  • Stack Size is the maximum stack size for this item. While some items in Minecraft are stackable up to 64, other items can only be stacked up to 16 or 1. (NOTE: These stack sizes are for vanilla Minecraft only. If you are running a mod, some mods may change the stack size for an item.)

Give Command for Farmland

  • Java
  • PE
  • Xbox
  • PS
  • Nintendo
  • Win10

Give Command in Minecraft Java Edition (PC/Mac)

In Minecraft Java Edition (PC/Mac) 1.13, 1.14, 1.15, 1.16, 1.16.5, 1.17 and 1.17.1, the /give command for Farmland is:

/give @p farmland 1

In Minecraft Java Edition (PC/Mac) 1.8, 1.9, 1.10, 1.11 and 1.12, the /give command for Farmland is:

/give @p farmland 1 0

Give Command in Minecraft Pocket Edition (PE)

In Minecraft Pocket Edition (PE) 1.17.0 and 1.17.30, the /give command for Farmland is:

/give @p farmland 1 0

Give Command in Minecraft Xbox One

In Minecraft Xbox One 1.17.0 and 1.17.30, the /give command for Farmland is:

/give @p farmland 1 0

Give Command in Minecraft PS4

In Minecraft PS4 1.17.0 and 1.17.30, the /give command for Farmland is:

/give @p farmland 1 0

Give Command in Minecraft Nintendo Switch

In Minecraft Nintendo Switch 1.17.0 and 1.17.30, the /give command for Farmland is:

/give @p farmland 1 0

Give Command in Minecraft Windows 10 Edition

In Minecraft Windows 10 Edition 1.17.0 and 1.17.30, the /give command for Farmland is:

/give @p farmland 1 0

Things to Do with Farmland

Here are some activities that you can do with farmland in Minecraft:

Sours: https://www.digminecraft.com/materials/make_farmland.php

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