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* The only farmable crops are wheat and flax.  
 
* The only farmable crops are wheat and flax.  
  
* Unlike vanilla minecraft, crops do not require a nearby water source, so you can place your farms anywhere you want.
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* Unlike vanilla minecraft, crops do not require nor benefit from a nearby water source, so you can place your farms anywhere you want.
  
 
* Crops grow 30% faster on high fertilty soil and 50% slower on low fertility soil. You can check the farmlands current fertility level by right clicking with the growing crop with an empty hand.
 
* Crops grow 30% faster on high fertilty soil and 50% slower on low fertility soil. You can check the farmlands current fertility level by right clicking with the growing crop with an empty hand.

Revision as of 20:53, 7 September 2015

  • The only farmable crops are wheat and flax.
  • Unlike vanilla minecraft, crops do not require nor benefit from a nearby water source, so you can place your farms anywhere you want.
  • Crops grow 30% faster on high fertilty soil and 50% slower on low fertility soil. You can check the farmlands current fertility level by right clicking with the growing crop with an empty hand.
  • Crops will slowly drain fertility from the farmland, until the farmland becomes infertile where crops will grow extremly slowly. Fertility does not restore itself in the current version of vintagecraft.
  • From both available crops you can make bread:

BreadRecipe1.png BreadRecipe2.png

  • Wheat drops more seeds/grain, but Flax also drops flax fibers, which lets you craft twine and linen cloth, which are used in several recipes

FlaxtwineRecipe.png LinenclothRecipe.png