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* The only farmable crop is currently wheat. Unlike vanilla minecraft, it does not require a nearby water source, so you can place your farmland anywhere you want.
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* The only farmable crops are wheat and flax.  
  
* Crops grow faster on high fertilty soil and slower on low fertility soil. You can check the farmlands currenty fertility level by right clicking with an empty hand on the growing crop.
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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 will slowly drain fertility from the farmland, until the farmland becomes infertile and crops will grow extremly slowly.
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* 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.
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* 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.
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* From both available crops you can make bread:
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[[File:BreadRecipe1.png]] [[File:BreadRecipe2.png]]
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* Wheat drops more seeds, but Flax therefore drops flax fibers, which lets you craft twine and linen cloth, which are used in several recipes
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[[File:FlaxtwineRecipe.png]] [[File:LinenclothRecipe.png]]

Latest revision as of 21:00, 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, but Flax therefore drops flax fibers, which lets you craft twine and linen cloth, which are used in several recipes

FlaxtwineRecipe.png LinenclothRecipe.png