Mod none
Type Crop
Stackable Yes (64)
Plantable Yes

This section is part of the HarvestCraft mod by MatrexsVigil & Rhodox.

Wheat (vanilla)Edit

Wheat (vanilla) is a grain crop from vanilla Minecraft. Thanks to the HarvestCraft mod, it can be used in new recipes. Wheat is inedible, and cannot be consumed to reduce the player's hunger.

Wheat (vanilla), like most grains, can be used to craft Flour.

Wheat (vanilla) can be obtained by breaking the block, just like in vanilla Minecraft. Breaking a Wheat block will, depending on your version of the modpack, drop both the Wheat crop and Seeds, which can be used to plant more Wheat crops.

NOTE: Breaking Wheat will not give you Seeds if you have Hunger Overhaul installed as part of the modpack. This behavior is disabled by default in the Hunger Overhaul config file.

Planting Wheat SeedsEdit

A Wheat (vanilla) Seed can be obtained in one of three ways, depending on if you are playing the Basic or Hungry version of the Life in the Woods modpack:

  1. Breaking Wheat will cause the crop to drop one Wheat crop and one Seed (Basic mode only).
  2. Breaking grass has a chance to result in a Wheat seed as part of the random seeds dropped. (Basic mode only)
  3. Using a hoe to till a non-hydrated grass block (not near the water) will cause the grass to drop a randomly selected seed, possibly a Wheat Seed. (Hungry mode)

Once obtained, Wheat (vanilla) Seeds can be planted by right-clicking on tilled soil while it is held in the player's hand. This is the same method used for Potatoes and Carrots in vanilla Minecraft.

Wheat RecipesEdit

The following recipes use Wheat (vanilla): Flour.

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