Quite a few folks have asked for a tutorial on this, and since bookshelves are so important now with the new enchanting rooms…here’s my tutorial on how to make my 100% efficient, 100% fully automatic sugar cane farm!
The dirt? Now, you can use sand, which grows sugarcane faster now. If you use sand, the more sugarcane, the more paper, the more books, the more bookshelves, better enchantments 🙂
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Its amazing what kind of technical machinery one can build with….blocks. Minecraft really is versatile, nice video.
whats the name of that siwtch block?
does this still work in 1.3.2 ~ 1.4+ ???
I guess you live in the stone age. Whats ironic, because sugar canes didn’t grow faster on sand back then either.
Sugar cane grows faster on sand
What are the dimensions of this incase i want to build it into a mountain home
Not 100% Effective, since the sugar cane, which activates the Bud could be growing faster than the others, not giving you a full harvest.
Using bookcases to crush the sugarcane is much better because the sugarcane knows what’s gonna happen to it and it prays that it isn’t used the same way to hurt it’s people.
how did u put the redstone on the glowstone
yeah that was mybad. i saw the 2 stack of pistons on the sides and forgot you need to leave the bottom sugar cane to grown the rest back
suger cane can only grow 3 blocks high, unless you place suger cane on top of each other
can you put the pistons higher so that the surgar cane can grow more?
i cant put a repeater on glowstone
use sand. sugarcane grows faster on sand 🙂
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It would us so much!
I have the newer version, it occasionally gets stuck, but I suppose it varies. Oh well.
how would i make a bud switch that stays powered when a blocks there, but drops when the block is removed?
sure it is, I have it in my LP world and it works great. Also check the annotations for an updated version with working BUD switch