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Wheat Seeds
Wheatseedpic
Wheat
First Appearance Minecraft Indev (February 6, 2010)
Type of Block Plant Item
Tool Used Any
Data Values Hex: 3B
Dec:
59
Stackable?
Yes
(64)
Obeys Physics?
No
Luminosity
No
Transparency
Yes
For other types of seeds, see Seeds (Disambiguation).

Wheat Seeds are an item used in farming. They can be found by destroying Tall Grass or by harvesting fully-grown Wheat. Harvesting wheat yields about 0-3 seeds per tile harvested (about 1.5 seeds/tile harvested in average). Seeds can be placed in Farmland by right-clicking on the farmland. They can also be fed to chickens by right-clicking the chicken, and when this is done, the chicken will go into love mode.

As of Beta 1.6, Wheat Seeds cannot be tilled from grass. They can be found by destroying Tall Grass or by harvesting Wheat.

Wheat Seeds can also sometimes be found in NPC villages where the villagers grow them as crops. The player can still harvest them as if they had grown the Wheat themselves. They can be destroyed by Mobs. Jumping on farmland with wheat growing on it will destroy the crop and drop only one seed.

Farming

When left alone, wheat seeds planted in Farmland will grow to become Wheat which then can be harvested. Planted seeds need at least a light level of 9 in the block above them in order to grow.

Crops will grow faster if the farmland they are planted in is hydrated. Any Farmland in the surrounding eight Blocks will also help the crops grow and even more so if the Farmland is also hydrated. Growth will be slowed if crops are planted diagonally from each other or in a capital "L" shape.

When fully grown, wheat crops will drop 1 Wheat as well as 0-3 Seeds. If they are harvested too early, they will drop seeds upon being destroyed but no Wheat will be dropped.

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