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Wheat (Crop)







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Update 0.4.0

Wheat is a crop Item. It cannot be eaten, but can be used to Craft a variety of Food such as Bread and Cake.

Wheat can be grown on Farmland using Seeds, and once grown, can be harvested to obtain the item. Wheat is a renewable resource because the Player will get seeds every time a crop is harvested. Bone Meal can be used to instantly grow the crop (it will take about 3 Bone Meals, one for each growth stage of the crop).



  • It can be used in a variety of food recipes.
  • It can be used to Breed SheepCows, and Mooshrooms, and Horses which can be useful for Animal Farming.
    • It can also be used to attract these animals, meaning that they will follow the Player around as long as the Player has Wheat in their hands.


  • Wheat is the most useful crop, as it is easy to obtain during early game stages.
  • When the Player harvests Wheat, both Wheat and Wheat Seeds are dropped. Normally more Seeds than Wheat are harvested, and the Player will often get an abundance of Seeds.
  • Seeds can be used to attract and feed Chickens.
  • Wheat can be found in Village farms, similar to Beetroots.
  • Villagers will pick up Wheat that is dropped.
  • Wheat can also be found in 54% of Dungeon Chests.
  • Wheat can be grown in a Farmland without Water. But the Player must plant it quickly as the Farmland turns into Dirt after several seconds.
  • Wheat can be grown under ground, if the Player provides sufficient light.
  • Wheat can be grown in The Nether.
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