Wood: 60 Uses
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Hoes are tools See the in-game items. For program enhancing software, see Programs and Editors. Tools are items used by the player while held to perform actions faster and more efficiently, to gather materials not used to till dirt Dirt Transparency No Luminance No Blast resistance 2.5 Tool Renewable No Stackable Yes (64) Flammable No Drops Itself Data value dec: 03 hex: 3 bin: 11 Name dirt See Dirt. For the similar block, see and grass blocks Grass Block Transparency No Luminance No Blast resistance 3 Tool Renewable No Stackable Yes (64) Flammable No Drops Dirt (1) Data value dec: 02 hex: 2 bin: 10 Name grass See the dirt block with into farmland Farmland Transparency PC: Partial (Blocks light) PE: Yes Luminance No Blast resistance 3 Tool Renewable No Stackable Yes (64) Flammable No Drops Dirt (1) Data value dec: 60 hex: 3C bin: 111100 Name farmland “ Want to live blocks.
- Tilling a dirt block which has a dirt block on top of it will change it to farmland even though it cannot be used. If a hoe is used on a block horizontally adjacent to such a block, the first block will revert to dirt and the selected block will not be tilled.
- When a hoe breaks it does not display the tool breaking animation like on other tools, since tilling is not predicted client-side.
- Although the word "hoe" is very recognizable in Minecraft, the word appears as "censored" on a sign in the Console Edition.
|Ingredients||Crafting Crafting is the method by which many blocks, tools, and materials are made in Minecraft. In order to craft something, players must move items from their inventory to a crafting grid. A 2×2 crafting grid recipe||Description|
|Any Wood Planks Wood Planks Transparency No Luminance No Blast resistance 15 Tool Renewable Yes Stackable Yes (64) Flammable Yes Drops Itself Data value dec: 05 hex: 5 bin: 101 Name planks Wood planks are common blocks used in many crafting or |
|Damaged Matching Hoe||The durability of the two hoes is added together, plus an extra 5% durability.|
Diamond hoes can be found in 22.2% of woodland mansion chests in groups of 1.
The hoe is used to turn dirt, grass blocks and grass paths into farmland Farmland Transparency PC: Partial (Blocks light) PE: Yes Luminance No Blast resistance 3 Tool Renewable No Stackable Yes (64) Flammable No Drops Dirt (1) Data value dec: 60 hex: 3C bin: 111100 Name farmland “ Want to live . To till, press use on a grass or dirt block while holding a hoe.
Hoes can also be used to convert coarse dirt into regular dirt by pressing use on the coarse dirt.
Tilling is effectively instantaneous, regardless of material, and uses 1 durability. Breaking blocks with a hoe uses 0 durability.
In the computer edition, hoes have an attack speed modifier depending on the material: wood and gold have a modifier of -3 (refill in 1s), stone has a modifier of -2 (refill in 0.5s), iron has a modifier of -1 (refill in 0.33s), and diamond has a modifier of 0 (refill in 0.25s).
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A hoe can receive the following enchantments, but only through an anvil:
|Name See values from the latest PC version of Minecraft. For values from Classic, see Data values/Classic. For values from Indev, see Data values/Indev. For values from the Pocket Edition, see Pocket Edition||Ingredients||Smelting recipe|
|Iron Nuggetor |
|Iron Hoeor |
|Item||ID Name||Numerical ID|
|Wooden Hoe|| ||290|
|Stone Hoe|| ||291|
|Iron Hoe|| ||292|
|Diamond Hoe|| ||293|
|Golden Hoe|| ||294|
|Icon||Achievement||In-game description||Actual requirements (if different)||Availability||Xbox points earned||Trophy type (PS)|
|Time to Farm!||Use planks and sticks to make a hoe||Pick up any type of hoe from a crafting table output.||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||10G||Bronze|
|MOAR Tools||Construct one type of each tool (one pickaxe, one shovel, one axe and one hoe).||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||15G||Bronze|
|Icon||Advancement||In-game description||Parent||Actual requirements (if different)||Internal ID|
|Serious Dedication||Completely use up a diamond hoe, and then reevaluate your life choices||A Seedy Place||Use up the final bit of durability on a diamond hoe, so that it breaks.|| |
|Feb. 6, 2010||Added hoes.|
|1.6||Before, using a hoe on grass blocks Grass Block Transparency No Luminance No Blast resistance 3 Tool Renewable No Stackable Yes (64) Flammable No Drops Dirt (1) Data value dec: 02 hex: 2 bin: 10 Name grass See the dirt block with was the only way to collect seeds for planting. When tall grass was introduced, this featureSpecial attraction was removed.|
|1.3.1||12w18a||Wooden hoes can now be used as fuel in a furnace.|
|12w21a||Blacksmith villagers now sell 1 diamond hoe for 7 emeralds, and 1 iron hoe for 4⃢₀ₓ5 emeralds.|
|1.4.2||12w38a||Hoe now has a sound when tilling dirt.|
|1.8||14w02a||Villagers no longer trade iron or diamond hoes, making diamond hoes non-renewable.|
|14w32a||Hoes can be used to convert coarse dirt into regular dirt.|
|1.9||15w34c||Stone, iron, and diamond hoes do slightly more damage than an unarmed attack.|
|15w34d||All hoes now lose 1 durability when used as a weapon.|
|15w35a||Hoes now all do the same damage, but better materials have higher speeds.|
|15w50a||Added sound: |
|1.11||16w39a||Diamond hoes are now found in the new woodland mansion chests.|
|1.11.1||16w50a||Golden and iron hoes now smelt down into one of their respective nuggets.|
|Pocket Edition Alpha|
|0.4.0||Added hoes. Wheat seeds are obtained by using a hoe on grass blocks.|
|0.8.0||build 3||Beetroot seeds, carrots, and potatoes are obtained by using a hoe on grass blocks.|
|build 4||Carrots and potatoes are no longer spawned from tilling grass blocks.|
|0.11.0||build 11||Wooden, stone, golden, and diamond hoes are now available in the creative inventory.|
|build 12||Removed wooden, stone, golden, and diamond hoes from creative.|
|build 13||All hoes are available in creative mode again.|
|1.1||build 1||Iron and golden hoes are now smeltable.|
|TU1||CU1||1.0||Added hoes (all five types).|
|TU53||CU43||1.49||Patch 23||Patch s3||Iron and golden hoes are now smeltable.|
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The hoe is used to turn dirt and grass blocks into farmland for producing (growing) wheat, melons or pumpkins. There is a myth that gold hoes instantly create fertile (watered) farmland, but this is not true. When dirt is tilled by a Water source block, any tilled dirt at least 4 blocks away will become fertile (again, watered). This factor can be used to make very efficient gardens. To do so, put a source block in the ground and till the dirt 4 blocks on each side and make a "cube" of tilled dirt then till all the remaining dirt. Doing this will make all the dirt fertile, making crops grow much faster, and produce more crops. Unlike other Tools, hoes do not increase damage dealt in combat, nor do they lose Durability when used to hit a mob.
Note: Tilled dirt turns into normal dirt if you jump on it or if water gets on it. To convert back to tilled dirt, simply use the hoe to convert the land back to farmland.
|Wooden Hoe||Stone Hoe|
|Wooden Planks||Wooden Planks||None||Cobblestone||Cobblestone||None|
|Iron Hoe||Gold Hoe|