Minecraft Glow Berries | How to Grow
The caves of Minecraft have been slowly but surely improved over the course of a few updates. They are not only more interesting, but significantly prettier! The lush cave biome is a really cool part of modern day Minecraft, and they are home to glow berries. These glow berries are lovely to look at, and there are a few legitimate reasons to grow them. If you want to take the time to make these work, then there are a few ways to do so!
How to Grow Glow Berries in Minecraft
In order to grow glow berries in Minecraft, simply use a Glow Berry on the bottom of a block. This will cause a Cave Vine to spawn, and which will then grow glow berries. The vine can grow up to 26 blocks in length as long as there are two blocks of air below it. That means in order to farm Cave Vines, you should have them in a room with a fairly long way to the bottom. You don’t need the vines to be max length to maximize berry growth, though they should be long enough to be able to grow.
In order to get a berry, simply “Use” the vine with berries on it with nothing in your hand. You can use Bone Meal to guarantee a berry will spawn.
While growing berries, you will want to break the vines at the tip of the growth. This will allow the vines to regrow and have another chance to have a berry spawn on them. You can use Shears to stop a vine from growing, if you like how your vine looks.
Glow Berries have a few uses. They provide a light source that is actually fairly effective. They provide two hunger points and a small amount of saturation to keep you from getting hungry again. Finally, you can use them to breed and grow foxes.
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Jason Toro-McCue has committed his schooling to the study of the connection between game design and narrative. When he's not working on this bond through writing articles or guides, he's playing Dungeons & Dragons, or just playing games themselves and looking at the story there.