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2 (Hunger.svg)




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Data value

dec: 360 hex: 168 bin: 101101000



Melon (named Melon Slice in the console editions) is a food item that can be eaten by the player.

Obtaining[edit | edit source]

Melons can be obtained from melon blocks.

Drops[edit | edit source]

See also: Pumpkin and melon farming

Melons drop from melon blocks which generate naturally in jungles or can be grown from melon seeds found in chest minecarts in abandoned mine shafts.

Each melon block normally drops 3–7 melons when broken or pushed by a piston. Breaking a melon block with a tool with the Fortune enchantment will increase the potential number of drops by 1 per level, to a maximum of 9 melons.

Usage[edit | edit source]

Food[edit | edit source]

See also: Hunger management

Eating a melon restores 2 (Hunger.svg) points of hunger and 1.2 points of hunger saturation.

Crafting ingredient[edit | edit source]

Name Ingredients Crafting recipe Description

Melon (block)


Using a melon block as a storage block for watermelon slices is inefficient, as breaking the block always drops fewer than 9 melons.

Glistering Melon

Gold Nugget +

Melon Seeds


History[edit | edit source]

1.8 Added melons.
Official release
1.0.0 Beta 1.9-pre4 Melons are now used in the crafting recipe of glistering melons.
1.7.2 13w37a Block ID 105, melon stem, is removed from the /give command.
1.8 14w02a Villagers no longer trade melons.
Pocket Edition Alpha
0.5.0 Added melons. Melons restore 2 (Heart.svg) each, rather than 2 (Hunger.svg).
0.12.1 build 1 Melons now restores hunger instead of health.
Melons can no longer be obtained from nether reactors.
Console Edition
TU5 Added melons.

Issues[edit | edit source]

Issues relating to “Melon” are maintained on the issue tracker. Report issues there.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • In the Pocket Edition, melon blocks cannot be destroyed by explosions, which is possibly a bug.

See also[edit | edit source]