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Mushroom
Red Mushroom.pngBrown Mushroom.png
Brown MushroomRed Mushroom
Type

Ingredient
Block

Restores

None

Cookable

No

Stackable

Yes (64)

Luminance

Yes, 1 (brown only)

First appearances

See History

Data values

See Data values

Name

See Data values

Mushrooms are fungi that grow and spread in dark areas.

Obtaining[edit | edit source]

Mushrooms can be instantly mined with anything.

Natural generation[edit | edit source]

Mushrooms naturally generate in poorly lit areas (light level of 12 or less), as well as in mushroom island biomes and the Nether.

Witch huts have a flower pot with a mushroom inside.

Huge mushrooms[edit | edit source]

Mining a huge mushroom block drops up to 2 mushrooms.

Mobs[edit | edit source]

Shearing a mooshroom drops 5 red mushrooms.

Usage[edit | edit source]

Mushrooms can be planted and grown on blocks in light levels below 13 and not directly underneath the sky. If planted on mycelium or podzol, they can stay planted in any light level. Both brown and red mushrooms grow at the same rate regardless of light level.[1][2]

Besides being mined directly, mushrooms are dropped as items if:

  • the block below them falls, is moved, or destroyed;
  • a fluid flows over them;
  • it is above light level 12 and a block updates next to it.

Huge mushrooms[edit | edit source]

When bone meal is applied to a mushroom, the mushroom has a chance to grow into a huge mushroom, provided that it has enough space and that the light level is dark enough.

Spread[edit | edit source]

See also: Tutorials/Mushroom farming

Mushrooms will spread randomly onto nearby blocks when in appropriate conditions. They will spread only if there are fewer than 5 mushrooms of the same type in 9×9×3 area.

Light source[edit | edit source]

Brown mushrooms emit a barely visible light level of 1.

Decoration[edit | edit source]

Either type of mushroom can be planted in a flower pot.

Crafting ingredient[edit | edit source]

Name Ingredients Crafting recipe

Mushroom Stew

Red Mushroom +
Brown Mushroom +
Bowl




Grid layout Arrow (small).png Mushroom Stew
Mushroom Mushroom

Bowl
Grid layout Shapeless.png

Fermented Spider Eye

Brown Mushroom +
Sugar +
Spider Eye




Grid layout Arrow (small).png Fermented Spider Eye
Mushroom Sugar

Spider Eye
Grid layout Shapeless.png

Rabbit Stew

Bowl +
Carrot +
Cooked Rabbit +
Baked Potato +
Any Mushroom


Cooked Rabbit
Grid layout Arrow (small).png Rabbit Stew
Carrot Baked Potato MushroomMushroom

Bowl

Smelting ingredient[edit | edit source]

Name Ingredients Smelting recipe Description

Rose Red

Red Mushroom +
Any fuel

Mushroom Grid layout Furnace Progress.png Rose Red
Grid layout Fire.png
CoalCharcoalOak WoodOak Wood Planks

Pocket Edition only.

Data values[edit | edit source]

ID[edit | edit source]

Block ID name ID number
Brown mushroom red_mushroom 39
Red mushroom brown_mushroom 40

Video[edit | edit source]

History[edit | edit source]

Classic
0.0.20 Red and brown mushrooms added.
Mushrooms were a decorative item, having no crafting use and remaining in the ground when planted. Mushrooms could be placed on any block except another mushroom, and would remain planted when the block below them was removed.
Pigs had a chance of dropping red mushrooms and sheep dropped brown mushrooms.
0.24_SURVIVAL_TEST Consumption of a red mushroom healed 5 (Heart.svgHeart.svgHalf Heart.svg).
0.26 SURVIVAL TEST 8 Mushrooms now only spawn underground.
? Consumption of a red mushroom causes 3 (Heart.svgHalf Heart.svg) damage to the player's health.
Indev
? Mushrooms were generated in rare instances under trees or in the shadows of other floating continents in the "Floating" map type.
Red and brown mushrooms could not be eaten on their own, but could be crafted together with a bowl to yield mushroom stew.
Alpha
1.2 With the addition of biomes and the dimly-lit Nether, mushrooms became a more common sight.
Beta
1.6 Mushrooms could be generated in the open when exploring during night, or under low-light conditions such as those found under trees or overhangs. If planted in direct sunlight or a light level higher than 12 they popped out of the ground. Several bug reports mentioned mushrooms growing on top of trees, but this was a very rare phenomenon.
Mushrooms were given an ability to spread in light levels under 13 onto any block touching their own, including blocks located upwards and downwards diagonally. Mushrooms could be placed on any solid, non-transparent, block including pumpkins, workbenches, furnaces, and chests.
1.8 Mushrooms' spreading ability was severely restricted - a mushroom would only spread if there were fewer than 5 mushrooms of the same type in a 9×9×3 area around the original mushroom.
Bone meal can be used on mushrooms to grow new huge mushrooms.
Mushrooms could also be found more easily in the new swamp biomes.
Official release
1.0.0 Beta 1.9-pre1 Mushrooms can now spawn in new mushroom island biome.
Shearing a mooshroom drops 5 red mushrooms.
Beta 1.9-pre2 A new crafting recipe was added involving brown mushrooms. Each one could be crafted with a unit of sugar and a spider eye to produce a fermented spider eye.
1.7.2 13w36a Added podzol, which allows mushrooms to grow on it regardless of the light level.
1.8 14w27a Red or brown mushrooms, along with carrots, baked potatoes and cooked rabbit, can be used to craft rabbit stew.
Pocket Edition Alpha
0.1.0 Added mushrooms.
0.4.0 Red mushrooms can be smelted to obtain rose red.
0.5.0 Mushrooms now spread.
0.9.0 build 1 Added huge mushrooms.
Shearing a mooshroom drops red mushrooms.
Console Edition
TU1 Added mushrooms.
Pi Edition
0.1.1 Added mushrooms.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Red mushrooms bear a strong resemblance to Amanita muscaria mushrooms, more commonly known as fly agarics. Consuming them will cause delirium and hallucinogenic effects if their psychoactive properties have not been reduced by parboiling. Similarly, red mushrooms in the Minecraft Survival Test damaged the player when eaten.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]