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[edit]Nether Wart
Nether Wart.gif
Nether Wart
Type

Non-solid; Plants

Physics

No

Transparency

Yes

Luminance

No

Blast resistance

0

Hardness

0

Tool

Any tool

Renewable

Yes

Stackable

Yes (64)

Flammable

No

First appearance

1.0.0 (Beta 1.9pre1)

Drops

1
Nether Wart
(premature)
2–4
Nether Wart
(fully grown)

Data values
Block
dec: 115 hex: 73 bin: 1110011
Item
dec: 372 hex: 174 bin: 101110100
Name

nether_wart

Nether wart (known as Nether stalk in the coding) is a plant grown in the Nether. It can be found within some Nether Fortresses around staircases and in chests or on soul sand beaches in the Console editions. Nether wart can be planted on soul sand, where it will grow. Nether wart is a critical ingredient in brewing as it is used to make the awkward potion, which is used as the base for most other potions.

Contents

[edit] Growth

Nether wart can only be planted on soul sand. It can be planted and will grow in any dimension.

When planted on Soul Sand, Nether Wart will grow through four stages, though the middle two stages have the same appearance. Growth is driven by block ticks, similar to wheat. The duration of each stage is random, with no upper or lower limit, but the average duration is about 3 minutes and 30 seconds. The growth rate is not affected by light or any other environmental factors. Bone meal has no effect on the Nether Wart.

[edit] Usage

[edit] Farming

Nether warts are ready to harvest when they reach their fourth stage (when the warts appear dark crimson and there is no space between the blisters). Breaking a full grown Nether wart yields 2 to 4 Nether wart seeds, while an immature one yields only a single seed. Unlike farmland-based crops, jumping on the Nether warts will neither destroy the crop nor affect the block it's planted on.

When harvesting a large field of Nether warts, some players find it useful to construct a platform one block below the level of the soul sand, or to place the soul sand on top of the ground, with a path around it. When looking from this level, the tops of unfinished Nether warts will form a horizontal line at eye level, with mature warts protruding above.

[edit] Breeding

Nether warts can be used to breed chickens. Chickens will not chase you while you're holding Nether warts in your hand, but will eat it and get put in love mode just as with seed.

[edit] As a brewing ingredient

Name Ingredients Brewing recipe

Awkward Potion

Nether Wart +
Water Bottle

Grid layout Brewing Bubbles.gif Nether Wart Grid layout Brewing Arrow.png

Awkward Potion
Grid layout Brewing Paths.png

[edit] Video

Note: The video states that Nether Wart can only be grown in the Nether. This is outdated: since 1.3.1, Nether Wart can be grown in all dimensions as long as it is planted on Soul Sand.

[edit] History

Official release
1.0.0 1.9pre1 Added Nether wart.
1.3.1 12w27a Nether wart can now grow outside of the Nether.
Console Edition
TU7 Added Nether warts.
TU9 Made Nether wart spawn randomly wherever soul sand is generated in the Nether.
Changed Nether fortresses to make Nether wart rooms more likely.
Nether Wart will now grow outside of the Nether.

[edit] Trivia

  • Nether wart makes the same sound as stone when destroyed.
  • Nether wart items count as "seeds" and can be used to breed chickens. In addition, the code calls them "tile.netherStalkSeeds".
  • Nether wart grows rather quickly, and you don't actually use much of it. Half-a-dozen blocks of soul sand will easily support a brewery and then some.
  • Nether wart is affected by the fortune enchantment on tools.
  • Nether wart's stage changes cannot be detected by a BUD.

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[edit] References