See Data values
See Data values
|“||Dirt has a ruder, less friendly cousin called "coarse dirt" that won't grow grass under any circumstances. You can make it by combining dirt with gravel in a 2x2 crafting grid, or hunt some down in the Mega Taiga, Mesa Plateau or Savanna Plateau biomes.||„|
|— Duncan Geere|
|Breaking time[note 1]|
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Coarse dirt can be found as large patches in all Giant Tree Taiga variants, Wooded Badlands Plateau, Modified Wooded Badlands Plateau, Shattered Savanna and Shattered Savanna Plateau biomes.
|Coarse Dirt||Dirt +
In Bedrock Edition, the corresponding block, known as "grassless dirt", is simply dirt with a data value of 1. It has most of the same properties as coarse dirt, except that it has the texture of regular dirt, it drops a regular dirt block when broken, even with Silk Touch, it cannot be crafted, and when tilled, it turns to farmland rather than regular dirt.
|Block||ID Name||Numeral ID|
In Bedrock Edition, coarse dirt uses the following data values:
|1.7.2||1.7.2||Added grassless dirt. Functioned exactly like a regular dirt block, except for the fact that it did not grow grass. Found naturally in Savanna M biomes.|
|1.8||14w25a||Added coarse dirt as a craftable and visually distinct replacement for grassless dirt. Its block ID is still
|14w32a||Coarse dirt can now be tilled into regular dirt.|
|1.13||17w47a||The different variant block states for the
|Prior to The Flattening, this block's numeral ID was 3.|
|Pocket Edition Alpha|
|0.9.0||Added grassless dirt.|
|1.2||build 1||Replaced grassless dirt with coarse dirt.|
|Legacy Console Edition|
|TU31||CU19||1.22||Patch 3||Added coarse dirt.|
- "Block of the Week: Dirt" – Minecraft.net, February 23, 2018