|Catches fire from lava||
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|— Duncan Geere|
- Natural generation: Seagrass generates in either its tall or small form in ocean biomes near kelp, and also generates by itself in rivers, underwater caves and swamps, replacing ice and planks as necessary.
- Bone meal: Using bone meal underwater generates seagrass. The bone meal must be used on a non-transparent block under at least 2 blocks of water, with the water directly above the block being non-flowing. If these conditions are met, seagrass generates on that block and, if available, also on surrounding blocks. Regular seagrass grows into tall seagrass if more bone meal is applied and if vertical space is available.
Seagrass can be obtained via:
- Harvesting: Seagrass can be harvested only with shears. Using any other tool, item, or the player’s fist destroys seagrass and it drops nothing. When harvested with shears, regular seagrass drops itself as an item, and tall seagrass drops 2 seagrass items.
- Turtles: A turtle drops 0–2 seagrass when killed. The Looting enchantment increases the maximum number of possible seagrass drops by 1 per level.
Tall seagrass has a hitbox considerably more appropiate for its size than other two-block-tall plants such as tall grass. This inconsistency is completely intended.
Seagrass can be used to breed turtles.
Placing seagrass into a composter has a 30% chance of raising the compost level by 1.
Using seagrass on a baby turtle accelerates its growing time. When the turtle becomes an adult, it drops one scute.
|Sound||Subtitle||Namespaced ID||Subtitle ID||Source||Pitch||Volume||Attenuation distance|
||(Plays when fallen on from a height)||Blocks||0.75||0.5||16|
|Block||Namespaced ID||Numeric ID|
Bedrock Edition has the following data values:
|1||Tall Seagrass top|
|2||Tall Seagrass bottom|
|Name||Default value||Allowed values||Description|
|half||The half of the plant contained in this block.|
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Please remove this notice once you've added suitable images to the article. The specific instructions are: Bedrock 1.4.0 and Legacy Console seagrass before it was updated to match Java's.
|Java Edition Classic|
|May 21, 2009||Notch shows interest in adding a "seaweed" block.|
|1.13||18w07a||Added "sea grass".|
|18w07b||Sea grass is now used to breed turtles.|
|The block that sea grass occupies now behaves more like water. For example, mobs can no longer spawn within the plant underwater, nor can they replenish their breath by swimming through it.|
|18w08a||Sea grass no longer has an animated texture as an inventory item.|
|18w14a||Sea grass can now generate in rivers and swamps.|
|18w19a||Sea grass now generates in underwater caves.|
|"Sea Grass" has now been renamed to "Seagrass".|
|pre2||Seagrass can now be destroyed by sponges.|
|pre6||Conduits and kelp can now replace seagrass.|
|Added 5 new sound events that apply to seagrass: |
|1.14||19w03a||Placing seagrass into the new composter has a 10% chance of raising the compost level by 1.|
|19w05a||Seagrass now has a 30% chance of increasing the compost level in a composter by 1.|
|1.4.0||beta 18.104.22.168||Added sea grass.|
|The inventory texture of seagrass has the same texture as regular grass.|
|beta 22.214.171.124||The seagrass inventory texture has now been changed. The seagrass texture in the inventory is currently different from Java Edition's texture.|
|Seagrass now generate in underwater caves.|
|1.5.0||beta 126.96.36.199||Seagrass can now be dropped by turtles.|
|Seagrass can now be used to breed turtles.|
|1.11.0||beta 188.8.131.52||Seagrass can now be used to fill composters.|
|1.12.0||beta 184.108.40.206||The color of seagrass has now been updated to match Java Edition's.|
|Legacy Console Edition|
|TU69||1.76||Patch 38||Added sea grass.|
|The seagrass texture in the inventory is currently different from Java Edition's texture.|