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Pam's harvestcraft tree fruit

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Pam's harvestcraft tree fruit crops

Welcome to the second part of my harvestcraft tree fruit tutorial. This one is all about starting a "hammock" of tree fruit. Please note that this method may not be suitable for your conditions. If you have serious issues with spiders or insects in the air and/or indoors, or prefer other methods that won't result in spider webs, fruit flies and rotting fruit, and also have problems with snakebites, I'd recommend not attempting this method. It is also possible that a harvestcraft noob won't like this method as they might prefer a more traditional single-crop tree fruit system. You're in the clear if you feel this way, though! :)

This is a second way of growing a tree fruit system. The first one was a side-by-side type system and the second one is a single vine method. I have also made a comparison video here. There is also an article on this technique over on the front page of this website.

Updates:

2020-03-03: first version of this tutorial was written and first video produced. After this was published, a few more people emailed me asking how they could build a tower with this method. At the time of writing, I'm not quite sure how to do this. At a later time I might revise the tutorial to incorporate such a tower method. If you have some input on this, I'd love to hear about it. If there are any more details to add about how this is put together, please do so!

2020-03-03: New improved version of the tutorial. This has now been live for several months. I've changed a few things, including: A number of versions of the pollination and fruiting method. Here are links to two of them. Once you're happy with the solution, you can download this one to save it to your computer so you don't have to make any changes to your trees. Also, there is now a link to a version of this that incorporates how to make the tower. Also a link to a link to a zip file with the buildings needed to use the tower. A new harvesting method. Some people like to do one harvest only, while some people like to do regular harvests and get multiples from each fruit tree. You decide which suits you best. The tower method (which incorporates the room in a tower structure) now has a handy written tutorial.

Links:

2020-03-03: Good news! The tutorial has now been reviewed by New World Interactive and is now considered an official part of the Minecraft series! So feel free to share it with your friends.

Thanks!

Hello, welcome to my Harvestcraft tutorial series. In this part I'll show you how to build tree fruit trees and set up a "hammock" for these trees to grow in. It will take a little effort and have a few things that you have to learn for this system. It does not involve simply planting trees with fruit and growing a one crop system. You will have to make some investments in the process.The end goal is to produce two tons of fruit from a 100% efficient harvest using no modern technology! (1 ton = 4,550 kg)The second problem is that one ton of fruit is a little heavy. If you make this system, expect to need a friend for it! :)The solution is a little complicated to understand, but it does have some really great benefits. There are two problems with this system, the first is spiders and insects which you cannot get rid of or prevent from reaching this system.The second problem is that any mature tree fruit, including tropical fruit, rot if kept indoors. (In the summer in England.) If you live in a hot climate and your fruit trees are indoors, you may need to use some specialised machinery or grow fruit which is either grown in greenhouses or is commercially shipped, if you want the fruit you produce to not rot.If you prefer not to deal with these problems, then you'll need to use an alternative method. For example, growing with two or more trees is the easiest way. But with growing fruit like bananas and avocadoes, you'll want to wait till they're fully ripe. I want to show you a way to solve these problems with this system. This system will mean your trees are not going to produce fruit for a long time. This might be a problem for you, especially if you want a quick harvest!I have another tutorial on how to make a pyramid tower for buildings. In fact, this building is based on a design that you'll find in the tower tutorial. I'll make an optional appendix on that here, but for now I'd like to show you how to grow tree fruit plants, grow the fruit they produce indoors and how to harvest them.If you wish to learn more about the other ways of growing tree fruit, they're covered in the other parts of the series.In fact, I'm thinking of creating a "Tree Fruit Set" tutorial that shows all of these different methods. If you wish to contribute to that, let me know. I'd be happy to put it together.In this tutorial, I'll show you how to make the "Hammock" system for tree fruit. In addition to this tutorial, you'll also find the video comparison here and some other updates on this site. Before we start...What you'll need...I'm using Minecraft 1.13 with some mods listed below. Every mod is compatible with all versions of the game, but since it is possible that the mods used in this tutorial may have changed over time, you may need to use some mods to get this tutorial to run as I'm going to show it here. You can download the mods I'm using by clicking on the buttons here. I would strongly recommend not using this tutorial on version 1.12.2. If you've already installed mods on that version of the game, you'll need to backup your game before using this tutorial. Once you've saved your game, you can remove all the mods you have installed in 1.12.2 and the tutorial will still work fine.Some of the mods used in the tutorial are


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