Mine Craft Tree Farm

Introduction: Mine Craft Tree Farm


A small multilevel tree farm


Edit : this farm turns out to be very very slow stay tuned for a new one in the near future

I'll make another instructable when i get at least one comment.

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Step 1: The Base

First thing to do is decide how big you want it. Ill build on that is  5x5 and hold 5 trees.
 Then once you find the area build a grid pattern out of wood or rock (each hole will be a tree) then souround it with chosen material to make a box. fill the empty spaces with dirt

Step 2: Upwards

now on the corners of you pad build pillars 7 high then bridge them make another pillar  and make a latter up.

Step 3: Level 2

to make level 2 make a cross in the middle of he frame then fill holes with dirt.

Step 4: The Roof

Build a pillars on the corners of level 2 then ether build another level or a roof.

Step 5: Plant


plant the trees in the dirt and places torch's on the cobble or wood or whatever you used.

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    10 Discussions

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    LegoMiner590
    LegoMiner590

    4 years ago on Introduction

    I know how to make trees and crops grow faster. Take some bone meal, made from one bone, and right click a crop or tree.

    Interesting, i feel like there should be more information though for this guide.

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    Boppo3
    Boppo3

    8 years ago on Introduction

    dude, 7 pillars high is way too low. thats what making it so slow. make sure that the pillars are at least 10 blocks high.

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    scistone
    scistone

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Duh, I mean, does it like, make them grow taller or something, cause otherwize just put em in the ground

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    Thermonuklear

    I made a similar contraption once, it was 7x7 though. More room for growth that way.

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    Kaptain Kool
    Kaptain Kool

    8 years ago on Introduction

    Cool! It would be awesome to make a planter based on this in real life(of course, to a smaller scale)

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    brandon borick
    brandon borick

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Thats where i got the idea my friends mom made one like this out of 3 tires and old sky poles