How to Farm Cactus in Minecraft

 How to Farm Cactus in Minecraft

Everyone knows about Minecraft, because it’s the top-selling video game in the world. It is an open-world survival game that is extremely popular due to social platforms such as YouTube, where gamers stream themselves playing the game in different ways. In this guide, we will take you through the process of how to farm Cactus in Minecraft.

Minecraft: Cactus Farming Guide

Cactus is an interesting plant that you can farm in Minecraft, and get a lot of it. They have plenty of uses, and you can grow them once you have collected two of these blocks. You can use them to destroy blocks that you don’t want, which means you can use them as a safe replacement for lava. You can get a small cactus for decoration by placing a cactus in a flower pot. Another use is to damage mobs by placing them in a strategic manner. This makes for great walls.

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Thus, with all the uses for cactus, you should consider making yourself a cactus farm. We have all the details below so that you will be able to get as much cactus as you need.

Cactus will grow up to 3 blocks tall, and you can only grow them on sand. So, the first thing that you will need to do if you want to farm cactus in Minecraft is to collect some sand blocks. You will need more of them if you want to make a bigger farm. While you are looking for sand near the water, you will also find a couple of cactus blocks, which are also essential.

To pick up the cactus, you will need to hit the base and not the top. This is because this can damage other items of your character. When placing them, make sure to keep an ample amount of space between each block. Note that you don’t need sunlight, water or tilled ground to plant them. They are quite hardy and will survive on their own, growing without any help. 

Jayita T

Part-time gamer, full-time reader of obscure literature.

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