Infertile Soil, but why?
For some reason, the dirt I'm using does not grow grass. Why? Please post all the things that may cause this.
I already know that grass wont grow if there's a block over the dirt block, or the dirt block is shadowed.
Does prolonged storing of dirt (in chests), or high altitudes perhaps have something to do with this?
XboxHelper - 5 years ago
Top Voted Answer
in order for a dirt block to turn into a grass block, you have to place it somewhere close to another grass block. The block must not be separated in an enclosed room. If you're trying to place it in a room, make sure there is another grass block in the room. You can always use bonemeal or Invedit.
As far as I know, prolonged storing of dirt in chest, or high altitudes does not disable a dirt block from turning into a grass block.
hrdtimefinding1 - 5 years ago
Use a hoe first, to make it more fertile put it within 5 squares of water, after that don't step on it.
Bubmeister1 - 5 years ago
If the grass is underground, it is a difficult process to grow it. But if it's on the surface, it could be too dark. A solution is to use bonemeal with the dirt to cause the grass to grow and make the surrounding land grow as well.
DuneManta - 5 years ago
The dirt does not grow grass on its own grass spreads through dirt blocks with enough light for example grass will expand from a dirt block to another one next to it or 1 or 2 blocks higher than it
RDRplayer - 5 years ago
the dirt only grows grass if you put water on the grass and hoe the dirt FIRST.
nintendosonymic - 5 years ago
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