How to make nether wart grow faster

One of the most mystical and dangerous dimensions that you can ever be in in Minecraft is the Nether. 

If you haven’t been to Nether yet, the most distinctive quality that it has is its dark and overall gloomy surroundings that you actually have to crank up the brightness setting of your screen so you can have a better vision of the place. There’s no day time nor any types of weather in the Nether, but it sure has this creepy vibes all the time.

The moment you step out of the portal and into this place, you will also notice that there is almost no vegetation in this place. Yes, you can see grass and fungi here and there, but know that these plants are different from the ones that you see in the Overworld. Nonetheless, they are very useful if you are in Survival Mode, especially the fungi called Netherwart. 

How do I grow a nether wart?

A Nether wart is a clump of tiny, red-shaped ‘plant’ (or tiny red balloon) that you can only see in the Nether. They are most commonly found in the Nether Fortress or a Bastion Remnant. Unless you are in the Creative Mode, you have to get Nether warts from the Nether first, before growing them on your own to use it in creating potions, netherstones, or trade it with another villager to get the supplies that you will need in the game. 

 

To grow a nether wart, you first have to get a hold of a Nether wart and soul sand in the Nether. You have to create a portal and go to the Nether, and look for a Nether Fortress or a Bastion Remnant. Then, you have to explore these places to see if there are any nether warts available. Once you see them, you can right-click on them and store them in your inventory. 

 

1. Create a portal to the Nether.

2. Look for a Nether Fortress or a Bastion Remnant.

If you are a beginner, a Nether Fortress is the large tower-like structure that you will find in the Nether. You can find this place by exploring the nearby area from where you were spawned as they are commonly close or just a mountain away from the portal. If you still can’t see it, you would probably need to create your own bridge to cross the lava ocean as this place might be on the other edge of the smoldering blocks of lava. 

 

It will take some time to discover a Nether Fortress and a Bastion Remnant, but you have to find them to get your hands on the Nether wart. 

 

3.Find a Nether wart farm.

This will look like a pumpkin patch, but with Nether warts planted in it. 

 

4.Harvest the Nether wart using any Fortune III tool.

If your pick-axe or any instrument that you are using to harvest the Netherwart has Fortune III, you will be able to harvest more Nether warts at once. 

After collecting the nether warts that you need, your next goal is to get soul sand. Soul sand is the only blocks where Nether warts grow, so you have to make sure that you have them before coming back to the Overworld. You can find soul sand blocks four blocks deep in the nether wastes. By then, you would be ready to plant your Nether warts. 

Once you are in the Overworld, the next thing that you should do is to lay down the soul sand. Remember that nether warts don’t grow on any other land, so this is important. Then, you can now place your nether warts by right-clicking on the soul sand with your Nether warts at hand. 

 

1.Put the soul sand on the site where you want to plant your Nether warts. 

2.Get the Nether wart from your inventory to your tools tab.

3.Left-click on the soul sand to plant the Nether wart.

How long does it take for a nether wart to grow?

On average, Nether warts grow within 11 minutes, and fully matures after 30 minutes, which is also the time when you can harvest them. Unfortunately, unlike any other vegetations available in Minecraft, you will not be able to make their growth faster by putting fertilizers such as Bone Meal. 

How to make nether wart grow faster in Minecraft Bedrock?

If you think you can make Nether warts in Minecraft Bedrock frow faster by exposing them to a light source, water or bone meals, you are wrong. I haven’t really tried to make them grow faster, but it has been stated from different Minecraft forums that Nether warts can still grow faster by putting the soul sand on top of lava, since lava makes them grow three times faster. Therefore, you need to simulate the conditions it has from the Nether to make sure it grows fast and be ready for harvest in no time. 

How to make nether wart grow faster in Minecraft Java?

Aside from being able to mine a Nether wart using a hoe, there is not much of a difference between Nether warts in Bedrock than in Java. You can still use put lava under the soul sand and try to replicate the conditions and environment in the Nether to allow a faster growth for your Nether warts. 

 

In conclusion

To make a Netherwart grow faster, you can put lava blocks underneath the soul sand where you are trying to plant it on. You can also try to mimic the environment in the Nether if you want to make your Nether warts grow faster.

 

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How to keep water from freezing in Minecraft

You might have come across an odd but common situation where you want to sit in the overworld of Minecraft, but you find yourself lacking the option to do so. For some reason, vanilla Minecraft does not allow you to sit at all outside of specific instances. 

Luckily, you can use various mods that allow you to sit. One of the more prominent mods, Sit, allows you to sit in specific blocks (i.e. slabs, blocks, and one-half of a bed) by simply right-clicking on that block with an empty hand. Simply press Shift and you’ll be up right away.
Water is a fluid that you can use for a variety of tasks in the Overworld. You need water if you want to grow your crops, if you want to go fishing, and even save yourself from death if you are on the brink of falling down a cliff. 

 

Read this article if you want to know how to keep water from freezing in your Minecraft world!

 

1. Avoid putting or building your water source in a snowy biome

 

This is the number one law that you have to abide by if you don’t want your water to freeze: Never put them in a snowy biome. Water, when placed in a snowy biome will turn into ice within a minute or so. 


Although using water is inevitable if you want to explore snowy biomes, expect that it will eventually turn into ice if you let it out in the open for too long. 

2. Use a form of light to keep water from freezing

 

Light is important in Minecraft if you are farming and trying to protect yourself from mob spawning, and keep water from Freezing. Here are the light sources that I often use to keep water from freezing, along with the list of useful light sources in Minecraft that can also get the job done. 

 

Torches 

 

Whatever level you are in, you can get access to torches. It looks like a lighted matchstick in the game, but this is an effective tool to keep your water from freezing. I usually surround my water source with torches to make sure that the water won’t freeze. 

Lanterns 

Lanterns on Minecraft can light up a wider range of space compared to other light sources. You can hang a lantern over water to keep it from freezing.

 

(This is what I usually do whenever I want to start planting in a cold biome. I usually put water and hang a lantern on top of it, then start planting crops around it.)

 

Beacon (Level 15)  

Beacon is a very effective tool to keep water from turning into ice, however, this is a symbol of greatness in Minecraft that only really good Minecraft players have the ability to make this. 

 

Campfire (Level 15)  

It is easy to craft a campfire to use it as a light source to keep water from freezing. You only need to have a stick and coal or a charcoal and a log to make one. This emits a level 15 light intensity so this can definitely do the job. 

 

Lava (Level 15) 

For a wide water source, I suggest the usage of Lava blocks to keep them from freezing. Although bear in mind that if you are using the Java version, it is not possible to get Lava blocks only exist in Minecraft Bedrock. 

 

Glowstone (Level 15)

This is an uncommon option to keep your water from freezing, but this is very effective when you are building a larger water source. You can just put the Glowstones underneath the water blocks and they will prevent them from turning into ice. 

 

If you want to know how to make a Glowstone in Minecraft, click on this link. 

3. Cover your water source

 

Another useful trick to keep water from freezing in a cold biome is to cover it with a slab of block. Exposing your water to the sky will turn it to ice.

4. Put Glowstones underneath the water blocks

 

Glowstones are not rare, but new players don’t usually have an access to them since they can only be harvested from the Nether

This is the method that I do when I have to use Glowstones to prevent water from freezing: After digging and laying the foundation of your water source, put one layer of Glowstones blocks on it, then you can already put your water in it. 

 

Some prefer putting glass on top of the Glowstones before putting water in it, but I usually skip this step. 

 

How to keep water from freezing in Minecraft Bedrock

 

There’s not a lot of difference between Minecraft Bedrock and Minecraft Java, but here are some tips that I can share with you to keep water from freezing in Minecraft Bedrock.

 

1. Use a lot of torches

  

Using torches is my own preference, but you can always use any light source with a higher light level.

2. Put a slab of blocks over the water to keep it from freezing. 

 


Most tutorials online say that the height of the slab from the water does not matter, but I advice that you put the slab as close as you can to the water source to keep it from freezing. 

 

How to keep water from freezing in Minecraft Java

1. Use lava to keep them from turning into ice

I often use lava and other light sources with higher light levels since I have observed that water turns into ice faster in Java compared to the Bedrock edition. Exposure to snowfall can instantly turn water into ice, so we need a more intense light source to prevent that. 

 

In conclusion

 

Water is a useful tool for every Minecraft player, but they oftentimes turn into ice when you leave them out in the open or build them in cold and snowy biomes. You can keep water from freezing in Minecraft by doing these things:

 

  • Avoid putting or building your water source in a snowy biome.
  • Use a form of light to keep water from freezing. 
  • Cover your water source.
  • Use Glowstones underneath the waterblocks. 

 

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