Auto-making mushrooms in Minecraft can be extremely useful for you. In today’s guide, we’ll give you step-by-step instructions on how to do this.
This idea was first created and presented by Youtuber EagleEye621! You will find detailed step-by-step instructions below.
How to make automatic mushroom making in Minecraft
Step 1 – Get the Resources
Building a farm takes a lot of resources and all the information you need to do it is listed in the above image.
Step 2 – build the base
The basic level of your farm consists of: 1 chest, 3 funnels, 28 boards and 6 blocks of redstone. Place them as shown in the picture above, starting with the chest in front.
Step 3 – place the rails
This is the easiest step. Place a motorized rail on both redstone blocks in the back. Then, one at a time, place three live traces on all of the other blocks of Redstone. After that, place the rest of the tracks as shown, including on top of the three funnels.
Step 4 – Place the Podzol
Podzol creates perfect conditions for mushrooms. It’s not incredibly easy, but it works if you can’t find a mycelium. You will want to place a number of podzol running from the back to right behind the hoppers. Next, you’ll also want to place a row of podzol in the middle, one layer below the other. In the end it should look like the picture above.
Step 5 – Place the Flask and Observer
This is the most expensive step, but relatively easy. Place the flasks from both rows of Podzol on the sides of the block as shown in the picture above. Do this for each individual podzol until you use 32 plungers. Then place an observer between the flask and podzol, but one layer on top. This will use 32 observers. You can see these two actions in the picture above.
Step 6 – put the mushrooms
Another easy step, but there are some limitations. Because of the way the mushrooms grow, you should add them to the podzol four times in turns.
Step 7 – Maximize Productivity
The most important thing about the above picture is that the mushrooms can no longer receive light. Mushrooms can only grow at a light intensity of 10 or less. The picture above seems like a big change from the mushroom farm we’ve built so far, but only one layer of blocks has been added.
Step 8 – Cultivate
The picture above shows how expandable this farm is. By changing the position of the funnel, you can make this farm not only the height you want, but also the width you want. It may seem complicated, but the next module is just a copy of the first above. A couple of additional funnels are required to direct collections onto the chest, but this is the only big change.
Minecraft is an electronic game of the sandbox and survival genres that has no specific objectives to complete, leaving players free to choose how they want to play the game. However, there is a system of achievements and a final boss that must be defeated
Minecraft was originally launched by Mojang in 2009 and has versions for iOS, Android, PC, PS Vita, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Nintendo 3DS, and Nintendo Switch.