• Sugar Cane is a type of plant that is commonly found in Minecraft. It can be found and placed on grass, podzol, dirt or sand, as long as the block is adjacent to water on at least one side. Each sugar cane plant can grow up to a height of four blocks.


  • Consulting the Wiki If you have read the entry on the Minecraft wiki you will first notice that there is no reference to Sugarcane growing any faster on sand than it does on dirt.

    Similarly, how long does sugar cane take to grow Minecraft? Sugar cane grows using block ticks. Every 16 block ticks it grows, and each block tick happens on average every 68 seconds, that means on average a sugar cane will grow every 1088 seconds, or 18 minutes 8 seconds.

    Correspondingly, what does sugarcane grow best on in Minecraft?

    Sugar cane can only be planted on grass, dirt, podzol, and sand blocks. Every 16 random ticks, sugar cane grows 1 block in height, similar to how cactus, kelp, and bamboo grow. On average, sugar cane will grow 1 block every 18 minutes. Sugar canes growth rate is unaffected by the absence of light.

    How do you grow sugar cane?

    To plant sugar cane, put just one block of it in one block of dirt or sand next to still water by right clicking the dirt or sand block. When farming sugar cane, you can just let the sugar cane grow, and when it grows taller than 1 block high, break the second block.

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