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AgriCraft

AgriCraft
AgriCraft
Name AgriCraft
Creator InfinityRaider
Latest Version 1.3.1
Minecraft Version 1.7.10
Website http://minecraft.curseforge.com/mc-mods/agricraft
Root Mod Unspecified
Modpacks Cloud 9 1.7 Pack
Feed The Beast Beyond
Feed The Beast Infinity Evolved
Feed The Beast Infinity Evolved Skyblock
Feed The Beast Vanilla+
Hubris
Pathfinder
Regrowth

AgriCraft is an agricultural mod. Rather than implementing a multitude of new crops for players to cultivate, its goal is to reimplement and expand on the Crops system from IndustrialCraft2. Unlike the system from IndustrialCraft, AgriCraft aims to support crops from any mod and allowing them to be configured for cross-breeding through mutations.

The mod provides several tools used to grow crops, including a simple, but effective irrigation system which primarily consists out of the Water Tank, Irrigation Channel and Sprinkler.

Though the mod doesn't do a lot of terrain generation, it does generate (small) greenhouses in villages which grow a number of random crops.

Crossbreeding and Stat Boosting[edit]

One of AgriCraft's main features is the ability to crossbreed plants together to create stronger or entirely new ones. This is done through the use of Crop Sticks which "holds" the parent plant that the player wishes to breed. With a plant cultivated with a Crop Stick, it can either be crossbred with a different parent plant in an attempt to produce a new crop or bred with the same type for a possible stronger result.

Stat Boosting Basics[edit]

Using the Seed Analyzer allows the player to reveal three base stats found on all Agricraft seeds. Growth; the speed of which the plant grows, Gain; the amount of produce the plant will create when harvested, and Strength; the abilty for a plant to carry it's stats over to the children plants.

By breeding two plants together there lies a small chance of the stats carrying over to the child plant. This applies to crossbreeding as well.

Crossbreeding Basics[edit]

When the right two plants are placed within a block of each other, there is a small chance that they will create a new plant in the middle block between them. Using a double Crop Stick in between the plants allows the parent plants to spread to that square and possibly crossbreed.

New seed discoveries can be recorded in the Agricultural Journal when it is placed in the Seed Analyzer.