You’ll need a few job blocks if you’re constructing your own Minecraft village. Your village will have a farmer if you have a composter. The composter recipe is quite easy to produce and does not take a lot of money. Plant resources such as long grass, saplings, and crops can be composted to create a bone meal.
What do you need to make a composter?
- A total of seven wooden slabs (Any wood will work)
- A crafting table
Fences and wooden planks were utilized in the process, but it has since been altered to the slab formula that it is now. To create a composter, you’ll need seven wooden slabs. You may use whichever wooden slabs you have on hand. To create a composter, you’ll also need the 3×3 crafting menu of a crafting table.
The process of creating a composter
Place seven pieces of wood around the outside perimeter of the crafting GUI in a U shape, leaving a vacant space in the center square, as well as the second box in the first row, to build a composter. To gather the block from the crafting table, simply click the composter and drag it into your inventory.
To make a bone meal, composters can be loaded with a variety of plant materials such as flowers, carrots, saplings, and long grass. Each plant material adds to the composter’s level until it reaches the top. It will then drop a chunk of bone meal for you to utilize.
You’ll observe green sparkles in the composter as it fills up, similar to when you’re growing bone meal crops or grass. The composter will generate a varying proportion for different “tiers” of plant material. Plant materials of higher grade, such as pumpkin pie or cake, can almost entirely fill a composter. Simpler plant elements, such as seeds or leaves, will produce less.
You may even give villagers specific tasks as long as their profession isn’t locked down. Unassigned villagers will seek out a nearby work block and, if the requirements are satisfied, will become farmer villagers.