Bell Pepper

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Bell Pepper
PepperYellow (1).png
PepperRed (1).png
Green Bell Pepper (Harvest).png
Green Bell Pepper (Harvest)Yellow Bell Pepper (Harvest)Red Bell Pepper (Harvest)Yellow Bell Pepper (Seed)Red Bell Pepper (Seed)
Stackable

Seeds: Yes, 64
Others: No

Size

Tiny

Weight

Seeds: Light
Others: Heavy

ItemID

terrafirmacraftplus:item.18284 - 18286, 19170, 19171

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Obtaining

Bell Peppers can be found growing in the wild between the seasons of Spring and Late Summer, and have a chance to regenerate during those seasons every year. Break the plant to obtain bell pepper seeds as well as an average of 6 oz of red or yellow bell peppers if the crop is mature, or an average of 6 oz of green bell peppers if the crop hasn't fully matured. Bell Peppers require a minimum temperature of 12℃ to grow, and a minimum temperature of 4℃ to stay alive. Bell Peppers are a Nutrient C crop.

Usage

Main article: Food

Bell peppers can be eaten directly. Consuming bell peppers replenishes the vegetable nutrient category.

Configuration

Main article: Configuration
Option Default
Value
Description
enableCropsDie false
Should ripe crops eventually die if they aren't harvested?

Achievements

Main article: Achievements
Icon Achievement In-game description Prerequisites Actual requirements (if different)
Achievement-plain.png
Grid Onion (Harvest).png
Gatherer Find a wild vegetable None Harvest a wild crop

History

Beta
Build 61Added bell peppers.
Bell peppers can be found growing wildly in patches in newly generated chunks.
Build 76Bell peppers no longer die from old age by default.
Added a config option 'enableCropsDie'.
78.0Wild bell peppers respawn every year between the seasons of Spring and Late Summer.
Bell pepper seeds can only be obtained through breaking crops.

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