Fruit Trees

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Fruit Trees
FruitLeaves.gif
FruitLeavesFast.gif
Red Apple (Sapling)Banana (Sapling)Orange (Sapling)Green Apple (Sapling)Lemon (Sapling)Olive (Sapling)Cherry (Sapling)Peach (Sapling)Plum (Sapling)
Gravity

No

Tools

Grid Steel Axe.pngGrid Steel Saw.png

Stackable

Yes, 64

Flammable

No

Weight

Light

Size

Tiny

BlockID

terrafirmacraftplus:?

ItemID

terrafirmacraftplus:item.terrafirmacraft:item.FruitSapling

Obtaining

Fruit trees are found growing naturally in the wild in areas with an average biome temperature between 10 and 25, and a Rainfall value of at least 500.

Fruit trees can be found growing naturally in the wild in temperate areas with a high Rainfall values. Different regions will spawn different kinds of fruit trees. For example, Date fruit trees can be found growing in Africa. Fruit trees can be chopped to obtain Fruitwood.

In deserts, rain is doubled or set to 200 near water, whichever is higher. This allows fruit trees to generate in oases.

Propagation

To grow a fruit tree, the player must first obtain a fruit tree sapling. Fruit tree saplings can be obtained by placing 40 oz of the desired tree's fruit in the middle of a Large Ceramic Vessel. Then, put at least 2 dirt of any type in every other slot of the vessel. Once the fruit decays to 50% decay, a fruit tree sapling will replace the fruit, and 1 dirt from every slot will be consumed. The vessel should be left unsealed in order to let the fruit decay and for the sapling to grow. If the vessel is sealed, a sapling will not appear.

Prepared for growth Grown
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Usage

Fruit tree saplings do not grow instantaneously. One vertical block of the fruit tree will only grow every 2 months. A branch of the fruit tree will only every 1.5 months.[1]

Fruit trees will produce a single piece of fruit per leaf block during their harvest seasons. To harvest the fruit, Rmb.png Right Click or Lmb.png Left Click the leaves and the fruit will drop. All fruit trees drop pieces of fruit ranging from 4 to 16 oz in weight.

Types

Cherry Grn Apple Lemon Olive Orange Peach Plum Red Apple
Leaf Cherry (Leaf).png 5Tree (Leaf).png Lemon (Leaf).png 2Tree (Leaf).png 5Tree (Leaf).png 2Tree (Leaf).png 5Tree (Leaf).png 5Tree (Leaf).png Fruit Tree (Trunk).png Fruit Tree Bark
(All Except Banana)
Flower Cherry (Flower).png Green Apple (Flower).png Lemon (Flower).png Olive (Flower).png Orange (Flower).png Peach (Flower).png Plum (Flower).png Green Apple (Flower).png Banana (Trunk).png Banana Tree Bark
Fruit Cherry (Fruit).png Green Apple (Fruit).png Lemon (Fruit).png Olive (Fruit).png Orange (Fruit).png Peach (Fruit).png Plum (Fruit).png Red Apple (Fruit).png Fruit Tree (Branch).png Dead Branches
Tree Region(s)
Grid Banana (Sapling).png Banana Asia
Grid Cherry (Sapling).png Cherry Asia, Americas
Grid Date (Sapling).png Date Asia, Europe, Africa
Grid Green Apple (Sapling).png Green Apple Asia, Europe
Grid Lemon (Sapling).png Lemon Asia
Grid Olive (Sapling).png Olive Europe, Africa
Grid Orange (Sapling).png Orange Asia
Grid Papaya (Sapling).png Papaya Americas
Grid Peach (Sapling).png Peach Asia
Grid Plum (Sapling).png Plum Asia, Americas
Grid Red Apple (Sapling).png Red Apple Asia, Europe

Palm Types

Banana trees and date palms are unique trees that visually appear more like palm trees. The fruit of palm trees hang off the trees instead of appearing on the trees themselves.

Note: In colder/drier climates during Autumn, leaves turn brownish-orange for all trees.

Banana trees in various states of development
Ripe and unripe dates


Harvest Schedule

Fruit Tree Late Winter Early Spring Spring Late Spring Early Summer Summer Late Summer Early Autumn Autumn Late Autumn
Grid Banana.png Banana Bloom Harvest
Grid Cherry.png Cherry Bloom Harvest
Date.png Date Bloom Harvest
Grid Green Apple.png Green Apple Bloom Harvest
Grid Lemon.png Lemon Bloom Harvest
Grid Olive.png Olive Bloom Harvest
Grid Orange.png Orange Bloom Harvest
Papaya.png Papaya Bloom Harvest
Grid Peach.png Peach Bloom Harvest
Grid Plum.png Plum Bloom Harvest
Grid Red Apple.png Red Apple Bloom Harvest

History

Beta
v2 Build 22Added First Fruit Tree: Apple.
v2 Build 32Added Banana, Green Apple, Orange, Lemon, Olive, Cherry, Peach, & Plum Trees.
v2 Build 46dFruit trees are more rare in the world.
Build 73Fruit is harvested by right-clicking the leaf block instead of breaking it.
79.15Naturally generated fruit trees have the same number of leaves as player grown fruit trees.
Tweaked hitbox of fruit tree branches to make it easier to harvest saplings and fruit.
Fruit can be harvested from leaves using left or right click.
Nerfed amount of fruit each leaf blocks drops to 4 - 16 ounces.
80.19Melons, Oranges, and Peaches now restore water when eaten
81.0Fruit trees now have their own wood type, Fruitwood.
Banana trees given their own unique rendering
Added Papayas as a new type of fruit
Added Dates and Date Palms as a new type of fruit
Changed how fruit tree saplings are produced: place a large vessel on the ground. Put 2 or more dirt in every slot except the center slot. Put at least 40 oz of fruit in the center slot. Leave the vessel unsealed. Wait until the fruit reaches 50% decay.
Changed fruit tree generation so that they drop fruitwood logs when chopped down
Made crops, trees, and fruit trees spawn according to the region data

Trivia

  • Fruit trees only produce fruit when the current temperature is between 0 and 38. For the majority of cases, the seasonal requirements (Spring to Late Autumn) already fall into this temperature range, with the exception being extreme areas such as deserts, very few jungles near the equator, and the deep tundra.

References

  1. Dunkleosteus: "I think the vertical sections are once every 2 months and the branches after are once every 1.5 months" (https://discordapp.com/channels/426337465691799562/621057531527168001/664010666037870593)
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