In Bedrock Edition wooden hoes can be found in Diamond hoes can be found in In Bedrock Edition they can be found in Hoes are used to turn dirt, grass blocks and grass paths into farmland.
To till, press use on a grass or dirt block while holding a hoe. Hoes can also be used to convert coarse dirt into regular dirt by pressing use on the coarse dirt.
Tilling is effectively instantaneous, regardless of material, and uses 1 durability. Breaking blocks with a hoe uses 0 durability.
Hoes may be used as a weapon, though they do only 1 damage, no more than a fist. Hoes use 1 durability when used as a weapon.
In the Java edition, hoes have an attack speed modifier depending on the material: Hoes always attack instantly in the Console and Bedrock editions.
Wooden hoes can be used as a fuel in furnaces , smelting 1 item per hoe. Issues relating to "Hoe" are maintained on the bug tracker.
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About Minecraft Wiki Disclaimers Mobile view. Pick up any type of hoe from a crafting table output. Hoes are an ancient technology, predating the plough and perhaps preceded only by the digging stick.
In Sumerian mythology , the invention of the hoe was credited to Enlil , the chief of the council of gods. Ancient Greek iron hoe Kerameikos Archaeological Museum.
Shennong the Divine Farmer Han Dynasty , 2nd century. Over the past fifteen or twenty years, hoes have become increasingly popular tools for professional archaeologists.
While not as accurate as the traditional trowel , the hoe is an ideal tool for cleaning relatively large open areas of archaeological interest.
It is faster to use than a trowel, and produces a much cleaner surface than an excavator bucket or shovel-scrape, and consequently on many open-area excavations the once-common line of kneeling archaeologists trowelling backwards has been replaced with a line of stooping archaeologists with hoes.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Hoe disambiguation. A year-old iron Roman hoe blade. A Dutch hoe or push hoe; usually attached to a long hilt and handle.
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