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Chorus plantations are mainly the source of materials to craft purpur blocks in mass numbers for construction. Chorus fruits are first popped in a furnace, then crafted into blocks with a production ratio of 4 fruits for 4 blocks. This setup works best when adding a group of furnaces and an autonomous source of fuel, such as a tree farm which provides wood, which can be smelted into charcoal. This combination is self-sufficient, which means it can be built in any remote place devoid of plentiful sources of construction blocks, such as space between the End’s central and outer islands or space above the Nether’s top bedrock layer.
In order to harvest a chorus plant it is enough to chop down the plant’s bottommost block, which will cause all blocks above it to be harvested, with a chance of dropping chorus fruits. While easy, this does not allow for chorus flowers to be harvested, because they do not drop this way, so they must be harvested separately.
Manual harvesting of chorus plants involves manually planting the chorus flower (or multiple flowers), waiting for the plant(s) to grow, and manual harvesting.
Because the chorus plants grow quite tall, it is preferable to create a separate platform at the height from where it would be possible to harvest chorus flowers. When the plants are fully grown, it would be possible to climb onto the platform and harvest the flowers. If some plants are not accessible from the platform, they can be reached by jumping onto other plants, but this method has a risk of falling onto the surface from a considerable height. The varied and unpredictable form of chorus plants can also pose a problem. However, plants can be confined within a “tube” of solid blocks in order to limit their width and to simplify harvesting.
Automated harvesting involves automating specific processes of harvesting using pistons or flowing water. Virtually all automated farms use confinement of plants’ growth in order to simplify the process.
Semi-automatic designs usually involve manual harvesting of chorus flowers in amounts enough to sustain the plantation and automated harvesting of the plants. Usually, some plants are limited in height to allow for simple harvesting of chorus flowers. After the harvesting is done, pistons or flowing water are used to chop the plants. The drops can be concentrated in a hopper line.
Away from keyboard (AFK) harvesting involves collecting flowers and fruits by chopping them with an array of pistons, similarly to automatic tree farms. But, unlike tree farms, chorus plants’ growth can’t be sped up by bone meal, which significantly slows down the production rate in comparison to tree farming. On top of that, the flowers must be broken manually in order for this kind of farm to be sustainable. It can be automated by fixing the use and break buttons in a pressed position (such as by a heavy object). Unlike manual or semi-automatic chorus planting, AFK-able designs are more complicated to built and are quite rare.
- Cubfan135’s semi-automatic farm
- Ray’s Works’ AFK design
- GTexperience’s AFK design
- Javamonk’s design