Cacti have been in the game since Minecraft’s official release 10 years ago. In this post, we are going to tell you about the Minecraft: Uses of Cactus in the game-play.
Cacti can be smelted into green dyes in Minecraft. Players can create an infinite XP farm by combining a bamboo farm with a cactus farm. Players will also receive XP after manually removing a cooked item from the furnace. An automatic bamboo farm provides fuel, while a cactus farm provides cacti for smelting. Smelting items give experience points.
Cactus can be smelted into green dye in Minecraft. Combining green dye and blue dye gives two cyan dyes. It is the primary source of green dye in the game. Dyes have many uses in Minecraft, such as coloring sheep, banners, wolf collar, glasses, wool, and more.
Lime dye can be crafted similarly by mixing white dye and green dye.
Cactus is the best trash can in Minecraft. Using a simple Redstone contraption, players can make an automatic trash disposal system. Put all the pointless items in the chest, and they will automatically dispense out all the items on a cactus. Players can manually throw useless items on a cactus and get rid of them.
Its green color suits grass blocks. Cactus can be used for decorating paths, gardens, and bases in Minecraft. It doesn’t do damage when inside the pot. Like flowers, cactus can also be planted in a flower pot.
Mob Protection Wall
All entities, including mobs and players, take damage from cacti. Players can use cacti to form a wall around their base for protection against mobs. Even friendly passive mobs avoid touching cacti in Minecraft. Zombies, creepers, and other hostile mobs seem to be aware that cacti mean damage.