How to Craft and Use Packed Mud in Minecraft

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In the newest 1.19 update of Minecraft, there were added a lot of blocks and other items. Surprisingly, the most attention is paid to a new Packed Mud block. So, how to craft and use Packed Mud? Read this guide, and you will find this out.

How to Craft Packed Mud in Minecraft

Unfortunately, packed mud now is available only for PC/Mac game version 1.19. On other devices, you can not craft and use this block. So, you need to wait until the newest update will be released on other platforms. Approximately it will take 2 to 3 weeks.

However, if you play on a PC or Mac, you can easily craft this block even right now. All you need for this craft is wheat and mud. Wheat you can craft using 4 seeds / 1 Hay Bale or 8 Bone Meal. Mud is a new recourse, and it is well spread. You can find the Mud in the Mangrove Swamp biome.

To craft the Packed Mud, you need to put mud in the first box and wheat in the second box of the first row. By doing this you will get one block of Packed Mud. If you are playing in the creative mode, use a command: /give @p packed_mud 1. That is how it works. 

How to Use Packed Mud in Minecraft

However, it is not clear if the packed mud will be popular material in Minecraft. This block requires wheat, which makes this resource quite expensive. Also, Packed Mud looks very ordinary, nothing special. In Minecraft, there are a lot of blocks like it. Probably, you will find better material to use. 

Related: How to Craft and Use a Mangrove Sign In Minecraft

Why should Packed Mud become popular? No answer. So, that is all with Packed Mud in Minecraft. Hope you find this guide helpful!

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