Productive Bees is a Minecraft Mod that allows you to breed and create 1.16.5 your very own bees. If you are not familiar with this type of mod, it’s quite simple actually. All you need to do is to be able to craft the right kind of bee hives and bees, collect the required items and start the colony. It’s easy to learn since the guide will tell you exactly what to do, but of course you can always get help from the forum or other members on the mod’s website. Once you’ve created your first colony, it’s advisable to keep them in a safe place so they don’t become stressed. Just make sure you place the hive near a water source.
Once you have begun to create your colonies, you will notice that there will be a constant supply of honey. Now, you can harvest honey by simply using a dispenser and by using a pump to collect the honey. Before you harvest the honey, however, it’s important to know that bees are very sensitive to extreme temperatures. So, it’s best for you to avoid spring time and summer months. Once you have gotten your bees ready, the last thing you need to do is to start harvesting the honey. When you start to collect honey, a message will pop up in the screen letting you know that the honey has been found.
This is just how Productive Bees works. You may think that collecting honey is very easy, but you should keep in mind that there are many things that you have to consider in order to be successful in this game. As an example, bees always produce more honey when they are fed with sugar. If you want to collect enough honey, you have to make sure that you give your bee colony plenty of food. And the way you do that is by putting golden honey in the hopper.
In the previous version of the game, this wasn’t possible because honey only stayed in the hopper for five minutes. However, the Productive Bees Minecraft Mod makes this possible because bees are now able to collect honey faster than five minutes. This is perfect because you can easily finish your farming before the sun sets. When the sun sets, the bees will naturally return to their hives to collect all of their stored honey. And if you have built the right hives, they will automatically depart after about ten minutes.
If you want to speed up the honey collection, you can also use honey stone. However, this is very expensive compared to the ordinary honey. Instead of using honey stone, you can use vanilla or cinnamon sticks. Just make sure that you mix the stick with water so that you can create sufficient honey.
You can use honey jars to store collected honey. The jars don’t have to be large because bees are very particular about the size of the container that they can get. But the problem is that bees will quickly build their hives around the jars so you need to rebuild the jars every three days. Once you have exhausted your supply of jars, you should purchase a bigger one to start collecting honey again.