|Watering Can (Basic)||Bucket +|
|Watering Can (Hardened)||Watering Can (Basic) +|
Invar Ingot +
Bone Meal +
|Watering Can (Reinforced)||Watering Can (Hardened) +|
Electrum Ingot +
|Watering Can (Signalum)||Watering Can (Reinforced) +|
Signalum Ingot +
Rich Phyto-Gro +
|Watering Can (Resonant)||Watering Can (Signalum) +|
Enderium Ingot +
Fluxed Phyto-Gro +
A watering can can be filled with water by using it on blocks of water while sneaking. This removes the blocks and adds 1,000 mB of water per block to the watering can.
When used, a filled watering can irrigates farmland and speeds up plant growth in an area, in cycles of 4 ticks (5 times per second). Every cycle, each plant-like block in the area has a chance to be forced to update, which may cause it to grow. This chance increases with the watering can’s tier.
A basic watering works in an area of 3x3 blocks when used. This can be increased by upgrading it to a higher tier. When using a watering can of a higher tier, the area can be adjusted by pressing “Cycle Item Mode” (V by default) while holding it.
When using a watering can, a certain amount of water is consumed every cycle. This amount depends on the size of the watering area.
|Area||Water per cycle|
A watering can can be dyed by combining it with a dye in a crafting grid. The dye can be removed by placing the watering can in a crafting grid.
A watering can can be enchanted with Holding to increase its capacity.
|Holding level||Capacity multiplier|
Watering cans come in six tiers.
|Tier||Capacity||Plant growth chance||Max. watering area||Note|
|Creative||N/A||100%||11x11||Holds an unlimited amount of water.|