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How to Make an Automatic Melon and Pumpkin Farm in Minecraft PE

Food is an important thing needed to survive. There are many ways that can be used to get food in Minecraft. One example is by farming or farming melons and pumpkins.


However, there is one problem when we have many plants and are confused because too many are harvested, let alone have to be one at a time. Time, energy and boredom to harvest them one by one will inevitably arise.

Well, for this opportunity, I will discuss an automatic farm method that you can use to harvest melons and pumpkins faster and of course to overcome the problem of boredom because it takes too long.

Here’s just how to make an automatic farm for melons and pumpkins.


• Redstone
• Sticky Pistons
• Hoe
• Knob
• Melon or Pumpkin Seeds
• Waterbucket
• Land


1. Make a hole with a width and depth of 2 blocks and one side of the width of one block with the same depth. For more details, see the picture below.

2. Place the redstone in the hole whose side we give a one block hole.

3. Place the sticky piston in the hole next to it that is not redstoned.

4. Then, cover all the holes using soil or dirt.

5. After everything is covered and level with the surface, you can start hoeing it. Cangkulah the ground that had redstone under it.

6. Plant melon or pumpkin seeds in the soil that has been hoeed earlier.

7. To accelerate growth, you can make a hole as deep as a block on the side of the soil that has been hoeed, then fill it with water.

8. Put the button in the place that we have prepared while waiting for it to bear fruit. You can change the place of the button using a stone for example to make it look better.

9. Finally, if it is fruitful, press the button and automatically the melon or pumpkin will be scattered and ready for us to take directly without having to destroy it first.

This system is only for farming melons and pumpkins, if you want to use it for other plants, you can modify it a little, for example planting it with a pattern of planting melons or pumpkins that are more distant.