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Growth of crystals.

Aleksei Shubnikov

Growth of crystals.

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Published by Consultants Bureau .
Written in English

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ContributionsSheftal, N N.
The Physical Object
Number of Pages178
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Open LibraryOL13725752M

Growth crystals basically work in a 9x9 block (ie, +-4 blocks away in X and Z) They also work blocks down and up. So you can place them floating about two blocks up from a crop and they'll accelerate growth, and have room for a crop directly under the crystal.

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