How to get bees out of advanced beehive minecraft? Are you using the productive bee mod in Minecraft? If you’re having trouble getting bees in or out of an advanced beehive, this could be due to the bee’s requirements, using the wrong nest type, or pressing the wrong buttons. This wikiHow will show you how to get productive bees out of an advanced beehive in modded Minecraft.
Update to the latest version.
Update your mods to the newest version. There is a known error with All the Mods 8 / ATM8 1.0.13 (productivebees-1.19.2-0.10.5.2) that affects the Feeding Slab. This could cause the bees to become stuck in or out of the hive. Update to the latest version, and then restart Minecraft.
Wait until morning.
Bees will come out in the morning. If it’s nighttime, the bees will be in their hive until morning. You can sleep by the hive so you can catch them quickly in the morning.
Create a nest.
Create a nest for solitary bees. If you’re having trouble getting bees out of an advanced hive, they may be solitary bees. These bees require nests to move (one per bee). Once moved into a nest, they can be used to breed other bees.
Solitary bees do not produce any resources, such as honeycomb.
Meet the flower requirements.
Make sure you meet the bee’s requirements. Each bee has specific flower requirements to go into a hive and/or produce resources. Right-click or press U on the bee to view its requirements, and then place or plant them accordingly.
Use the Shift key.
Hold Shift and right-click the hive when using a bee cage. This will reset the bees’ hive location when releasing them. If you click normally, the bees will return to their old hives.
Beehive and Bee Nest: what’s the difference?
The main difference between a Bee Nest and a Beehive is that Beehives are crafted by the player, whereas Bee Nests are naturally spawned during world generation.
They also look different, with Bee Nests sporting the more familiar stripe pattern as opposed to the Beehive’s slightly more brick-like texture. But otherwise they work in exactly the same way: they are both housing blocks for up to 3 Bees.
To make a Beehive in a Crafting Table, place any wooden planks along the top and bottom rows, and fill the middle row with 3 Honeycomb (see below for an example).
How to breed Bees
To get two Bees to breed, simply give them each a flower. Bees will follow any nearby player holding a flower, and giving one to a Bee will cause them to enter “Love Mode”.
Much like other breedable animals such as Foxes, Horses, Goats, and Axolotls, while in Love Mode Bees will seek out other nearby Bees in Love Mode. When they find such a mate they’ll pair off and breed, producing a baby Bee. This will give the player a small amount of XP.
It takes a single in-game day for a baby Bee to reach adulthood, but this can be sped up by “feeding” the baby Bee more flowers (each flower reduces remaining time by a tenth of a day). Bees that have just bred cannot breed again until 5 minutes have passed.
One important note: both the breeding cooldown and the growth rate are paused for any Bee that is inside a Beehive or Bee Nest, so it’s often a good idea while attempting to breed Bees to break the hives and replace them later.
Bee Behaviour and Pollinating
As you’ll know if you’ve read our guide to Minecraft mobs, Bees are Neutral mobs, which means they’ll only attack you if provoked. You provoke a Bee by:
- Attacking a nearby Bee
- Destroying a nearby Beehive/Bee Nest
- Extracting Honey/Honeycomb from a Nest which doesn’t have a Campfire beneath it.
If a Bee is angry towards a player, it will attempt to sting them, dealing damage and poisoning the player for a short time. You can lessen the effect of this by using Potions. The Bee will lose its stinger after the attack, meaning it cannot attack again; and it will die shortly afterwards.
If you wish to kill a Bee, then it’s good to remember: they are classed as an Arthropod, which means the Bane Of Arthropods enchantment will increase your damage against it. An alternative is to run away, because Bees will stop being hostile if they do not sting their target within 25 seconds of being provoked.
A large part of a Bee’s behaviour is pollination. During the night Bees stay in their hives, but during the day they’ll wander up to 22 blocks away from their home in search of pollen.
If they find a flower (not in a flower pot) or a berry bush it will take time to collect pollen from it. The Bee will then return the pollen to its nest, and any growable crop they fly over along the way will be pollinated, which has the same effect as bone meal: it will speed up the growth of that crop.
How to harvest Honey and Honeycomb at a Bee Farm
Bees can’t be trained to fight for you, so don’t expect them to help against slimes or the Wither boss. However, Bee Farms are useful for harvesting both Honey and Honeycomb, which are two resources that have different purposes.
To harvest Honeycomb, you’ll need to use Shears on a Beehive or Bee Nest that has reached a “honey level” of 5.
Honeycomb is used to create Beehives and Candles, and it can also be used to “wax” various kinds of Copper blocks.
To harvest Honey, right-click on the Beehive or Bee Nest with an empty Glass Bottle. This will fill the bottle with Honey.
Honey can be placed in a crafting window to produce 3 Sugar, or you can put 4 Honey in a 2×2 grid to create a Honey Block, a block which deters and slows mobs, and lowers fall damage for anything that lands on it.
Make sure you place a lit Campfire under any Beehive or Bee Nest that you’re about to harvest Honey or Honeycomb from, as this will stop the Bees from attacking you when you do so.
To make a Campfire in a Crafting Table window, fill the bottom row with 3 Logs, place 1 Coal in the middle of the grid, and then place 3 sticks above and to the left and right of the Coal, as you see below
Bees may be dangerous under certain circumstances, but I’ve always found them to be a beautiful outdoor sight while exploring new Minecraft worlds. If you have the itch to explore and discover new lands, be sure to check out our list of the best Minecraft seeds. And if you really want to make your new world pop, be sure to check out our page on the best Minecraft shader packs. If you’re itching to make a new base, take a look at our lists of castle and tower ideas for inspiration
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