|Drops||1-3 Peat Bricks
Peat is a terrain block variant created during world generation. The grass coverage (grass variant) indicates the climate conditions in the area.
There is only one type of peat block that currently exists. Players can find deposits of peat scattered throughout the world based on climate and other factors.
Peat blocks has grass coverage variants and may appear as "bare peat" with a brown top (no grass), or a green top surface, aka "grass block". Depending on climactic conditions, grass coverage appears sparse (patchy brown and green) on peat blocks. Tall grass may also grow/spawn on "grass" blocks.
Peat blocks may be removed by breaking (left click) with an empty hand or using any tool, though a shovel is a faster method to harvest peat blocks. When broken, peat blocks drop 1-3 peat bricks, which stack to 32 and may be carried in player inventory, stored in stationary containers or stored in stacks of 32 on solid surfaces. Peat blocks may NOT be harvested intact and replaced elsewhere.
Peat blocks may NOT be carried in player inventory or stored in containers.
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