Mycelium, which is found naturally in mushroom fields and other dirt blocks, can release spores. It can be much harder to find in Minecraft seeds.
Farming the block is an option, as players might not want to bring a whole Minecraft biome's worth mycelium along with them while they travel. This will likely stop players from making multiple trips to the mushroom farms.
Mycelium needs to spread only if there are dirt blocks adjacent and a light level nine or higher above them. Mycelium will spread to dirt blocks that have a minimum of four light levels.
A few mycelium blocks are required before Minecrafters can start their mycelium farms. This can be done easily in Creative Mode. However, Survival Mode gamers will need to obtain mycelium blocks from a mushroom field biome with a tool enchanted by Silk Touch.
Without Silk Touch, the mycelium won't drop any dirt blocks, so it is important to use the enchantment.
After users have attained a minimum of a few mycelium blocks, they will need to locate an area where they can place their farm. It is important that the farm receives sunlight. Artificial lighting may be difficult to place.
For the farm base, create a large, square area made from a non-grass or dirt block such as stone, wood, etc. Dig/mine any blocks within the perimeter limit to create a hole one block deep.
Place dirt blocks in the hole, then place two mycelium stones on top of them. To increase the lighting at night, Minecraft players can cover these mycelium block with fencing made of torches and lanterns.
This is the simplest way to grow mycelium. The mycelium blocks at the top of your farm will gradually spread to the dirt blocks.
After the mycelium has spread to its full extent, Minecrafters will be able to remove the mycelium and replace it with dirt blocks. It is important to keep the topmost mycelium block in the middle intact. This will stop the mycelium from spreading.