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MineCraft Tutorial: How to make automatic melon/pumpkin farm.

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Hi friends. I have started a new youtube channel. The first idea for the videos was Tutorial Friday. Tutorial Friday series will be uploaded every friday, and i will try to show you a lot of interesting tutorials. So the first Tutorial Fridays starts with Automatic Pumpkin and Melon farm. Farm ir really easy to make, farm take only 5 by 5 blocks place so you can build it where ever you want. Enjoy!







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