Crop Breeding

Breeding is used to take two plants and either multiply them or produce a new different plant.
In order to breed two plants, you must place them cross cropped next to each other linearly with a air block between them.
If black particles appear between two plants, it means the plants can not breed. When breeding, keep a lookout for these black particles.
Not every plant will compulsorily breed with any other plant.
If two of the same plants are bread together, the child plant will be the same as both of the parent plants.