Well in that case, that's pretty cool. Sorry if I got judgey at you, I let the judgments on my map influence my feelings about yours, causing nothing but badness. Please accept my apology as a gentleman for any offence or otherwise negative feelings portrayed by my previous comments.Iron: The whole point of this skyblock map, is to play through the vanilla end of it, and then "unlock" the whole new level of modded. If that isn't to anyone's liking, then this isn't for them. I do strictly state in my OP "Do everything you'd normally do in skyblocks." and "For the most part, the beginning of this map remains exactly the same as skyblocks, aside from loot/mob alterations caused by mods." I never said it was going to be easy to unlock the mod part. If people don't like playing vanilla, then there are plenty of other Skyblock maps available for them to choose, but this is the map that I wanted to play, and so I made it. There is another wonderful skyblock map that gives you a Minium stone right off the bat, and the people who don't like vanilla should instead use that map.
Wart: Well then! I actually wasn't aware that you could mutate crops with IC2--that's a part of the mod that I never delved in to, or even knew existed. I may now need to alter the map again to cater to this, after I figure out what needs to go into it, and include it in the "Guide".
As for why I didn't wish to include it, the answer is the Auto-Spawner. I wanted to be fairly limited with the ways of "producing" mobs.
And lastly for why it has to be included, I stated that in my post announcing the update "Map updated to 1.0.1, missing an item that is required for Bee progression." It's require for Nether bees to breed.
Warts: all you need to do to get the warts from IC2 crops is a water source block, some wood for sticks, and some wheat seeds. It is a lot better to start from sugarcane, but you still can get sugrcane from wheat seeds. To find breeding combos, go here. Say what you will about technic, but their wiki is the only place I could find cross-breeding combinations, as they are meant to be somewhat experimental.