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Old 6th August 2016, 05:41 AM
Marmitinator Marmitinator is offline
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Default South faceing

You will find that your figures will alter somewhat if the trees are predominantly faceing south.
The growth rings on one side of a tree will be broader where they are facing south , this will increase their polarity creating more pull.
All trees face south at some point of their trunk , so the only sure fire way to check their growth is to cut them down and look at their ring configuration .

When shooting over water cress you will note a downwards pull on your pellet , this will increase with the density of the cress coverage .
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