computergeek3 wrote:Well the first thing to know is how many needles in a bundle. then if you find the lengths of the needles and together that should seporate them pretty nicely. of course, there are more ways to tell them apart, but I would start with these first!qwertyuioplkjhgfdsa wrote:Thanks! Do you have any tips on identifying pines?
I've got those down. Any other suggestions?[/quote]
once you've established the number of needles, look for little things like twisted vs. not twisted, long vs. short, etc.[/quote]
What do you mean by twisted vs. not twisted?