distance, I can't think of any instance where you would add the space the origin occupies into the equation. In this case the water flows from. Water does not exist as an item, but can be collected by using a The horizontal current in a water block is based on a vector sum of the flows to and . Also represents the distance from a water source or falling water block. Liquids (or fluids) are special types of blocks that can freely flow to form rivers, falls, and lakes. Currently there are two fluids ingame: water and.
Farmland is a block on which seeds and root vegetables can be planted and grown. The blocks between the farmland block and the water make no difference. On a flat surface, water spreads horizontally 7 blocks from a source block. However, if the water can find a way to move. Yeah, that starts to get rather annoying; I can understand the flow stopping after it goes a certain distance if your water is coming from.