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Offline rickychen

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How to make a Bamboo Hut
« on: May 21, 2018, 03:03:16 AM »
Bamboo is a type of plants thriving in tropical forests. is one of the fastest growing plants in the world. The physical and chemical properties of its roots and stems means that it is able to transform nutrients into growth-enabling energy sources incredibly effectively. Some species have been known to grow over 30 inches in a single 24-hour period! Such rapid varieties are not particularly useful to the average permaculture gardener, but other species of bamboo may well have a place on the permaculture plot, as they offer a variety of functions.
Although parts of bamboo stems are hollow, they are still very strong. As such, bamboo is used extensively in the manufacture of furniture and flooring, but its ‘construction’ potential also has uses on the permaculture plot. Bamboo clusters will need thinning out intermittently to prevent them becoming too dense (as, for instance, causing problems with the flow of wind) and the harvested stems can be used to make trellises for climbing plants to attach themselves to, and fences. We also can use make hut to protect ourselves from the changeable whether in this tropical forest.
+ collect 6-7 firm bamboo trunks
+ get rid of leave
+ use a bamboo trunks (about 3 meters) to make the main pillar, use stone to make foundation stable
+ divides bamboo into 6 shorter parts (about o.5 meter) to make legs of the beg and soft bamboo trunks which are beaten to make sedge mat
You can mane bamboo table and seats by similar technique

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Re: How to make a Bamboo Hut
« Reply #1 on: May 21, 2018, 05:43:01 AM »
Not much Bamboo in Wa but thanks for sharing.