By georgitte. bamboo. At Sunday, March 17th 2019, 06:19:35 AM.
also performed before the deities at religious ceremonies Ganga kou instruments are mainly made from bamboo they came from China and the Korean Peninsula around 1500 years ago their designs which use only quality materials were refined over centuries taka masa Yamato he has had of a clan of Gagaku instrument makers he descends from the ampere of Sehwa who reigned in the 9th century Yatta uses skills handed down over generations to work the bamboo so it can produce the sacred music dedicated to the deities Gagaku instruments are made from Susu decay bamboo which has been smoked for over a century in thatched roofs the bamboo is drive through to make it rigid and insect resistant attacking optical cognate na no he becomes girl huh the panpipe like show consists of 17 bamboo pipes of differing lights musicians alternately blow and inhale to make five or six pipe sounds simultaneously the bamboo forests resonate within the sacred tones which reverberate through the air show production
that does not become moldy but moisture control wasn t the only problem it takes a lot of force to bend bamboo and the repulsion force is also very strong I had a hard time coming up with a way to control it with wood you can cut a big piece into the shape of a steering wheel but this doesn t work with bamboo because it s hollow instead you would need to layer some pieces and then bend them to form the shape of a steering wheel however repulsion force exerted in this moment is over 100 kilograms to shut down the repulsion force they turned to heat shaping by heating the bamboo while it is bent the bamboo does not Bend back and retains its shape
market leader in bamboo cultivation expansion is already underway with the establishment of Africa plantation capital in Kenya and the acquisition of prime land for bamboo plantations Africa plantation capital has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Kenya Forestry Research Institute in a move that will advance the interests of both parties in the cultivation of a species that has become vital for the planet bamboo is fast growing with some species capable of shooting up by more than three feet in a single day it is also naturally antibacterial taking away the need for damaging fertilizers and pesticides giving bamboo a huge advantage as material for flooring along with its natural strength and durability this remarkable plant is now being taken seriously as a substitute for cotton and your bamboo plantation fully mature at between five and six years of the age can be turned into one of the softest fabrics on earth rivaling the likes of the finest cotton silk and