By georgitte. bamboo. At Tuesday, March 12th 2019, 10:02:42 AM.
only he be honest little isn t it so we re talking about the parent is moso bamboo the soil is clay like and full of minerals Wei de maintains it so it is always moderately moist bamboo forests where edible takenoko bro like soft soil when Athene s the parents talks and spreads straw on the ground to give them proper nourishment he tends the forests year-round to produce delicious takenoko you the tools he uses our traditional Kyoto harvesting implements the talking or call harvested in this area are of prime quality this restaurant established in 1872 will prepare a waiter s fresh taki no coal takenoko the life of spring is used in this sumptuous course which can only be enjoyed at this time of year in Iceland s in the Contini I can load on the table I like it I not on an elephant fasten the chefs are busy every morning preparing the shoots the tips are chopped
the moisture level was one of the issues we faced if the moisture is removed then the mold problem will be solved however the loss of moisture would cause the self to collapse and the bamboo processed as a steering wheel the material could take in moisture and expand so my des came up with the method of filling a special pressure furnace with vapor to restore the bamboo cells to their original shape a characteristic of bamboo cells is that the cell walls have the best moisture absorbency when placed in a special pressure furnace and exposed to vapor the cell walls regain their original shape when the moisture reached 20% the bamboo regained its original thickness once it s taken out the pressure furnace it can be dried again without fear of the cells collapsing because there s no moisture within the cells this is how the takuna succeeded in making a stable material
bamboo supporting poles which are highly required in agriculture or for the selection cutting and processing of gumbo for export this is another community experience that has developed unique processing methods based upon local resources resulting in products with added value it is estimated that the responsible development of a bamboo industry in the region can generate about 10,000 places of employment in the next 10 years in response to the need to find alternatives to timber in the mids of our reality with deforestation and indiscriminate logging the government of the province of pichincha through the Center for learning and technology transfer Samba has developed a scheme of transformation of the material using giant bamboo slats this tactical process achieved impressive results in the form of planks beams boards and more investment in public infrastructure built with bamboo is particularly important and coherent because it directly benefits local producers while adding aesthetic values and identity you bamboo advanced design and construction techniques and the