By georgitte. bamboo. At Sunday, March 17th 2019, 14:26:04 PM.
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
combination with other materials in order to achieve naturally fresh buildings in areas of high temperatures resistant to strong rainy seasons unable to confront plots and other climate related problems both for community and private initiatives with more than 200,000 homes delivered in the more than 44 years in office or Garda Christo an organization specialized in serial production of emergency housing made of wood and bamboo has transformed the life of thousands of people living in highly vulnerable conditions in recent years a process has begun towards the implementation of permanent housing the bamboo documentation center
ocated near the Kyoto Imperial Palace established in 1741 it continues the beautiful craft of missile making and is a purveyor of miso to the Imperial Palace and many temples and shrines Takeshi Okubo a 14th generation missile artisan miisu are made from locally grown medaka the stalks are split into two millimeter thick strips which are dyed in Morvan fushimi-inari taisha around the exterior of the outer hull hang yellow misoo to ward off evil the bamboo nodes are staggered to pattern the screen the artisans working in pairs so Goldbach aid down the middle and along the edges the hooks and clasps which hold the rolled up my suit and hemp tassels are attached to finish it this will hang before a sacred place bamboo which accents the screen with its characteristic